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Has anyone used the bivariate choropleth map renderer recently?

Question asked by cara.mayo_noaa on Dec 7, 2016
Latest reply on Jan 18, 2017 by abuckley-esristaff

I recently downloaded and started using the bivariate choropleth map renderer (found on this blog) and it doesn't seem to be working properly.  I have categorized each variable into three classes (1,2, and 3) based on breaks I have determined and the results I’m getting are not coming out accurately.  I've attached an example map below. The center map is the bivariate choropleth map with choropleth maps of each variable on the side. There are a lot of small communities that can be hard to see, but one area that is pretty obvious is the bright blue (indicating high commercial engagement and low social vulnerability) along the west side of the bv map when the choropleth map for commercial engagement shows low values. Can you think of a reason this could be happening? Thank you!