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Gis cartography layout design

GIS CARTOGRAPHY
LAYOUT DESIGN
NORTH ARROW
DATE
DATA CITATION
DATA SOURCE
LOGOS
GRAPHS

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Gis cartography layout design

  1. 1. GIS CARTOGRAPHY LAYOUT DESIGN MD. SHAKHAWAT HOSSAIN DEPARTMENT OF GEOGRAPHY AND ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES, UNIVERSITY OF RAJSHAHI ROLL:2010956163 SESSION:2019-20
  2. 2. Your Logo or Name Here Team ZAKIA TABASSUM 2012456131 KANON HOSSAIN 1810856167 2 MD. SHAKHAWAT HOSSAIN 2010956163 MARIA RAHMAN 1912156167 ARNIKA BUSHRA 2012056139 ZANNATUL FERDOUS MUNNY 2012156171 NUSRAT AKTER 2012056123 HAFIZUR RAHMAN 2010656115 MD. SIYAM KABIR 2010956147 MD. OHID ZAMAN 2010656187
  3. 3. Your Logo or Name Here Topics NORTH ARROW & DATE DATA SOURCE DATA CITATIONS LOGOS GRAPHS 3
  4. 4. Your Logo or Name Here NORTH ARROW A north arrow is a graphical representation indicating the direction of north in an Area. NORTH ARROW ⮚ The North arrow is a map symbol that shows the direction of North on the map, it illustrates the orientation of the map to the viewers. ⮚ Nautical charts and other orienteering maps should show both true north and magnetic north. ⮚ Best practices: We should keep the north arrow small, simple, and unobtrusive for most modern layouts. ⮚ Placement: North arrows are best left in a less conspicuous area of the layout. ⮚ Grouping the north arrow with other ancillary map information such as the scale bar and legend is another common practice. ⮚ Style: The trend in mapping design has been going toward simplistic north arrows for some time. ⮚ The context and style of your overall layout will help determine whether you should stick with this trend or branch out to a fancier style. 4
  5. 5. Your Logo or Name Here DATE The Date of the map tells us when the map was made. DATE ⮚ The date referred to here is the date on which the layout was printed. ⮚ Date on most layouts that are intended to be stand-alone prints. ⮚ The date also gives the audience an idea of the map’s vintage for maps that endure. ⮚ Best practices: The date can be preceded by text such as “printed on:” to dispel any confusion over whether the date refers to the data or the day of printing.. ⮚ Placement: The date is considered metadata and therefore should be placed with the other margin elements in an inconspicuous location. 5
  6. 6. Your Logo or Name Here DATA SOURCE The data for map layout can be derived from various sources. DATA SOURCE ⮚ Originating agencies for the data used in the map or maps are reported in the data sources section of the layout. ⮚ Best practices: The data sources element is extremely useful for both the intended audience as well as for the future reference of the layout originator or project successor. ⮚ Style: The style guidelines for the data sources element are similar to all the other metadata text elements. ⮚ Items to consider including about each dataset are: I)Data dates II)Agency names III)Web site IV)A short description of how the data were used V)Potential limitations 6
  7. 7. Your Logo or Name Here DATA CITATIONS In general, citations (i.e., references) give credit to others for their work and ideas and allow readers to track down the original work if they choose. DATA CITATIONS ⮚ Data that are contained on the map may require citations by the source agencies and authors of the data. ⮚ Many times this is stated in a “Creative Commons” licensing agreement. ⮚ The data citation is the originating author’s way of receiving due credit for work that is being made freely available, it is important from an ethical as well as a legal standpoint to include it. ⮚ Best practices: Without acknowledge the source of any data, you would not have been able to complete your work. 7
  8. 8. Your Logo or Name Here LOGOS Logos can be displayed sometimes, if the map is being made for commercial use. LOGOS ⮚ A logo is a graphical way of signifying a company name or brand and is used to enable rapid identification of what it is representing. ⮚ Logos proclaiming authoring or sponsoring agencies are often displayed prominently on presentation maps. ⮚ logos often clash with the colours and style of the map product. To get rid of it we can balance the logo out with some other feature or tuck one black-and-white rectangular-shaped logo at the bottom or corner of the layout. ⮚ Best practices: A logo can sometimes be used to balance out another element of the layout. ⮚ Placement: The best place to put a logo (if it must be on the layout), is in the least obtrusive part of the layout. 8
  9. 9. Your Logo or Name Here GRAPHS A graph can be defined as a pictorial representation or a diagram that represents data or values in an organized manner. GRAPHS ⮚ A graph shows the values of your data in diagram or chart form. ⮚ Graphs can be any of several types such as: 1.Scatterplot 2.Bar graph 3.Pie chart 4.Histogram 5.Bar chart ⮚ Graphs can also provide ancillary data that, although not shown on the map, help to further the viewer’s understanding of the material. ⮚ Best practices: Graphs ought to match the data shown in the map in terms of colour and hue, if they display the same data. ⮚ Placement: Many possibilities exist for graph placement on a layout. 9
  10. 10. Your Logo or Name Here SUMMARY ✔ NORTH ARROW: A north arrow is a graphical representation indicating the direction of north in an Area. ✔ DATE: The Date of the map tells us when the map was made. ✔ DATA SOURCE: The data for map layout can be derived from various sources. ✔ DATA CITATIONS: In general, citations (i.e., references) give credit to others for their work and ideas and allow readers to track down the original work if they choose. ✔ LOGOS: Logos can be displayed sometimes, if the map is being made for commercial use. ✔ GRAPHS: A graph can be defined as a pictorial representation or a diagram that represents data or values in an organized manner. 10
  11. 11. Your Logo or Name Here REFERENCES 11 REFERENCES ❑ N. Peterson, Gretchen, GIS Cartography, A Guide to Effective Map Design, © 2009 by Taylor & Francis Group, LLC ❑ https://en.wikipedia.org/
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