All of the mapped values have the same color. How do I avoid this?
This can happen when the values are extremely small and you have not specified a sufficient
number of decimal points. Go to theDisplay Options window, and change the Decimal Points.
This can also happen when one of the grid cells is an outlier, with either a very low or very
small value. You can go to theDisplay Options window, and change either the Min Value or
theMax Value. Finally, this can happen if you have mapped national data. In this instance, you
should expect all areas to have the same color, since there is only a single national number for
display, such as when mapping national results, or mapping incidence rates that do not vary by
region (e.g., MRAD incidence rate).
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Can I map air quality for individual days?
No. BenMAP only maps annual averages. In the case of hourly metrics, such as the one-hour
daily maximum for ozone, BenMAP will map the average of the metric for the available days.
Can I print maps in BenMAP?
No. BenMAP does not currently allow printing directly from the program. However, you can
export shapefiles, and then read these shapefiles into a program that does support printing, such
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