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In very broad terms, a map is a depiction of the relationship between things such as people, places, objects, ideas, processes and so on.
- Base map.
- Choropleth map.
- Composite map.
- Contemporary Cartography exhibition.
- Digital mapping and cartography.
- DIgital mapping.
- Geographic information systems.
- Ground mapping.
- Isovist mapping.
- Site mapping or feature mapping.
- Stakeholder maps.
NB The Geospatial Glossary, published by the Geospatial Commission, and accessed on 17 September 2022, defines a map as: ‘A two-dimensional visual portrayal of geospatial data. A map is not the data itself.’
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