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    ALESSIA CAMELLITI EXERCISE QUESTIONS CHAPTER 6 1. How do the conventional choropleth technique and the unclassed choropleth technique differ? The conventional chorophleth technique groups the data values into classes with an unique areal symbol; in the unclassed choropleth technique each value is symbolized by its own unique areal symbol. 2. When employing the conventional choropleth technique‚ approximately how many classes should you use? In the conventional choropleth technique you

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    for war or general education‚ cartography has developed over time in an astonishing way. While analysing the quote ‘Cartographers have strongly emphasised the visible‚ the tangible‚ the static‚ the physical and the historical values over the invisible‚ intangible‚ dynamic‚ human and futurist aspects of the world’ by Muehrke‚ I began to understand the graphic projections have a long history in creating visual representations. This essay will argue that cartography develops a better understanding

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    Changing Cartograhies

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    Changing Cartographies Introduction According to Silver and Balmori (2003 48) “Cartography‚ a term derived from the word for chart (charte) or drawing‚ has in recent years undergone a radical transformation.” This was identified earlier as Anson (1988 ix) noted “Today the art and science of map making is caught in the throes of a technological revolution which shows no signs of slowing down.” However‚ advancements in mapping have been associated with scientific developments in mainly the computer

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    JUNE 16 2010 SUMMARY In this thesis the concept of performance cartography is researched in the realm of mobile mapping‚ an activity that has become more popular through enhanced technology. Specifically‚ the mobile Page | 4 application Layar is used to understand the changing relationship between the user and maps. Within this context‚ the performative will be investigated in two ways. Firstly‚ performance cartography is related to the act of mental mapmaking‚ where mapping can be understood

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    and very basic and inaccurate maps. In the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries in Europe there was advancement in technology and learning that led to widespread exploration and trade among countries. The introduction of the compass‚ advancements in cartography‚ the printing press‚ and other inventions led to increased trade and exploration throughout Europe. Before the fifteenth century‚ sailors often didn’t venture far from what they knew because maps were extremely inaccurate and weather was unpredictable

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    Early Maps Cartography was used as far back as the time of the Greeks but the first sign of even a single drawing was in the time period of the Cave Men and with that it has developed over the years up until today where Cartography is called Maps which are used of the people of the twenty first (21st) century and maps are essential tools to help define‚ explain and navigate their way around the earth. Maps began as two-dimensional drawings but can also adopt three-dimensional shapes (globes‚ models)

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    Ranges‚ and Starting." Oceanographer Salary | Averages‚ Ranges‚ and Starting. N.p.‚ n.d. Web. 29 Aug. 2013. "Inventions Related to Oceanography." About.com Inventors. N.p.‚ n.d. Web. 29 Aug. 2013 "Field of Study:." Null "Cartography Education Requirements with Career Info." Cartography Education Requirements with Career Info. N.p.‚ n.d. Web. 29 Aug. 2013. "17-1021 Cartographers and Photogrammetrists." U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics‚ n.d. Web. 29 Aug. 2013. "History

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    In geomatics or geospatial science and engineering: Mapping usually refers to map-making and often used instead of cartography. Mapping term is also sometimes used for geospatial data collection or (e.g. LIDAR mapping) but in fact it is not mapping because a map is created through some cartographic works (i.e. determining the scale/level of detail and content of geographic or cartographic database‚ entry criteria and symbol specification for geospatial objects‚ generalization‚ layout design etc

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    Nicholas Howell 03/24/2013 ENGL 1020 Problem Solving Essay It’s a G.I.S. World Cartography: The art‚ study and practice of making maps. Cartography has been used and practiced since the human race has needed to understand and be aware of the environment around them. Mapping has been used for many millennia and is used in many aspects of lives today; whether it is directions from point A to point B‚ or aiding in the interpretation of property lines. Maps are used to make life easier.

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    that high‚ the process of creating one is. This involves traveling‚ researching‚ and working simple and complex math problems. The average hourly income for a cartographer individual is usually around $32.23. This is just in the United States‚ but cartography is famous around the world‚ considering everyone needs a map of where they live. I’ve chosen this career because I feel I could be useful in the creative part of this work. I would bring out my artistic side and make the maps so intriguing

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