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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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Caption: Figure 7: First layout of choropleth maps using hexagons
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.
With more granular information, choropleth maps help end users visualize how high risk populations are distributed geographically and facilitate planning where cancer prevention and screening infrastructure can be optimally developed [36,37].
Typically, knowledge construction is facilitated by allowing the users to visualize multivariate data in many different ways that are dynamically linked, for example, maps linked with scatterplots, scatterplots linked with PCPs, or choropleth maps linked with PCPs.
We applied the same assumptions in our study to the design of class symbology on a tactile choropleth map. Thus, tactile fill symbols for choropleth maps may need to be created with maximum differences among them and with nonlinear steps between the number of dots included to make up each fill pattern.
The analytical results were also visualized through isolines/density buffers and choropleth maps using GIS.
The LISA cluster maps of age-adjusted mortality rates for all causes at the beginning and end of the study period recapitulate the pattern observed in the choropleth maps, but reduce the complexity so that statistically significant clusters can be more easily distinguished.
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.
The choropleth maps of two-bedroom rents are visually straightforward.
The creation of choropleth maps, the dominant cartographic form in these atlases, raises several methodological questions.
We created choropleth maps, which use differences in shading, coloring, or placing of symbols within predefined areas to indicate average values of a property or quantity in those areas, of regions with bovine TB and performed spatial interpolation by using QGIS version 2.6.1 Brighton software (https://www.qgis.org/en/site/getinvolved/governance/governance.html).
Using ArcGIS 10.5, and GeoDa 1.8, GIS software, statistical analysis and choropleth maps - using colour differences to denote numerical quantity of areas - were created to visualize district-wise pattern and distribution of percent change in CYP 2015-16as compared to 2014-15.