6-8 December 2023
To foster international participation, this course will be held online
The best known cartographic representation is certainly the univariate choropleth. The first choropleth, created by Baron Charles Dupin in 1826, represented the schooling rate of boys in each French department. On a choropleth, the entities are colored according to the value of a qualitative variable (such as population density or schooling rate). But there are many other ways to represent data on a map such as dot maps or cartograms. This course presents the preliminary data processing as well as the visualization methods to realize such maps with R and ggplot2.
This course is intended for all persons concerned by the analysis and representation of spatial data (doctoral students, researchers, journalists...). No previous experience is mandatory as the course will detail the whole process of map creation (from data loading, cleaning and processing to map creation) but experience in data processing with R and/or Geographic Information Systems will facilitate the understanding of the concepts covered.
Day 1 - 1.30 -5.30 pm Berlin time
- Univariate choropleth (data loading, cleaning, map creation and customization)
- Multivariate choropleths (bivariate, trivariate)
Day 2 -1.30 -5.30 pm Berlin time
- Cartograms (Dorling cartogram, contiguous cartogram...)
- Dot maps
Day 3 - 1.30 -5.30 pm Berlin
- How to customize the designs discussed previously to
create your own original maps
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