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Variety of features with common use for road maps
Non numerical data
Relational database management system containing geographic info. Contairner
correlated with vector data models that spatiall describe geometries
middle of data set
Advancement in the 1950s
is a way of specifying positions of geodetic (measured) stations using rectangular coordinates
frame of reference for measuring locations on the surface of the Earth
Geodatabase for one user
Azimuthal projection
Small amouts of detail over larger area
A comp-based system for capture, storage and analysis of spatial data
number of data observations divided by the number of classes desired
2 or more coordinates
Conic description
A stat describing how far apart or close tog the data values are
Shape preserved
figures and symbols the decribe numeric value
Grouped or classed data using symbols
Larger amount of detail over smaller area
1/5000
squaring the standard deviation
Distance from origin
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the equipotential surface of the earths gravity field which best fits the global mean sea level
Divided into classes based on where the biggest breaks in the data lie
Not grouped or classed. symbols size correlated to individual value
GIS History. Trackin the movement of troops during war
Querying data between multiple layers
Individual object of a given geometry
Areal relationships maintained
Uses a 3D shape of the earch to develop its coordinates
one coordinate
The origin has shifted
Coordinate system that is dependent on the other
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number that occurs most in data set
data sets that make each interval equal
Distance from north of origin
Conformality projection
The format of what your current project looks like
4 or more coordinates
1/24000
Cylindrical setbacks
1/1000000
Equal area projection
Numeric data grouped together in classes and shaded specific colors
system of georeferencing exact and precise location of a point
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True direction maintained
Straight line distance , shortest distance between two points.
locational data
grooup of features that are related and have the same geometry
Multiuser
wrote a book called design by nature in 1969
planar description
Displayed as equally sized grid cells, block look
Data that links gis to map feature. Ex states, city census tracks
Based on individual features, generally precise
Based on grid distance with use of right angles
Quantitative and Qualitative data
Expressed as a ratio
1/500000000000
Format where GIS design and calculations take place.
68
International plane coord system dev by the US army and divides into 60 zones
Querying data based on a single layer.
Graphed wells and locations where the people were sick to find source
The newer geodatabase format
The starting point of a datum
Sum of all observations divided by the # of classes
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