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Thanks for your feedback. Unfortunately it's not as straightforward as simply Initcapping values returned from a customer's map query. If we take an example from the map of India, if we were to use the location of 'ANDAMAN AND NICOBAR ISLANDS' as an example. If we were to Initcap that value, the result would be 'Andaman And Nicobar Islands', however the value expected by the relevant AnyChart map is actually 'Andaman and Nicobar Islands'. Note the subtle difference in the word 'and'. That difference will result in the data point not be represented on the map, because AnyChart expects the region names to exactly match those associated with their .amap files. So while I appreciate your frustration, the user needs to ensure that the values they use for the maps correctly match the Map Reference Information outlined in the AnyChart online documentation and also in the show/hide region at the bottom of the page for specifying the map query in the Create wizard, mentioned in Chapter 10 of the User's Guide: http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E37097_01/doc/doc.42/e35125/maps.htm#BABGGJHC. If it's more helpful, we can certainly update the documentation to clearly state that users need to ensure their values match the case of those expected by the map itself.