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  • Map Types Choose the most appropriate one based on your message, data, audience and venue
  • Standard
  • Images View slide
  • Choropleth Unique Value View slide
  • Choropleth Graduated Color
  • Graduated Symbol
  • Chart
  • Dot Density
  • 3-D
  • Statistical Analysis Result of a T-test performed to identify areas of significant change in deer harvest.
  • Polygon
  • Line
  • Point Data Discrete vs. Continuous Discrete Continuous
  • Large Scale Small Scale
  • Roads from USGS TIGER files 1:100,000
  • Rabies Vaccine Field Test Mapping
  • Charts . Presents complex tabular information effectively. Provides an immediate impact and takes less effort to understand. . Complements map information. Shows the same information in a different way, or provides additional information about map features.
  • Bar Chart Good for comparing values and showing trends
  • Column Chart Good for comparing values and showing trends
  • Area Chart Good for showing the relative value for each category as well as the total.
  • Cumulative Bar Chart Combines features of both the bar and area charts
  • Pie Charts Shows relationships between the parts and the whole, particularly useful for showing proportions and ratios.
  • Line Charts Emphasizes rate of change. Particularly good for representing trends over a period of time.
  • Scatter Charts Reveals trends or patterns in the data. Can help reveal associations, sometimes cause-and-effect relationships.