Symbolizing points with multiple attributes - pie chart style addendum
This is a followup to my original query.
Thanks for the suggestions. Much appreciated. However the results are still not quite right.
I realize I may not have framed the problem correctly.
So to followup on my original question.
What I am attempting to do is to color code the individual slices of the pie chart using the numeric values found in columns M_Type1, M_Type2, M_Type3.
For example -
1 is green (zinc)
2 is red (copper)
3 is blue (lead)
15 is orange. (gold)
The end result is a 3 colored pie chart with the colors reflecting the numeric values in the 3 columns.
Point_ID M104P013 would have 3 segments - 2 of which are colored green , the 3rd one colored red
Point_ID M104P014 would have 3 segments - 1 colored green, 2 colored red
Point_ID M104P015 would have 3 segments - 1 colored green, 1 colored red, 1 colored blue.
This way when I view the symbol, I can tell that M104P013 contains zinc and copper; M104P014 contains Zinc and copper; M104P015 contains zinc, copper and lead.
Mapping Center Answer:
If I am understanding you correctly, you could either assign the same color to the pie segments when you select all 15 attributes to be shown in the pie chart, or you would have to summarize the values that you want shown in the chart in a new set of attribute fields (e.g., SumZinc, etc.)
If I am still not understanding your question, feel free to send a sketch or a bit of yru data so we can see waht you are up against.
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