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kanika
06-18-2013, 09:58 AM
Hello,

I am very new to map point so what I am trying to do might be super simple. With that disclaimer out here is what i a trying to do.

I have custom territories for my company which are color coded based on the growth rates of these regions. Now i need to comare a region with all the adjacent regions and see if the growth rates dffer by more than 5%.
If they do ( and only if they do) I want to plot our customers in these regions.

So to sum it up I want to be able to compare values of each district with its neighbours and based on the result of these comparison I want to be able to selectively plot data from a huge list of data.

Can anyone help/ give suggestions

Thanks
Kanika

Eric Frost
06-19-2013, 09:03 AM
Kanika,

Welcome to the forums! I hope we can help.

It's not rocket science but would require some mucking around with the data in Excel.

How many territories are there? I think the first step would be to determine all the ones that are adjacent and put that together in a list.

Eric

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