choropleth map


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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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1 required participants to use the choropleth map display to identify municipalities bordering the Trondheim Fjord and having certain scores on the El to storms.
The design and production of choropleth maps are relatively streamlined because of well-established data-symbolization techniques.
The choropleth maps of two-bedroom rents are visually straightforward.
A choropleth map using the raster cells as enumeration units is the simplest approach to mapping the population data but it conveys a false assumption that population is evenly distributed within each unit.
For example, in a dynamic choropleth map of unemployment changes over time, the consequences of failing to detect a change from the lowest class to the highest class induces a failure to understand the dynamics in the underlying unemployment information.
Values selected within these gaps are used as class breaks in the classification to create a choropleth map (Figure 7).
Choropleth maps of these SOM classes would therefore also be very similar to the bicomponent maps in Figure 7a.
Two new templates for epidemiology applications: Linked micromap plots and conditioned choropleth maps.
The choropleth maps of rates and Local Indicators of Spatial Autocorrelation (LISA) cluster maps by period show a complex pattern (shown in Figure 2).
Similar to choropleth maps, a dasymetric map utilizes standardized data (i.
The creation of choropleth maps, the dominant cartographic form in these atlases, raises several methodological questions.
Representing uncertainty integrated into such maps is challenging compared to maps with more homogeneous objects such as choropleth maps.