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Designing Better Maps

Author : Cynthia Brewer
ISBN : 1589484401
Genre : Science
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Designing Better Maps: A Guide for GIS Users, second edition, breaks down the myriad decisions involved in creating maps that communicate effectively. The second edition includes updated material and a new chapter on map publishing.

Designed Maps

Author : Cynthia A. Brewer
ISBN : 9781589481602
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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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.

Visualizing Data Patterns With Micromaps

Author : Daniel B. Carr
ISBN : 1420075748
Genre : Mathematics
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After more than 15 years of development drawing on research in cognitive psychology, statistical graphics, computer science, and cartography, micromap designs are becoming part of mainstream statistical visualizations. Bringing together the research of two leaders in this field, Visualizing Data Patterns with Micromaps presents the many design variations and applications of micromaps, which link statistical information to an organized set of small maps. This full-color book helps readers simultaneously explore the statistical and geographic patterns in their data. After illustrating the three main types of micromaps, the authors summarize the research behind the design of visualization tools that support exploration and communication of spatial data patterns. They then explain how these research findings can be applied to micromap designs in general and detail the specifics involved with linked, conditioned, and comparative micromap designs. To compare and contrast their purposes, limitations, and strengths, the final chapter applies all three of these techniques to the same demographic data for Louisiana before and after Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. Supplementary website Offering numerous ancillary features, the book’s website at provides many boundary files and real data sets that address topics, such species biodiversity and alcoholism. One complete folder of data examples presents cancer statistics, risk factors, and demographic data. The site includes CCmaps, the dynamic implementation of conditioned micromaps written in Java, as well as a link to a generalized micromaps program. It also contains R functions and scripts for linked and comparative micromaps, enabling re-creation of all the corresponding examples in the book.

Komplexit Tsmanagement In Unternehmen

Author : Klaus-Peter Schoeneberg
ISBN : 9783658012847
Genre : Business & Economics
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​Die Vorstellung, Komplexität durch Wissenschaft und konventionelle Planung zu beherrschen, wird zunehmend brüchig und zum Hemmnis für Innovation. Unternehmen können nur dann dauerhaft erfolgreich bleiben, wenn sie Komplexität nicht nur zu bewältigen, sondern auch für sich zu nutzen wissen. Namhafte Autoren aus Wissenschaft und Praxis stellen den aktuellen Stand sowie Zukunftsprognosen für das Komplexitätsmanagement in Projekten und Unternehmen dar und zeigen innovative Ansätze zum Umgang mit Komplexität auf. Die Beiträge befassen sich mit der Theorie und Praxis von Entscheidungen und Selbstorganisation, dem strategischen Umgang mit Komplexität sowie der operativen Umsetzung innerhalb des Projekt- und Unternehmensmanagements. Sie umreißen den Stand der Forschung und entwickeln neue Perspektiven für ein Handeln, das die Integration der Komplexität in Wirtschaft, Wissenschaft und Gesellschaft zum Vorteil des Unternehmens nutzt. Ziel ist es, den Lesern ein tieferes Verständnis der Möglichkeiten und Grenzen des Umgangs mit Komplexität zu geben sowie zukünftige Möglichkeiten und Forschungsfelder aufzudecken und zu diskutieren.

Principles Of Map Design

Author : Judith A. Tyner
ISBN : 9781609180317
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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This authoritative, reader-friendly text presents core principles of good map design that apply regardless of production methods or technical approach. The book addresses the crucial questions that arise at each step of making a map: Who is the audience? What is the purpose of the map? Where and how will it be used? Students get the knowledge needed to make sound decisions about data, typography, color, projections, scale, symbols, and nontraditional mapping and advanced visualization techniques. Pedagogical Features: *Over 200 illustrations (also available at the companion website as PowerPoint slides), including 23 color plates *Suggested readings at the end of each chapter. *Recommended Web resources. *Instructive glossary

Making Maps

Author : John Krygier
ISBN : 9781609181666
Genre : Science
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This volume is a concise guide to creating maps using GIS (a geographic information system). In the simplest terms, GIS is the merging of cartography, statistical analysis and database technology. Featuring over 300 maps and other figures, including instructive examples of both good and poor design choices, the book covers everything from locating and processing data to making decisions about layout, map symbols, color, and type.

