When building a recipe you can aggregate data to combine points that share features into collections. Aggregation will summarise your data points around a variable.
This is especially useful when you have large sets of microdata and need to focus on identifying general trends. Note that aggregation is only possible for some types of analysis.
You could aggregate individual birth rates from England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales to create an aggregated birth rate for the UK.
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