However, by using Google's Eddystone beacons instead of Apple's iBeacon, Cartogram
can provide browser-based indoor location to the end user -- and some valuable data for the venue/retailer -- for Apple devices with a Google Chrome browser.
On the cartogram
of neonatal mortality in general were determined the following groups of regions (Figure 1a):
Raisz, The rectangular statistical cartogram
, Geographical Review, 24 (1934), 292-296.
Other prominent vendors in the market include Cartogram
, Foursquare, IndoorAtlas, Insiteo, Micello, Near (AdNear) , Qualcomm IZat, and Shopkick.
If we look at the distribution of the world's children on a map which is called a cartogram
(Figure 3), maps normally show the geographical size, a cartogram
expands the size of a country based on a thematic variable, in this case the proportion of the world's children.
is a map in which the size of a certain area - a city, say, or a county - is changed according to some specific measure.
Lisbon's blood vessels: a cartogram
and a metaphor.
To create the cartogram
of agro ecological evaluation based on digital terrain model (DTM) there were multitopic grids by methods of spatial interpolation (extrapolation).
In a cartogram
(bottom left), a nation's size expands if its warming contribution is large for its geographic area and contracts if emissions are low per unit area.
, where islands almost invisible in regular scaled maps (Caiman Islands, U.
, which is arranged by region, shows states that are currently expected to vote for the Republican presidential nominee (red), and those that are expected to go for President Obama, a Democrat (blue).
Charts: bar chart, line chart, point chart, radar chart, cartogram