Cartography and Sub Category Information

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GIS Questions and Answers:
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1 :: What is a cartogram?
1. A map drawn by using CAD/CAM tools
2. A form of map drawn by using Braille for the visually impaired 3. A form of map where objects are drawn using non-Euclidean coordinates 4. A form of map based on photogrametric principles.

A form of map where objects are drawn using non-Euclidean coordinates -------------------------------------------------
2 :: Which of the following is not an example of a class interval system used in choropleth mapping? 1. Extremities
2. Equal interval
3. User-specified
4. Percentiles
5. Quartiles

Extremities
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3 :: What is chart junk?
1. Unreadable maps and graphs
2. Unnecessary detail around maps and diagrams
3. Awful pop music.
4. Incorrect plots generated by GIS.

Unnecessary detail around maps and diagrams
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4 :: What does the abbreviation VRML stand for?
1. Visual Resource Markup Language
2. Virtual Reality Modelling Language
3. Visual Relationship Modelling Language
4. Virtual Reality Markup Language

Virtual Reality Modelling Language
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5 :: What is a linked display?
1. A pilot's head-up cockpit display
2. A mobile GIS consisting of PDA and mobile phone
3. A set of graphs and maps where items are linked in separate displays 4. A set of linked tables displayed in a RDBMS.

A set of graphs and maps where items are linked in separate displays GIS Questions and Answers:
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6 :: Which of the following are examples of non-cartographic output? 1. GPS coordinate plots
2. Charts
3. Tables
4. Dynamically linked graphs
5. Thematic maps

Charts, Tables and Dynamically linked graphs
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7 :: Which of the following are important characteristics of a SDSS? 1. They are easy to use
2. They do not require user intervention
3. They incorporate spatially explicit models
4. They are designed to make full use of available data
5. They are designed to handle exclusively spatial data

They are easy to use.
They incorporate spatially explicit models.
They are designed to make full use of available data
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8 :: GIS output can include graphs and tables?
1. True
2. False

True
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9 :: You should always include as much information as possible in a map? 1. True
2. False

False
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10 :: A thematic map that displays a quantitative attribute using ordinal classes is called a choropleth map? 1. True
2. False

True
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11 :: If data are divided so that an equal number of observations fall into each class this is referred to as an equal interval classification system? 1. True
2. False

False...
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