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An Evaluation of Color Selections to Accommodate Map Users with Color-Vision Impairments
An experiment shows that maps can be designed to accommodate the approximately 4 percent of the population with red-green color-vision impairments. The experiment used seven pairs of maps with sevenExpand
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High-level expression of functional chemokine receptor CXCR4 on human neural precursor cells.
Neural precursor cells (NPCs) are self-renewing, multipotent progenitors that give rise to neurons, astrocytes and oligodendrocytes in the central nervous system (CNS). Fetal NPCs have attractedExpand
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A Coordinated Approach to Map Communication Improvement
Map communication improvement efforts fall into at least two basic categories: design modification and training of the user. Such efforts may have differential effects, not only on the specific taskExpand
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Map Projections and the Visual Detective: How to Tell if a Map is Equal-Area, Conformal, or Neither
Abstract The ability to see whether a map is equal-area, conformal, or neither is useful for looking intelligently at large-area maps. For example, only if a map is equal-area can reliable judgmentsExpand
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COGNITIVE CARTOGRAPHIC EXPERIMENTATION
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USING fMRI IN CARTOGRAPHIC RESEARCH
In this paper we summarize findings to date from a project that had subjects performing navigational map tasks on a computer and again while they were being scanned in a magnetic resonance imagingExpand
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Multimedia in Geography: Good, Bad, Ugly, or Cool?
Technology has changed drastically in the last few decades and is profoundly affecting the way in which geography is recorded, studied, and communicated. One of the developments affecting theExpand
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NONCONTIGUOUS AREA CARTOGRAMS
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Experience and the Improvement of Cartographic Communication
AbstractBoth reader training and improved map design can be used to increase the communicative effectiveness of maps. Tests with dot densities and circles indicate that either rescaling of symbolsExpand
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THE EFFECTS OF CLASS INTERVAL SYSTEMS ON CHOROPLETH MAP CORRELATION
The correlation between a pair of distributions is often measured with the product-moment correlation coefficient, r. But the choropleth maps of the same distributions may be more alike or less alikeExpand
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