Referencing the two above posts, are showing really superb ways to visualize maps. Top class! I am looking to create something more like the second example however with multiple sites. I haven't come across any examples of this kind so think this would be a first to see something like this.
I have (for examples sake) 46 Doctor Sites spread out over 22 zip codes. Within the same zip codes 2200 members. I want to visualize 10 miles of each doctor site to see how many members are within this coverage area and how many remain outside of this coverage area.
I did a sample of doing a heatmap of members with how many doctor sites are in each zip code, but I want to step it up a notch.
For starters I did a 10 mile coverage area with each of the 46 doctor sites
I want to overlay it with member data to visualize the results.
The fruit of what I'm looking to create would be a combination type of what was posted on Grow your own Filled Maps
but to be able to identify what is actually happening like what was posted on Richard Leeke's Super-Charged ZIP Code Radius-Finder
I have attached some sample data found from online housing data source. Roughly 700 addresses with lat and long. Maybe 20-30 addresses could be used as "doctor site" locations and the rest could be dubbed as "members".
I don't know if anyone is up to a good challenge. I have not found anything of the sort in the tableau community so know it would be a good learning exercise for people looking for similar results.
I am attaching the data samples in a few different formats.
Or if someone know has found a link describing a similar type post of what I am requesting please attach that.
Any and all help would be much appreciated.
All the best!!!!