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Introductie van Micorosoft SQL Server 2016

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145 C H A P T E R 7 | Better reporting Note Labels can be difficult to read on a tree map and cannot be configured to display a different size or color. However, a toggle that displays pop-ups, also known as tooltips, is available for this dashboard element and should be enabled to help viewers better understand the tree map. Maps For data associated with geographical locations, you have other visualization options. This map type does not require you to use spatial data, like you do when creating maps for paginated reports in Report Builder. Instead, your data view must contain a column that uses standard values for geographical locations, such as state names in the United States, or country or region names. You then choose the applicable map in the visual properties for the selected map element, such as USA or World Countries. You can choose from three different types of map visualizations, shown in Figure 7- 24: Gradient heat map This map uses varying hues of the same color to represent data value ranges for the metric associated with the map. The map automatically includes a legend to aid interpretation of the value ranges by color. Range stop heat map This map uses a main value and a comparison value to calculate a delta between the two. You can then configure three value ranges based on the delta's percentage of the target to apply colors to the map based on higher or lower differences between the main and comparison values. Bubble map The bubble map uses relative sizes of bubbles to aid comparison of a specified metric across different geographical locations. You can specify whether the bubbles use the same or different colors, but no metric is associated with color.

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