By: Michael P Peterson
257 pages, B/w photos, illus
This text provides an accessible, detailed introduction to recent advances in computer-aided map-making technology – 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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