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Classifying data

We've seen how we can alter the look of our map by specifying in appropriate symbology for each feature. And we've also seen how we can call attention to important details or attributes about each feature through labeling. There's another way to bring meaning into your map by changing the symbology dynamically based on the specific attributes of a feature. You've probably seen lots of maps that do this, for instance, those red-blue election maps, where states or counties are colored based on the political party that they elected. To see what I mean, let's start by creating what's commonly called a coraplif map, where colors indicate relative values of a feature.

To do this I'm going to double click on the county layer here. That will bring up its properties. And I'll make sure that I'm on the symbology tab. And the symbology we've been working with is the single symbol option. And we can see the representation here. If I click on that, that will bring up the symbo...

Classifying data
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Classifying data provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Adam Wilbert as part of the Up and Running with ArcGIS

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