Saturday, March 04, 2017
The Notre Dame School has produced a Story Map which examines the techniques that cartographers use to show connections between different locations on maps. Switched On or Switched Off explores how map makers use isochrones, proportional flow lines, isolines and other techniques to show connectivity.
Switched On or Switched Off not only provides explanations of the various ways that cartographers show connections but also includes a comprehensive number of examples of interactive and static maps to illustrate these connectivity techniques. As you progress through Switched On or Switched Off the example maps are embedded within the Story Map. Many of these maps are live which means that you can interact with them in the map panel.
Posted by Keir Clarke at 12:30 PM