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usage: /fred/bin/fred_make_map [ options ], where options include:
    --api_key <key>: if set, use this api_key to obtain Google maps ["none"]
    --border 0/1: if set, display border around map with lat-lon labels [0]
    --color "color1 color2 ..." : list of colors for datafiles
    --country <name> : plot the named country [usa]
    --datafiles 'file1 files2 ...' [""] (REQUIRED)
    --day day-counters : simulation day [0]
    --date <str> : simulation date [""]
    --display 0/1: if set, display the map [1]
    --google : if set, use a google map as a background image [1]
    --grid <0/1>: if set, show grid. [0]
    --help: print this help message
    --lw <n> : use linewidth n to outline counties [2]
    --max <val> : use the given value as the maximum for color plots [10]
    --ps "point-size1 point-size2 ..." : list of point sizes for datafiles
    --pt "point-type1 point-type2 ..." : list of point types for datafiles
    --shapefile <0/1> : if set, draw the shapefile for each fips code
    --show_names <0/1>: if set, show local place names
    --subtitle <str> : subtitle for each map [" "]
    --term <type> : plot using the specified terminal type [png]
    --title <str> : title for each map ["FRED Simulation"]
    -x <xmin> : min value for x axis
    -X <xmax> : max value for x axis
    -y <ymin> : min value for y axis
    -Y <xmax> : max value for x axis


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