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cartography

map making.

epidemiological cartography
making maps which show epidemiological data about distribution of disease or its causes by land area.
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Dante explores different mappings of Italy in the two texts: we might say that the cartographically "realistic" mapping of Italy that characterizes those chapters of the treatise dedicated to the hunt for the "illustrious vernacular" (De vulgari eloquentia xi-xv) is kaleidoscopically reconfigured in the poem's representation of the pilgrim's travel through the eighth circle.
7) The cartographically defined vision of the nation was thus tied to the commercial interests of the railroads and tourism, and as such was abstracted and delimited according to financial imperatives.
I CAN'T help noting the irony of President Barack Obama having his first Thanksgiving Day meal with the prime minister of the country that Christopher Columbus believed he had reached at the end of his cartographically challenged expedition.
The map that Tiltepec's local investigators and ancianos drew is remarkably detailed and cartographically accurate and reflects the vivid mental maps that community members possess of their everyday surroundings.
GIS are unique because of their emphasis on providing users with a representation of objects in a cartographically accurate spatial system and on supporting analysis and decision-makings (Burrough, and Rechael 1998).
The results are easiest to interpret when presented cartographically.
He sought to evoke the timeless, enduring quality of his beloved heathlands and effected this not only imagistically but also cartographically and intertextually: Egdon's network of pathways therefore intersect with extratextual agri/cultural forms aptly expressing its unboundaried nature.
Despite the book's cartographically focused title, Alessandro Scafi justifiably pursues the theme as a subject of intellectual history first and foremost, with maps forming the background rather than the central apparatus of his treatment.
Its reference is no longer a linear, cartographically distinct border, but rather a space in which regulation is routinely absented.
But if the geographic area of NSW was cartographically mapped and dotted lines used to connect, in all directions, artists and: friendships; institutions; shared interests in specific discourses, texts, and visual enchantments; shared political and ideological concerns; mutual interests in materials and processes--then a web that was different to other webs might emerge.
These fundamental cadastral objects are supplemented with additional supporting features such as ancillary features and cartographically placed annotations.