Interactive and Animated Cartography
This text provides an introduction to recent advances in computer-aided map-making, the new cartography, in which maps narrate, cartographic symbols move, and displays reveal relevant information when the viewer clicks on them in selected places. It explains timely new ideas, offers experience-tested insights about why maps work, highlights ways of using the computer to communicate information with maps, and shows how to design them.
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Maps Medium and the Mind
The Human Geographic Information System
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