Designed Maps

Author: Cynthia A. Brewer
Publisher: ESRI, Inc.
ISBN: 1589481607
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Presents a variety of well-designed maps to detail techniques and guidelines for creating cartographic effects using ESRI ArcGIS Desktop software.

Making Maps

Author: John Krygier
Publisher: Guilford Press
ISBN: 1609181662
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In cartography, see Borden Dent et al., Cartography: Thematic Map Design (
McGraw- Hill, 2008), with its excellent overview of intellectual and visual
hierarchies on maps. On map design in general as well as the concerns of this
chapter, see Cynthia Brewer, Designing Better Maps: A Guide for GIS Users (
ESRI Press, 2005) and Designed Maps: A Sourcebook for GIS Users (ESRI Press
, 2008). Focused on graphs and PowerPoint but useful for map makers: Stephen
Kosslyn, Graph ...

Small Scale Map Projection Design

Author: Frank Canters
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9780203472095
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Although probably useful for some thematic applications, the discontinuous
character of such a poly-centred projection makes it less suited for general-
purpose world maps. 3.1 IN SEARCH OF THE RIGHT LOOKING WORLD MAP In
1963, A.H. Robinson developed a new map projection especially designed for
general-purpose world maps, in pursuance of a request by the Rand McNally
Company, one of the leading cartographic enterprises in the United States. After
considerable ...

Understanding Maps

Author: J. S. Keates
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317891651
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After the first series of the Ordnance Survey 1:50 000 scale map was published,
there was some criticism of the apparent similarity of the symbols for footpath and
county boundary in some areas. Although a map user with good discrimination
would not have been confused, the rapid response indicated that the users of
such maps do not hesitate to complain if the map language is not clear. It is
comparatively easy to find examples of poor or badly designed maps, which have
not solved ...

Mapping For Censuses And Surveys

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The planning of these maps is not too different from the planning of maps for
publication in reports. Generally they will be larger in scale, show the
configuration of coastline and boundaries in greater detail, use clearly
distinguishable symbolization of lines for the different boundaries, and use
different sizes of letters for names at different area levels. 2.26 Making a
preliminary design. --Before undertaking the actual preparation of any area
identification map, a preliminary drawing ...

Gis Cartography

Author: Gretchen N. Peterson
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1482220679
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A Guide to Effective Map Design, Second Edition Gretchen N. Peterson. color, is
called chromatic contrast. The same thing can happen with grayscale colors, but
it's then called achromatic contrast or lightness contrast. As far as the legend
labels go, try changing the style of the text around a bit to add some interest and
variety. For example, if you are using a graduated symbol to represent numerical
ranges, you could go with a common format such as: “0–10%” or you could try a
slight ...

Digital Knowledge Maps In Education

Author: Dirk Ifenthaler
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1461431786
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Traditionally, maps were drawn by hand (see Fig. 1.2), but the advent of
computers has made the creation of electronic maps possible. Digitally designed
maps can be created by either using online options that can be downloaded from
the Internet or self-contained software that can be installed on desktops or
laptops. Ng and Hanewald (2010) compared manually created concept maps to
digital version and noted the electronic versions' advantage of the non-linear
electronic ...

Picturing America

Author: Stephen J. Hornsby
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 022638604X
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map spreads showing different stages of world history for Clement Wood's The
Outline of Man's Knowledge, published by Grosset and Dunlap in 1930. Amid this
flourish of cartographic creativity, she designed two notable individual pictorial
maps. In collaboration with Alice York, she produced A Child's Map of the Ancient
World (1926), published by the John Day Company of New York (plate 18). The
map depicted the Mediterranean Sea and had borders showing a frieze of
classical ...