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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 maps of A) the unadjusted prevalence and B) the empirical Bayesian-smoothed prevalence of Echinococcus multilocularis tapeworms in coyotes and foxes across 25 southern Ontario public health units, 2015-2017.
Dot maps, proportional symbol maps, choropleth maps and cartograms are between the most used ones.
Figure 1 depicts the choropleth map of age-sex-standardized CRC incidence rates (adjusted for all the factors in the saturated model), which ranged from 10.6 to 1026 (per 100 000) in 1985 to 2012.
We can look at how the more prominent role of Europe and high-income countries compares with the rest of the world in more detail in the choropleth maps shown in figures 2-4.
Figure 2 depicts the sociodemographic characteristics of the SGAs in Manitoba using choropleth maps, based on 2006 Canadian Census data.
In this context, we also reflect on whether choropleth maps linked with PCPs work.
The performance of spatial interpolation methods and choropleth maps to estimate properties at points: a soil survey case study, Environmetrics 7: 1-16.
The design and production of choropleth maps are relatively streamlined because of well-established data-symbolization techniques.
The study makes use of Centrality Functional Index (CFI) and Rank Mobility Index (RMI) along with spatial visualization techniques using GIS-making use of isolines/density buffers and choropleth maps. The study explores a high degree of correlation within industrial locations and the agglomeration of urbanization, investments, and disaster risks.
To represent data by area, choropleth maps are often used, in which each area is colored or shaded according to the measurement of the statistical variable being displayed.
The choropleth maps of rates and Local Indicators of Spatial Autocorrelation (LISA) cluster maps by period show a complex pattern (shown in Figure 2).
"Traditional Versus Sequenced Choropleth Maps: An Experimental Investigation".
Similar to choropleth maps, a dasymetric map utilizes standardized data (i.e.
Choropleth maps illustrate information about an attribute's value by applying the use of colors to polygons, lines, or points.