choropleth map

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Noun1.choropleth map - a map that uses graded differences in shading or color or the placing of symbols inside defined areas on the map in order to indicate the average values of some property or quantity in those areas
map - a diagrammatic representation of the earth's surface (or part of it)
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Unlike voters, though, electoral registration officers never rest, and now they've got a new toy to play with - choropleth maps.
Therefore, we visualized the prevalence of infection in wild canids across southern Ontario by using choropleth maps organized by the administrative boundaries of the 29 southern Ontario PHUs (Figure 1).
choropleth maps were created using ArcGIS 10.4; depicting district-wise, sex disaggregated, residency status disaggregated (urban, rural, and combined) to depict percent of under-five children who were sick/injured in the past two weeks and who were provided health consultations for it.
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.
There are many types of thematic maps, including choropleth maps, cartograms, proportional symbol maps and dot maps, among the most used ones.
ArcGIS version 10.3 (Environmental Systems Research Institute, US) was used to produce choropleth maps of rates.
Using choropleth maps, we analyze the location of content creation through academic articles, collaborative software development activities, and domain registrations.
The potential predictor variables (characteristics of the SGAs listed above) and the smoothed incidence rates of lung cancer were categorized based on a Jenks natural breaks classification approach [31]; the categorization of incidence rates was also used in plotting choropleth maps. ArcGIS version 10.2.2 (Environmental Systems Research Institute, USA) was used to create choropleth maps.
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.
It is designed to provide an easy and powerful way to create choropleth maps that are tightly integrated with your data.
(1) Do choropleth maps linked with parallel coordinates help people understand where the most vulnerable locations are and why these locations are vulnerable?
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.