Making Maps Third Edition

Author : John Krygier
ISBN : 9781462509980
Genre : Science
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Lauded for its accessibility and beautiful design, this text has given thousands of students and professionals the tools to create effective, compelling maps. Using a wealth of illustrations--with 74 in full color--to elucidate each concisely presented point, the revised and updated third edition continues to emphasize how design choices relate to the reasons for making a map and its intended purpose. All components of map making are covered: titles, labels, legends, visual hierarchy, font selection, how to turn phenomena into visual data, data organization, symbolization, and more. Innovative pedagogical features include a short graphic novella, good design/poor design map examples, end-of-chapter suggestions for further reading, and an annotated map examplar that runs throughout the book. New to This Edition *Expanded coverage of using mobile digital devices to collect data for maps, including discussions of location services and locational privacy. *New and revised topics: how to do sketch maps, how map categories and symbols have changed over time, designing maps on desktop computers and mobile devices, human perception and color, and more. *Separate, expanded chapter on map symbol abstraction. *Additional case studies of compelling phenomena such as children's traffic fatalities based on race, the spread of tropical diseases, and the 2012 presidential election. *Many additional color illustrations.

Springer Handbook Of Geographic Information

Author : Wolfgang Kresse
ISBN : 9783540726807
Genre : Science
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Computer science provides a powerful tool that was virtually unknown three generations ago. Some of the classical fields of knowledge are geodesy (surveying), cartography, and geography. Electronics have revolutionized geodetic methods. Cartography has faced the dominance of the computer that results in simplified cartographic products. All three fields make use of basic components such as the Internet and databases. The Springer Handbook of Geographic Information is organized in three parts, Basics, Geographic Information and Applications. Some parts of the basics belong to the larger field of computer science. However, the reader gets a comprehensive view on geographic information because the topics selected from computer science have a close relation to geographic information. The Springer Handbook of Geographic Information is written for scientists at universities and industry as well as advanced and PhD students.

Encyclopedia Of Geography

Author : Barney Warf
ISBN : 9781452265179
Genre : Science
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To request a free 30-day online trial to this product, visit Simply stated, geography studies the locations of things and the explanations that underlie spatial distributions. Profound forces at work throughout the world have made geographical knowledge increasingly important for understanding numerous human dilemmas and our capacities to address them. With more than 1,200 entries, the Encyclopedia of Geography reflects how the growth of geography has propelled a demand for intermediaries between the abstract language of academia and the ordinary language of everyday life. The six volumes of this encyclopedia encapsulate a diverse array of topics to offer a comprehensive and useful summary of the state of the discipline in the early 21st century. Key Features Gives a concise historical sketch of geography's long, rich, and fascinating history, including human geography, physical geography, and GIS Provides succinct summaries of trends such as globalization, environmental destruction, new geospatial technologies, and cyberspace Decomposes geography into the six broad subject areas: physical geography; human geography; nature and society; methods, models, and GIS; history of geography; and geographer biographies, geographic organizations, and important social movements Provides hundreds of color illustrations and images that lend depth and realism to the text Includes a special map section Key Themes Physical Geography Human Geography Nature and Society Methods, Models, and GIS People, Organizations, and Movements History of Geography This encyclopedia strategically reflects the enormous diversity of the discipline, the multiple meanings of space itself, and the diverse views of geographers. It brings together the diversity of geographical knowledge, making it an invaluable resource for any academic library.

Thinking About Gis

Author : Roger F. Tomlinson
ISBN : 9781589481589
Genre : Science
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Describes how to implement a successful geographic information system.

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