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cartogram

a map showing the distribution of a population by area.
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About Cartogram is a Seattle-based startup specializing in linking businesses with their customers and employees through an easy-to-use, fully customizable indoor maps application.
On the cartogram of a late neonatal mortality are represented regions (Figure 1c):
Speckmann, On rectangular cartograms, Computational Geometry: Theory and Applications, 37 (2007), 175-187.
The new map created uses a gridded population cartogram, with each grid cell sized according to the number of people who live there.
The population-based cartogram constructed by Michael Gastner and colleagues at the University of Michigan (Figure 2) offers a more accurate representation of the vote.
The above cartogram shows time zones from the perspective of an equal-population projection--a gridded population visualisation where each small area is proportional to the population living there The map highlights how these geopolitical considerations have an effect on the impact that time has on people and the functioning of the world Globalisation is far from having resulted in a compression of space and time On the contrary, time defines our contemporary world because it has put a new meaning to the spaces of humanity, or, as Tennessee Williams describes it in The Glass Menagerie: 'Time is the longest distance between two places.
A Contiguous option has been added to the Cartogram Map to present a new and compelling way to display thematic map data.
The cartogram method also is rather popular for spatial representation of agro cultures (for example the area of wheat, in ha, per 100 ha of cultivated soil) or population per unit territory (e.
When interpreting a cartogram, it is important to keep in mind that geographic precision (i.
including a CARTOGRAM, and DATA on a variety of topics for all 50 STATES.
Adapted with permission from Cartogram (the newsletter of the NZ Cartographic Society), 69:4 (Sept.