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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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Caption: Figure 7: First layout of choropleth maps using hexagons
Figure 2 depicts the sociodemographic characteristics of the SGAs in Manitoba using choropleth maps, based on 2006 Canadian Census data.
(1) Do choropleth maps linked with parallel coordinates help people understand where the most vulnerable locations are and why these locations are vulnerable?
In addition to investigating the extent to which our augmented halftone technique could be used to create tactilely distinctive classes on choropleth maps, we investigated the number of different tactile classes the participants could distinguish.
The choropleth maps of two-bedroom rents are visually straightforward.
The book includes twenty pages of colored visualizations such as pie charts, bar charts, line charts, scatterplots, choropleth maps, waffle charts, word clouds, infographics, organization charts, radial charts, and tree charts.
Using choropleth maps, we analyze the location of content creation through academic articles, collaborative software development activities, and domain registrations.
Prior to this, information on the soil was held in reports and choropleth maps. Using this information required access to these records and some soil literacy.
Maps can be choropleth maps (coloring of areas according to values or attributed class) or a combination of point, line and area features and graphics.
The study makes use of Centrality Functional Index (CFI) and Rank Mobility Index (RMI) along with spatial visualization techniques using GIS-making use of isolines/density buffers and choropleth maps. The study explores a high degree of correlation within industrial locations and the agglomeration of urbanization, investments, and disaster risks.
To represent data by area, choropleth maps are often used, in which each area is colored or shaded according to the measurement of the statistical variable being displayed.
The choropleth maps of rates and Local Indicators of Spatial Autocorrelation (LISA) cluster maps by period show a complex pattern (shown in Figure 2).