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    AdminTom (Product Manager, MongoDB) commented  · 

    Thanks for the suggestion Brian. We did want to include US counties, but there are many counties with the same names in different states, so this would require further development to let you map a separate "disambiguating" field (i.e. a state). We would still like to build this at some stage though.

    I have not investigated parishes or boroughs so I'm not sure if they have a similar issue with name clashes. If not (and if you can find a GIS file showing the boundaries and with a suitable licence), we can probably add them fairly easily.

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    AdminTom (Product Manager, MongoDB) commented  · 

    Thanks for the additional info Brian. We're looking into how best to make this work, but the idea is to have a new "dynamic" data source type which could map to something like "mydb.*" or "*.sales". When rendering a chart using a dynamic data source, you'd need to resolve it to a specific collection that matches the pattern, using an experience similar to filtering.

    Would this meet your needs?

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