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choropleth map

A map on which areas are colored or shaded according to variables, e.g., where a disease is active and where quiescent.
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The choropleth maps in figures 5-7 show the residuals from the second model specifications and investigate whether regions and specific countries seem to under- or overperform relative to the model expectations.
Basic methods" evaluates cartographic mapping methods as choropleth, areals, iso-lines methods.
The choropleth map in figure 7 illustrates the role of population density by showing the number of high-achieving students per 17-year-old in each county.
The spatial distribution of the component loadings for the four principal components, that had eigenvalues exceeding a value of one, are illustrated at the census tract scale in Figure 2 using choropleth maps.
Can these symbols be used to create a classed quantitative choropleth tactile map that facilitates the recognition and overall understanding of spatial patterns, such as the population distribution of a state?
The study makes use of Centrality Functional Index (CFI) and Rank Mobility Index (RMI) along with spatial visualization techniques using GIS-making use of isolines/density buffers and choropleth maps.
To represent data by area, choropleth maps are often used, in which each area is colored or shaded according to the measurement of the statistical variable being displayed.
For spatial analysis, the obvious option is to present data on maps, with the variable of interest divided into classes or categories, and plotted using colors or hachure within each geographic unit, known as a choropleth map (Marshall, 1991).
The majority of maps used by retail organization show data depicted flora an abstract 2D plan view, such as a choropleth map that is viewed flora directly overhead and represents data values through colour or shading.
Similar to choropleth maps, a dasymetric map utilizes standardized data (i.