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Symbology unique values rounding decimal to whole number

Question asked by bhemmer_usfs on Apr 2, 2018
Latest reply on Apr 13, 2018 by bhemmer_usfs

So I added a table with a column for percent change. When I open the attribute table and look at percent change all looks good and normal. However, when I go to change the symbology anything that has an extra zero in the decimal is automatically rounded to a whole number. When I sort value in either descending or ascending order it treats the values like they're supposed to from the table but display it incorrectly. I hope this makes sense. For example;


.17650 -> .17650

.16241 -> .16241

.041785 -> 4.1785

.031991 -> 3.1991

.00297 -> 2.9698

.000993 -> 9.92643


I did not have it set up to round but it automatically does. I am using Unique Values because I need to show positive change, zero change, and negative change. Since Graduated Colors does not have an option for " = 0 " and only uses ≤ I am forced to have to make unique values.


So I am stumped as to why it is rounding when it is not supposed to. I'm using ArcGIS Pro 2.1.2. I've added a screen shot to help with clarification. Thanks everyone!