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GEOGEXAM3Studyguide - 1) Cadastral Map a) A map indicating...

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1) Cadastral Map a) A map indicating property lines b) 2) Components of Cartography a) Art science and technology of making maps, together with their study as scientific documents and works of art. b) Format and Data Capture i) Digitizing - converting map data from original form to digital format ii) Labeling – giving each map an identification code iii) Vector and Raster Digitizing – (1) vector digitizing recording coordinates of specific points or series of points (2) raster digitizing map is divided into series of cells . iv) Machine Coordinates – coordinates obtained from the digitizing board and are only used to navigate the board, not actual units to scale (can be converted to real units such as longitude or latitude). v) Format and the User (1) Preference of raster or vector image 3) Cartogram – special type of map that uses a different standard of measurement such as time or cost, substituted for distance measurements or in which the area of regions is made proportional to some other measure such as population or income
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This note was uploaded on 02/23/2011 for the course GEOL 170 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at Maryland.

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GEOGEXAM3Studyguide - 1) Cadastral Map a) A map indicating...

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