The Visualisation of Uncertainty for Spatially Referenced Census Data Using Hierarchical Tessellations

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This paper explains why it is vital to account for uncertainty when utilising socioeconomic data in a GIS, focusing on a novel and intuitive method to visually represent the uncertainty. In common with other data, it is not possible to know exactly how far from the truth socioeconomic data are. Therefore, when such data are used in a decision-making… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-9671.2005.00203.x

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@article{Kardos2005TheVO, title={The Visualisation of Uncertainty for Spatially Referenced Census Data Using Hierarchical Tessellations}, author={Julian Kardos and George L. Benwell and Antoni B. Moore}, journal={Trans. GIS}, year={2005}, volume={9}, pages={19-34} }