In your example .jpg, lower right-hand corner, there's a message for you. It's gray and says: '4 Unknown'. Click on it and resolve the issue in the dialog box that opens up. Could be a variety of reasons depending on how your geofields are set up or being used. I believe your data is there, Tableau just can't correctly interpret it for some reason, which is why it's displaying that message. Best, Don
Many thanks for your reply Don,
As stated, in the live dashboard everything is fine. I did fixed
all (unknown) locations before extracting and exporting it.
I should not have to redefine the (unknown ) location after data has been extracted and exported every.
Besides, in an "extracted file, users cannot edit the
The extract file have several places where certain unknowns
are not extracted hit, the question regarding missing data "after" data extraction
The data is not missing. It's in the workbook but Tableau can't resolve it to a specific place. You have to do what you did BEFORE you did the extract once again AFTER the extract.
You absolutely can edit what you need to edit. You're not affecting the underlying data; that remapping happens in the workbook, not in the data source.
Do what Don suggests. It will fix your problem.
Thank you Don for pointing me to the right direction, your
I think what was very confusing is that data populated the
map correct (all locations). The problem
was just exporting the package. So even though it was fine on design workspace,
I changed all the locations using Latitude/Longitudinal coordinates instead of
the actual city/country names (very painful though).
Great...if you could close the thread by marking a response as correct? Best, Don