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Set meaningful break value in divergent color ramp

Question asked by swbelmont on Jun 4, 2019
Latest reply on Dec 4, 2019 by sguilford_ngexplore

In ArcPro, I'm trying to set the mid value of a divergent color ramp to "0". (And I have spent enough time searching the web for a solution...)

This is very easy in ArcMap: Raster layer properties > Symbology tab > Stretched LAbeling button > Number of Intervals = 2 > Set the mid color value to "0".  This offsets the mid value so that the colors on one end of the divergent color ramp represent positive values and the color at the other end of the divergent ramp represent negative colors. 

I don't see a way to either create intervals for the color ramp or to used advanced labeling to set midpoints between the min and max raster values.


How do I force the "white" mid color of a divergent ramp to represent "0" in my range of values from negative to positive?


Thank you~