statistical map

statistical map

[stə′tis·tə·kəl ′map]
(mapping)
A special type of map in which the variation in quantity of a factor such as rainfall, population, or crops in a geographic area is indicated; a dot map is one type.
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The statistical map and bulletin includes accurate and comprehensive data and information about the number of pilgrims according to the ways and dates of arrival.
Commenting on the Kingdom's membership in this global organization, the head of the GAS, Fahad bin Sulaiman Altekhaifi, said it comes in recognition of the Kingdom's active role on the global statistical map. He said the selection of the Kingdom to the organization also reflects the results of the strategic transformation of the statistical sector in the Kingdom to which the leadership renders all support for its role in supporting decisions of national development.
The software is designed to process incoming data from X-ray detector technology and provide a real-time statistical map of the chemical constituents within a sample.
"A Legendary Study of Statistical Map Reading: the Cognitive Effectiveness of Statistical Map Legends." In Cognitive Aspects of Statistical Mapping, edited by L.
The statistical map shows the prominent developments of Abu Dhabi over fifty years.
This statistical map was probably the first map of Virginia to show to the distribution of the slave population, and it is almost certainly one of the first thematic maps made of the state.
On the other hand, "draw[ing] arrows with different lengths on an MDS map" (Lestrade 2010) does not seem to be possible because the distances between points on a MDS map are the result of a statistical calculation, and manipulation of these distances would render the map meaningless (as a statistical map).
Any test of a statistical map must be whether it aids understanding of the underlying data.
and Digital map) as well as one statistical map (Authors map) in addition to our basic genetic map.
This section begins by offering the reader a frequently used engraving of a slave ship, portraits of slave-trade merchants in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, a statistical map of the Atlantic slave trade, and an ironical painting of the French slave ship Marie Seraphique of Nantes, on which white gentlemen and ladies enjoy a picnic while enslaved Africans are examined by other slavers.
Gates created the Gay Index, the first statistical map of where gay people live, based on 1990 U.s.
Fahd Bin Sulaiman Al Tekhaifi, pointed out that this selection comes in recognition of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia's active role in the global statistical map and reflects the results of the strategic transformation of the statistical sector in the Kingdom.
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