you can write SQL to do what you want (below is an excerpt from my How Do I Do That in SQL for ArcGIS Pro:
SELECT * INTO [howdoi.gdb]::newtable
(PROPERTY 'FieldGeomType.Geom' 'area',
ComponentFieldCoordSystem([luse68 Tiles], 'Tile')
FROM CALL TileTraceAreas([luse68], 1, true);
I just created these steps, which might do what you are looking for:
1. convert a very large NLCD image into land use areas:
SELECT * INTO newtable1
(PROPERTY 'FieldGeomType.geom' 'area',
PROPERTY 'FieldCoordSystem.Geom' ComponentFieldCoordSystem([vfcm05_level2 Tiles], 'Tile'))
FROM CALL TileTraceAreasPar([vfcm05_level2], 1, TRUE, ThreadConfig(SystemCpuCount())) ;
CREATE DRAWING [newdrawing1] (
PROPERTY 'Table' '[newtable1]',
PROPERTY 'FieldGeom' 'Geom'
2. Create a separate query component that selects the values I'm interested in:
SELECT * FROM [newtable1]
WHERE value IN (5, 11, 12)
3. Create a drawing from the query (right-click the query -> create drawing).
4. Create a map component with the new drawing from the query component in it.
5. Change the records I'm interested in for the query (i.e. get rid of certain values, or add others). Then, back in the map component, just refresh the map (Ctrl-F5).
So, in your case, the VALUE IN clause could have the list of values you are interested in seeing.