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Introducing Geographic Information Systems with ArcGIS: A Workbook Approach to Learning GIS, 3rd Edition by Michael D. Kennedy

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Using Charts and Graphs
____ 23. Examine another way of comparing values in an area: In Layer Properties > Symbology > Charts, click Pie. Highlight FEMALES and move it to the right pane with the > button. Do the same with MALES. Make the symbol colors distinct: very light for females, very dark for males. Click Apply, then OK. Look at the map. You see a disk for each area that indicates the ratio. If you think the labels now just get in the way, right click Classify This and turn off Label Features.
____ 24. Change the chart type to Bar/Column. Notice that you get a sense of the relative numbers of females to males, and also a sense of the total population of the area.
____ 25. Change the chart type to Stacked and observe.

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