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9:8:2011 - i.e who collected the data when was it collected etc 3 Ways People Die in Tornados • Getting picked up • Getting hit by debris •

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8 September 2011 Maps Descriptive Map – Anyone can understand it Analytical Map – A way to understand patterns in data Practical Map – interactive maps, Disneyland map; something you use Important aspects of a map Date and time, because you can track variation Location of the disaster Subject of the map Metadata – data about the data/map
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Unformatted text preview: i.e. who collected the data, when was it collected, etc. 3 Ways People Die in Tornados • Getting picked up • Getting hit by debris • Building Collapse Usually never gathering pre-data of a natural hazard. Google street view gives you what the area looked like before the hazard. Maps need: Spatial dimension Aerial photography Scale...
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