choropleth


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choropleth

[′klȯr·ə‚pleth]
(mapping)
A map showing the distribution of a phenomenon, usually using various colors; color gradations are correlated to the density per unit area of the phenomenon.
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A common thematic map, and the type used in our research, is a choropleth map.
The analytical results were also visualized through isolines/density buffers and choropleth maps using GIS.
Traditional Versus Sequenced Choropleth Maps: An Experimental Investigation".
There are two basic types of thematic maps that will be discussed within this text, choropleth and isoline.
Cartographers regularly seem to have specified political space in choropleth representations of provinces and states.
This booklet consists of a choropleth map showing the total number of registered automobiles, 33 variations of this map, and descriptions of common map layout and design errors.
Traditionally, choropleth mapping, or district mapping, has been used to display real estate market data for neighborhoods or submarkets.
How to interpret simple maps that are I the choropleth, circle, dot, and isoline formats;
The creation of choropleth maps, the dominant cartographic form in these atlases, raises several methodological questions.
3 (Environmental Systems Research Institute, US) was used to produce choropleth maps of rates.
Choropleth maps which use colour differences to represent numerical quantity pertaining to areas, were created to display district-wise, sex- disaggregated, percentages of both indices by using ArcGIS 10.
The spatial effects of different districts are listed in Table 2 and can be further visualised in the Choropleth map (Figure 1).