Europe spatial dashboard - Template

"Cartographers use many methods to create thematic maps, but five techniques are especially noted. ... Choropleth mapping shows statistical data aggregated over predefined regions, such as counties or states, by coloring or shading these regions. ... The proportional symbol technique uses symbols of different sizes to represent data associated with different areas or locations within the map. ... Isarithmic maps, also known as contour maps or isopleth maps depict smooth continuous phenomena such as precipitation or elevation. Each line-bounded area on this type of map represents a region with the same value. ... A dot distribution map might be used to locate each occurrence of a phenomenon, as in Dr. Snow's map where each dot represented one death due to cholera. Where appropriate, a dot may indicate any number of entities, for example, one dot for every 100 voters. ... A dasymetric map is similar to a choropleth map, but one in which the regions are not predefined but chosen so that the distribution of the measured phenomenon within each region is relatively uniform. The boundaries may be much sharper than in an isarithmic map." [Thematic map. Wikipedia] The Europe spatial dashboard template for the ConceptDraw PRO diagramming and vector drawing software is included in the Spatial Dashboard solution from the area "What is a Dashboard" of ConceptDraw Solution Park.
Europe spatial dashboard template
Europe spatial dashboard template, Europe,