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Author: Menno-Jan Kraak,F.J. Ormeling
ISBN13: 978-0273722793
Title: Cartography: Visualization of Spatial Data
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Language: English
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Publisher: Routledge; 3 edition (November 21, 2009)
Pages: 216

Cartography: Visualization of Spatial Data by Menno-Jan Kraak,F.J. Ormeling



249 p. This book explains how geospatial data can be visualized and analysed, and shows the background against which the provision and visualization of geospatial information takes place  . Ormeling F. Cartography: Visualization of Geospatial Data. Файл формата pdf. размером 58,81 МБ.

Visualization of Spatial Data. The book has been thoroughly updated, and is further enhanced through integration of the latest developments in cartography in chapters on atlases and geovisualization.

Spatial Text Visualization Using Automatic Typographic Maps. December 2012 · IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics. We present a method for automatically building typographic maps that merge text and spatial data into a visual representation where text alone forms the graphical features. We further show how to use this approach to visualize spatial data such as traffic density, crime rate, or demographic data. The technique accepts a vector representation of a geographic map and spatializes the textual labels.

Kraak and Ormeling present a through, current discussion of principles and best practies for visualization of spatial data. They explain cartographic theory and provide examples of relevant applications. This is a valuable resource for students new to using GIS for spatial data visualization, as well as for more advanced cartographers interested in furthering their knowledge of principles of dynamic geovisualization design. Sarah Battersby, Department of Geography, University of South Carolina. Kraak and Ormeling are experienced practitioners who go beyond cartographic basics to explain the fundamentals of spatial data serving online, spatial analysis, and animation. This is an excellent text for an upper-level class in geovisualization or multimedia. Margaret W. Pearce, Department of Geography, University of Kansas.

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While providing a solid conceptual foundation in cartographic methodology, the text also introduces the very latest advances that have greatly influenced cartographic techniques.

Menno-Jan Kraak (born 28 March 1958, Vaassen) is a Dutch cartographer and professor of Geovisual Analytics and Cartography at the Faculty of Geoinformation Sciences and Earth Observation at the University of Twente. He is known for his work in cartography and his activities in the International Cartographic Association. Menno-Jan Kraak graduated (MSc) in Cartography from Faculty of Geographical Sciences, Utrecht University in 1981.

Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Cartography: Visualization of Spatial Data. The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work. Menno-Jan Kraak is professor in Geovisualization at ITC, The International Institute of Geo-information Sciences and Earth Observation in Enschede, The Netherlands. Ferjan Ormeling is professor in Cartography at the Faculty of Geographical Sciences at Utrecht University, The Netherlands.

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This revised and updated edition integrates the latest in modern technology with traditional cartographic principles. While providing a solid conceptual foundation in cartographic methodology, the text also introduces the very latest advances that have greatly influenced cartographic techniques. The new edition reflects the increasing importance of cartography as the basis for further geographical study, thetext has been updated throughoutand chapters on the latest developments in cartography have been integrated. There is also a more widespread emphasis on multimedia and the web.