To start, I'm using ArcGIS Desktop 10.6.1, advanced.
I am developing a data driven pages product based on the number of people coming from a particular facility by ZIP code. The data driven component of this process is that there are over 40 facilities I will be doing a map for. I have a feature class containing all the ZIP codes in my state, and a field in the attribute table for each of the facilities I need a map of. Each facility field lists the number of people coming from that particular facility by ZIP code (as rows).
I have a point feature class for each of these facilities, as well as a 30 mile graphic buffer feature class (which looks like a square going 30 miles out from each facility point) that can serve as the data-driven extent. In the point and buffer features' cases, the names of the facilities are the rows, so it is easy enough to set one up to be the index layer, and the other to have a page definition based on facility name.
Is there a way to map the number of people by ZIP code from each facility, so that each data driven page maps a different field, since the field names are also the names of the facilities? Keep in mind, in this feature the rows are the ZIP code names and each fields is a facility which matches the index layer based on a point feature class of each facility.
The first image is what I need help with. The second image shows what the points and their buffers format look like, for comparison.
Is it possible to make data driven maps based on the field names matching the index layer row names?