I often get asked in the comments on a post here or on my Google+ account about the details of my map-making. First of all I should aim anyone interested in my mapping styles and techniques to the appropriate… 839 more words
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If you’re making maps, you will probably need to know something about cartographic projections. Here’s the minimum.
- The globe is round, maps are flat. Each of the hundreds of different methods for converting from round to flat is a… 279 more words
In thinking about nets and sieves and multiplicity, and imagining the kind of menagerie of different ideas that can be built within a blog and interweaving with the web at large by connecting different spheres of knowing, I am reminded of Deleuze & Guattari’s concept of the rhizome, outlined at the opening of their 1980 book… 506 more words
The Gulf by James Hunter-Shortland
This is another map I created around the same time as “Saresaea” and it’s a very similar style. I personally find these early maps of mine a little plain, but I always get great feedback on them because of their readability, a factor that suits maps in published works.
An online tutorial for using ArcGIS Online is available at <http://www.lib.uwaterloo.ca/locations/umd/digital/documents/ArcGISOnline-Guide-FINAL.pdf>.
Completing this tutorial was required to prepare for the final graded assignment in Introduction to GeoWeb technologies, creation of a thematic “story map” in ArcGIS online. 147 more words