TG 2 - Spatial Arrangements Once we have an accurate map of...

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Unformatted text preview: Spatial Arrangements Once we have an accurate map of the Earth, now we have to decide how we are going to: Indicate location Depict information on it that is, how are we going to illustrate spatial arrangements? What kinds of spatial arrangements are there? Next step Spatial Arrangement Density (# per unit area) Change density by adding or removing the dots Spatial Arrangement Density (# per unit area) Distribution (concentration) Change density by adding or removing the dots Change concentration by moving dots together or apart Spatial Arrangement Density (# per unit area) Distribution (concentration) Pattern: Cluster, Line, Bulls Eye, Disjointed, Network and Node Change density by adding or removing the dots Change concentration by moving dots together or apart Spatial Arrangement Density (# per unit area) Distribution (concentration) Pattern: Cluster , Line, Bulls Eye, Disjointed, Network and Node...
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TG 2 - Spatial Arrangements Once we have an accurate map of...

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