Cartography

GIS Fundamentals: Projections and Map Design

GIS Fundamentals: Projections and Map Design

This course is the second in the “Geographic Information Systems Fundamentals” series, designed for beginners interested in learning more about GIS or students and professionals looking for a refresher. The course will continue with core concepts of GIS covered in the first course of the series. We’ll use Esri’s ArcGIS software to make a basic basemap of a neighborhood in ...

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Maps and Represenation

Maps and Represenation

A video lecture designed for teaching at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). it take a tour over the Maps and Represenation

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Use of cartographical Open Data in the context of the project SITAN

Use of cartographical Open Data in the context of the project SITAN

Abstract: The aim of this paper is to take stock of the availability, integration and use of cartographic Open Data within the research project of the Department of Architecture, Design and Urbanism (DADU) of the University of Sassari named “Creation and activation of the Sardinian node of the national network for the collective construction of the Web GIS of the ...

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Touching Up Your Map Elements in Illustrator

Touching Up Your Map Elements in Illustrator

This creepily quiet and subdued demo, shows how you can quickly take a map exported from ArcMap and create stylized neatlines, titles, and legend spaces that will give your map a more organic and well balanced look. It is bare bones, this demo, but the idea is to give you some ideas about what is possible. It also conclude that ...

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Illustrated maps by illustrator

Illustrated maps by illustrator

Rabinky Art, LLC is specializing in illustrated maps and urban landscapes, bird’s-eye-view Illustrations and architectural renderings in traditional and digital techniques.

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