I'm attempting to apply the Four Color Theorem to a map of Florida and I'm following an example available among the standard collection of examples located at: ref/GeoGraphics; "Neat Examples" (provided by my Mathematica software). Unfortunately; the following:
doesn't work when I evaluate it using my Mathematica software. I found an alternative way to get around this difficulty and I can apply the four color theorem to subareas of the map of Florida but, the same code that I use for the subareas will not work for the whole state. I have built the attached Mathematica notebook explaining my problem in detail. Thank you for your help!
I am going to assume that in your solution you want a nested list of string values that represent the Counties with which you are interested. In that case, you will need to apply the EntityValue function to a valid Entity Data Types. However, you will first need to obtain an Entity Class from your strings that represent the Entity Types you seek.
xx = EntityValue[
EntityValue[#, "Name"] & /@ xx
@Joel Gilly Thank you for responding to my query. I have no trouble getting the list of counties as you described. The trouble occurs when attempting to color the counties as described in another Mathematica notebook located at:
http://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/1097057 Thank you for your help!
Did you already try this?
Find a Four-Coloring of a Map of Europe
@Aeyoss Antelope: Yes Aeyoss; that is indeed the example that I'm emulating; with counties in Florida instead of countries in Europe. Thank you.