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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Dot maps, proportional symbol maps, choropleth maps and cartograms are between the most used ones.
The potential predictor variables (characteristics of the SGAs listed above) and the smoothed incidence rates of lung cancer were categorized based on a Jenks natural breaks classification approach [31]; the categorization of incidence rates was also used in plotting choropleth maps. ArcGIS version 10.2.2 (Environmental Systems Research Institute, USA) was used to create choropleth maps.
Indeed, they used the choropleth map linked with the parallel coordinates in order to understand multivariate spatial characteristics.
The design and production of choropleth maps are relatively streamlined because of well-established data-symbolization techniques.
The census tract choropleth map (Figure 5) suffers from having too many small districts and too many districts with either no observations or only one observation.
Choropleth maps for spatial study of bovine tuberculosis (TB) in wildlife, Portugal.
"Legend Designs for Unclassed, Bivariate, Choropleth Maps." Cartography and Geographic Information Science 16 (4): 257-268.
These relationships connected numerical data to the polygons (village) as a source data for the choropleth maps and the bar diagrams.
Choropleth maps best demonstrate the changing prevalence of HIV among recruits from each district.
Particularly fascinating are its 25 choropleth maps - which, in case like me you've temporarily forgotten, are thematic maps in which areas are shaded according to the measurement of the statistic displayed - in this case the really quite important Registration Proportion (RP).
Choropleth maps of A) the unadjusted prevalence and B) the empirical Bayesian-smoothed prevalence of Echinococcus multilocularis tapeworms in coyotes and foxes across 25 southern Ontario public health units, 2015-2017.
choropleth maps were created using ArcGIS 10.4; depicting district-wise, sex disaggregated, residency status disaggregated (urban, rural, and combined) to depict percent of under-five children who were sick/injured in the past two weeks and who were provided health consultations for it.