Here's the simplest methods I can think of:
To create separate shapes for M & F, drag Sexe onto the Shape Shelf, then click on the Sexe Legend that appears to change the icons.
To have the shapes not overlap, create a new calc (I called it Revised Longitude) with the following formula:
IF [Sexe] = "M" THEN [Longitude]+.4 ELSE [Longitude] END
Use the AVG(Revised Longitude) in place of your original Longitude on Columns and you'll get this:
Thank you very much Jonathan.
Does it work also in Tableau Public because I don't see how to make new shape.
By the way I have another query a little bit différent. Maybe you can help me. Somebodu already answer but it's not exactly what I want.
See my message:
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You don't need to make a new shape: In the Shape legend (which is named by the pill on the Shape Shelf), you can click on the triangle on the right to bring up the drop-down menu, and choose Edit Shape... Choose the Gender palette from the Select Shape Palette combo box and you can set the shapes for F and M.
Here's the view on Tableau Public:
It works perfectly Jonathan.Thank you.
I just put a bigger difference in the revised Latitude because the big icones in Paris overlaped.
I will send you the result as soon as I will have finished my complete Viz if you want to see the result.