6 Replies Latest reply on Nov 10, 2012 4:07 AM by Michael Kayton

    Map points inexplicably cluster in Antarctica. Please help.

    Michael Kayton

      Now, that I've got your attention with my sensational headline, here's the issue:

       

      I'm trying to put some points on a US map. Unfortunately, even when I try to map the simplest example, three columns of data (id, lat, long), my data point end up not at all where their lat,long coordinate should be. They consistently show up at the bottom of the map, clustered together one on top of the other.

       

      More elaborate examples with dual axis, multiple markers, and geocoding fail similarly.

       

      Any thoughts are hugely appreciated... I think I'm missing some fundamental concept here...

       

      I've attached the bare bones super simple example.