If so, see the attached workbook for the solution. I was able to achieve this using dual axis. One axis for the Region on Color, other for Distributor on Shape.
Selecting the Border option to none on the color pill will remove the Zip code borders.
To remove marks for the zip codes with no distributors, I chose to hide null distributors.
let me know if you have any questions.
Distribution - Copy.twbx 4.6 MB
Exactly what I was looking for! You helped me with the two biggest pieces I missed. I didn't change the latitude pill to dual axis once duplicating. Then hiding the null values was key - i was filtering them out. Great tips! Thanks again
HI Sushmitha - follow-on question... I was successful in removing the zip code borders - how do i get (or can I) the state borders to show now that I have indicated no border in the color marks card? Thanks - dru
This all worked great and I really appreciate the assistance. I am looking for one additional component and can’t seem to get it.
I would like the state borders to remain. I thought there was a way where I could bring them to the front and lay over the colors but I can’t find anything like that.
Any suggestions given that I removed the border option from the color marks card so that the zip code borders wouldn’t show?