Now that you've had a taste of how to create, change, and operate on geometry, it's time to discuss how we make the geometry appear on the map or scene. Symbology is part of cartography, which is both an art and science. ArcGIS Runtime has the ability to symbolize all of the geometries we have just discussed using cartographic principles, because it is essentially a GIS. With ArcGIS Runtime, you can make the map appear in such a manner that is visually pleasing, while at the same time scientifically correct.
After the geometry is created and validated, you will need to consider the following visual variables for quantitative data:
Color (hue, lightness, and saturation). For qualitative data, it's ...