I have a series of buttons, like tabs or excel spreadsheets. 
When clicked, they show a specific kind of component.

This is a snippet of the parent component:

<p-selectButton
        [options]="metrics"
        [(ngModel)]="selectedMetric"
        (onChange)="onChange($event)"
></p-selectButton>

<div *ngIf="selectedMetric ==='Unit Summary'">
    Selected {{selectedMetric}}
    <unit-summary-metric></unit-summary-metric>
</div>

<div *ngIf="selectedMetric ==='Individuals'">
    Selected {{selectedMetric}}
    <individuals-metric></individuals-metric>
</div>


So the user clicks on a specific button and the correct component is shown.


This could have been using routes also. 


What is the advantage and having used routes?

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