Map Types Choose the most appropriate one based on your message, data, audience and venue
Standard
Images
Choropleth Unique Value
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 underst...
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 relations...
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Gis Mapping Examples

  1. 1. Map Types Choose the most appropriate one based on your message, data, audience and venue
  2. 2. Standard
  3. 3. Images
  4. 4. Choropleth Unique Value
  5. 5. Choropleth Graduated Color
  6. 6. Graduated Symbol
  7. 7. Chart
  8. 8. Dot Density
  9. 9. 3-D
  10. 10. Statistical Analysis Result of a T-test performed to identify areas of significant change in deer harvest.
  11. 11. Polygon
  12. 12. Line
  13. 13. Point Data Discrete vs. Continuous Discrete Continuous
  14. 14. Large Scale Small Scale
  15. 15. Roads from USGS TIGER files 1:100,000
  16. 16. Rabies Vaccine Field Test Mapping
  17. 17. 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.
  18. 18. Bar Chart Good for comparing values and showing trends
  19. 19. Column Chart Good for comparing values and showing trends
  20. 20. Area Chart Good for showing the relative value for each category as well as the total.
  21. 21. Cumulative Bar Chart Combines features of both the bar and area charts
  22. 22. Pie Charts Shows relationships between the parts and the whole, particularly useful for showing proportions and ratios.
  23. 23. Line Charts Emphasizes rate of change. Particularly good for representing trends over a period of time.
  24. 24. Scatter Charts Reveals trends or patterns in the data. Can help reveal associations, sometimes cause-and-effect relationships.
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