This may be an easy one but I am not a statistician so it's something I'd like an answer to.
I have a polygon feature class loaded in ArcGIS Pro that contains a field with values ranging from 1 to around 1200. I am attempting to use graduated color symbology to display the relative difference in values based on that field.
However, no matter what way I symbolize it (Quantile is what I'm after, but have tried others), it will not pick up 1200 as the max value. It lists 661 as the max value for the field, and then refuses to render values above that.
I have around 163,000 rows in the FC. Of that, approximately 200 rows fall above 661.
How do I get ArcGIS Pro to make the maximum value for graduated colors, the actual maximum value of the field?
UPDATE: I tried a few more things:
Creating a completely new feature class and loading it from scratch into ArcGIS Pro. Didn't matter, still cut off at 661 when doing any graduated symbology.
Loaded the same data into QGIS (3.4). Upon setting it to graduated
symbology, it picked up the min/max values without issue and used
them properly for each of the preset classification schemes.
So it seems that Pro is doing some sort of automatic range boundary setting for large datasets; perhaps in an attempt to be "helpful."