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map points not displaying correctly

I need some help with my lat/long data. It is being squished to the south as you can see in the map. Data should go into Alaska and when I just display Alaska, it does it display, but still squashed. Perhaps it's a coordinate system issue? [75951-map-problems.pdf][1] [1]: /answers/storage/attachments/75951-map-problems.pdf

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From the screen shot you are using the ESRI map, not a Microsoft Map. I recommend going to Esri product support for their map. See https://www.bing.com/search?q=Esri+powerbi

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I've seen this issue before. This is a limitation in default map visual in Power BI which is limited to 3,500 rows of data. Your data is likely sorted by latitude and this causes the effect you are seeing where it appears like a line of cutting off your data.

Consider trying out the new Azure Maps visual for Power BI that is in preview. It supports 30,000 rows of data: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/azure-maps/power-bi-visual-getting-started

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