Computer produced choropleth maps with overlays: An aid in urban and regional analysis
Modern urban and regional analysis demands a
rapid and accurate system of mapping a wide range
of societal information. Conventional cartography
cannot satisfy this demand and the planner and
researcher have turned to the computer. CMAP
is only one of many systems of computer mapping
but it is easily adapted for use with overlays. The
advantage of this system is that once the computer
base map is operational only the overlays need to be
changed to vary the maps. All of the South Carolina
maps presented in this paper were produced on the
same computer base map.
- How to Cite
Lovingood, P. E. (1975). Computer produced choropleth maps with overlays: An aid in urban and regional analysis. The Greek Review of Social Research, 24, 311–319. https://doi.org/10.12681/grsr.436
- 1975: 24 Β'
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