Before I can ask my question I will provide some background. I am looking to map the number of medical doctors, primary doctors, otolaryngologists, and radiation oncologists for each county across the US. I split the large database I have into each of those categories. When I added the layers, several counties in CO and various ones on the east coast did not show up. I am unsure how they are missing as they are clearly included in the .csv file I used to add the layers. The missing counties are also in the layer table but not visible on the map. How can I get the 30ish missing counties to display with the other 3200??
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Yes, I eventually joined features with counties and the 30 missing counties still fail to show up. Today I mapped one of the missing counties (mineral county, CO) and it displayed in mineral County Nevada when using the name as the location key. I tried to use Fips codes again but I am not sure which item to chose from the drop down when I am importing the layer.
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