» draw Distributions Maps (double circles) in ArcGIS 10.1W3f Q&A Site

This map drawn in CorelDraw,it is shows the number of schools and the number of students in each Province (the circle with Vertical lines is the number of students,the circle with Horizontal lines is the number of schools). Interesting – I’ve never seen that kind of symbolisation, particularly for a distribution map – could you click ‘edit’ and add some description about the format and what you are trying to show? This appears to be two separate graduated or proportional symbols applied at the same time, showing only half of each symbol. The only way I can think you *might* be able to do this is using two layers with their own graduated/proportional symbology. You’d have to go deep into the symbol properties and maybe change to two different marker symbols each colored on a different half. And you may or may not be able to get them to line up at the bottom, or for that matter side to side without using an offset in the symbol. Note that style legend (stacked) can only be done manually in Arc. Source.


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