Repeating a line at a set distance is a common cartographic requirement. Especially when it comes to creating map sheet marginalia.
As a cartographer who has become a keen skier over the past eight years, the thing that always strikes me every time I go is the amount of maps. I struggle to think of many other pastimes where maps feature so frequently or heavily. There are more types of map, beyond the piste map, than you might originally think.
Using freely available online data about football clubs and combining it with the geographic locations of their stadia from Wikipedia, I have …
On the back of the multitude of news stories, tweets and facebook shares around Israel and Gaza; Russia and Eastern Ukraine; Syria; …
I had to post a link to this. It is horrifyingly grim. (C) Los Angeles Times and The Homicide Report, 2014.
10 beautiful static maps that I’ve come across on the internet in recent months
All next week, from the ESRI International User Conference in San Diego CA, I will be sharing some tips and tutorials to aid map finishing using Adobe Illustrator.
5 DAY ESRI CONFERENCE – 5 DAYS OF ILLY TIPS!
Starting 8am (GMT) Monday 8th July 2013. I hope you’ll find them useful. → July 4, 2013
Another selection of maps that I’ve stumbled upon or have been sent to me over the past few months.
Some aren’t new – just new to me – so maybe to you too! Enjoy.