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a map that uses graded differences in shading or color or the placing of symbols inside defined areas on the map in order to indicate the average values of some property or quantity in those areas

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Particularly fascinating are its 25 choropleth maps - which, in case like me you've temporarily forgotten, are thematic maps in which areas are shaded according to the measurement of the statistic displayed - in this case the really quite important Registration Proportion (RP).
Choropleth mapping of regional count data of Echinococcus multilocularis among red foxes in Lower Saxony, Germany.
For the first time in Pakistan, this study shows the spatial distribution of under-five population who fell sick or injured during the past weeks prior to the survey in both urban, rural, and combined, district-wise, gender disaggregated choropleth maps.
But CLEAR's major innovation was to add a mapping component to the department's data warehouse, CLEARmap, which made it possible to take crime data from query pages and generate choropleth maps using ESRI's ArcIMS by police beat, district, ward, community area, and census tract.
The LQ for each ZIP was calculated and then mapped in a choropleth (proportionally shaded) map.
Figure 2 presents the choropleth map of the DSR of ED visits for asthma during the entire study period.
Beyond providing analytics, the Resource Center provides additional resources such as how-to guides, modern marketing materials, educational resources and an exclusive choropleth mapping tool which provides visuals of sustainability from the county, regional and state/provincial level.
Using choropleth maps, we analyze the location of content creation through academic articles, collaborative software development activities, and domain registrations.
Evaluation of methods for classifying epidemiological data on choropleth maps in series.
The potential predictor variables (characteristics of the SGAs listed above) and the smoothed incidence rates of lung cancer were categorized based on a Jenks natural breaks classification approach [31]; the categorization of incidence rates was also used in plotting choropleth maps.
Caption: Figure 3: Differences of 10 m wind and wind speed (choropleth map, unit: m [s.sup.-1]) between URBAN and PRE-URBAN test (URBAN minus PRE-URBAN) for daytime (06:00 UTC) and nighttime (18:00 UTC), during 1-2 January 2010.
A choropleth thematic map was used to visualise possible clustering and the states with significant spatial autocorrelations were identified by mapping the P-value of the Local Moran's I statistics.
These five classifications are presented in choropleth maps containing five greyscale colours.