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You don't need a time series per se to do 'animation'; you just need a series of some sort. Post a packaged workbook and I'm sure someone will play around with it.
Hey Shawn. I get what you're saying. I can't imagine any other series being meaningful in this scenario.
It's a period of 15 months. The measure is registrations. The dimension is area (postcode). My idea was to see a heatmap of cumulative registrations over time. So as a postcode gained more registrations, it became a darker colour.
It feels like it should be possible Se how we go..
How would it be done with polygon data? My .csv file of points is over 1 million rows so would it need to be repeated for each postcode and month? That would be like 1bn rows or something haha.
Any further insights Ville?
Every polygon has own id so you can blend your secondary data with those ids. Just put measure value into color shelf and time into pages shelf. Although it might not be wise to visualize hole country in postcode level at the same time.