Any help would be much appreciated for the following problem:
Based on grouping postcode sectors together I have created 30 sales areas in the country. These sales areas have been made visible on the map using normal thematic mapping (separate colour for each area to make them easy to differentiate). For each sales area I want to show the following attributes in the centre of that sales area:
- Product Market Share - an absolute value
- Sales Volume - a graphical representation (e.g. size of circle)
- Target Area - Yes or No
- Main Competitor - Choice of 3
- Contract Renewal Date - Choice of 3 (less than 12 months, 12-24 months and more than 24 months)
Does anyone know if this is possible?
My thinking so far, although untested is:
If I can create a point in the centre of each sales area (not sure how to do this though!?), I could use dispersed groups as the font for this point, with 3 squares which are colour co-ordinated to show attributes 3, 4 and 5 above. If I can create another point next to the first one, I could create a pie chart showing the market share, where the size of the pie chart indicates the volume of sales. This would cover off attributes 1 and 2 above.
Many thanks for any help that can be given!
All the best