We need to be able to plot thousands of buildings within a given area. What's the point of this functionality if it's limited.
I need to plot 100k+ plot points. What's the status on this?
can we get a status review?
We have tried to move a Carto map to PBI and we had to explain our customer that the quality of the report will decrease, because even though the data has points on all towns PBI cannot display them.
Any other workaround, apart from filtering the data to <3500 points?
I think enough people have burned by finding this out via the end user saying there are missing data points.
Overall...I'm disappointed with how long PBI team is taking to address this.
I'll be exploring alternative options while this feature gap is addressed.
I really can't believe this hasn't been done already. It's really hard to use Power BI for all of our BI when I can't handle mapping data points. I'm only trying to show 15,000 data points on the map and I've hit the max. Now I have users asking for the data so they can map in a custom google map.
This would be a great update to include more locations on a map
Any solution or workaround to have acceptable performance would be nice. Such as clustering data points when in zoom-out mode and unclustering them when you zoom-in.
I need the ability to either map data points into the 100's of thousands across the US or the ability to layer the map and search within a multipolygon area. If I could break it down into a smaller geographic section (State -> County -> Census Tract -> Census Block) and combine those layers with a layer of the data points, perhaps I could get it down to 2500 without having to create a report per Census Block.
This is important feature for us to go ahead.
This is an embarrassingly low number of points to display, renders Power BI almost unusable for point data when compared to others.