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Table Of Contents

1.1The map as an interface
1.2Geospatial data
1.4Geospatial analysis operations
The spatial data infrastructure and maps 17
1.5The spatial data infrastructure and maps
Further reading
2.1The need to know acquisition methods
CHAPTER 2 Data acquisition
2.2Vector file characteristics
2.3Raster file characteristics
2.4Deriving data from existing maps
2.5Working with digital data
2.6Control and accuracy
3.1Maps are unique
CHAPTER 3 Map characteristics
3.2Definitions of cartography
3.3The cartographic communication process
3.4Map functions and map types
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4.1Maps and the nature of GIS applications
4.2Cadastre and utilities: use of large-scale maps
CHAPTER 4 GIS applications: which map to use?
4.3Geospatial analysis in geography: use of small-scale maps
4.4Geospatial, thematic and temporal comparisons
5.1Introduction
CHAPTER 5 Map design and production
5.3Graphic variables
5.4Conceptual and design aspects of text on the map
Requirements for the cartographic component of GIS packages 71
5.5Requirements for the cartographic component of GIS packages
74 Map design and production
5.6Map design and production
5.7Web map design
5.8Web maps and multimedia
6.1Georeferencing
CHAPTER 6 Topography
6.2Map projections
6.3Geometric transformations
6.4Generalization
6.5Relief
Topographic data: mapping and charting organizations 111
6.6Topographic data: mapping and charting organizations
6.7Geographical names
7.1Statistical surveys
CHAPTER 7 Statistical mapping
7.2Data analysis
7.3Data classification
7.4Cartographical data analysis
7.5Mapping methods
8.1Introduction
CHAPTER 8 Mapping time
8.2Mapping change
8.3Animation
8.4Dynamic variables
9.1Introduction
CHAPTER 9 Maps at work: presenting and using geospatial data in maps and atlases
9.2Paper atlases
9.3Electronic atlases
9.4Maps at work: map use functions
Working with (web-based) electronic atlases 167
9.5Working with (web-based) electronic atlases
10.1Introduction
CHAPTER 10 Maps at work: analysis and geovisualization
10.2Geovisual analytics
Further reading 175
11.1Again: why maps?
11.2Management and documentation of spatial information
CHAPTER 11 Cartography at work: maps as decision tools
Outdated data: at work with the Digital Chart of the World 177
11.3Outdated data: at work with the Digital Chart of the World
11.4Accessibility: cartography, GIS and geospatial information policy
11.5Copyright and liability
11.6Map use and usability
11.7Maps and Geographical Information Science revisited
REFERENCES
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Cartography Visualization of Geospatial Data 3rd Edition

Cartography Visualization of Geospatial Data 3rd Edition

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