If you're truly using a map and not an image, what's the difference in the 2 maps beyond showing more or less data. Style of the map? If so, why does that need to be different?
As i said in the original post, there is two "styles" of map.
first Map shows where our facilities are, which is styled within the map.
second map shows where our competitors (couple hundreds of them) are, along with where our facilities.
If we always show the second map, it would be cluttered as ****, and only certain analysis needs the competitors, where else some analysis only require to look at where our facilities are.
Hopefully that answers your question.
It sounds like you want to change the data that's displayed rather than the map - just a simple toggle for Show Competitors ? Yes/No
If you really need 2 maps, just do some sheet swapping to swap between the two.
Do you have some dummy data or workbook to share ?
Hey everyone, the map itself is not a shapefile. My shapefile is ZCTA, and my data points are other stuff. I just need different styles of map.
I found the answers here -Use Parameters to Add Multiple Views to Your Viz | Tableau Software
But thanks for the help.