Here is a thought process for everyone:
- Microsoft makes BOTH Power BI and SQL Server
- SQL Server's SQL can write geometries out as GeoJSON, but not TOPOJSON
- Power BI can read TOPOJSON, but not GeoJSON
- In Microsoft's documentation, they tell you to go to a site to convert GIS data to TOPOJSON, but have no mention of GeoJSON
So, what's wrong with this picture? Do these guys talk to one another? How incredibly powerful Microsoft Power BI would be if they could consume GeoJSON (like just about everyone else).
This leads me to two questions: is it of any value to have the ability to return a geometry as a TOPOJSON in Manifold 9?