In order to for Tableau to draw multiple marks on the view, a dimension that separates out the values of the other items must be uses. In this case it looks like either Scb ID or Scb Scd ID can be used. Simply drag them to the Detail shelf on the marks card.
Thank you for your suggestion Nicholas. I have tried this however and can not get it to work. The address in particular that I'm having trouble with is the 1827 N. Sq. one. There are five records with this address, and I would like to create five separate points on the map as the are all different "types" in the data, however I can not figure out how to make tableau do this.
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I recommend downloading and viewing Alan Eldridge's Jitter plot workbook that is contained in the forum post you linked to.
The gist of the solution is to remember to do 3 things:
1. Calculate all the Table Calculations by Cell (Right-click on the fields with the Delta symbol on the right-side of the pill, select Compute Using>Cell)
2. Build the view as in the screenshot.
3. Disaggregate marks (Analysis>Aggregate Measures)
Hope this helps!
Nicholas that screenshot helped a ton. Thank you! I had played with the Eldridge workbook before but with your screenshot I was able to figure out what I was doing wrong. Thanks again!