What Is a Thematic Map?


A thematic map is a map, much like all of the maps you would see, except that it is unique in what it shows. It will have a main theme, such as weather conditions, or even hotel coverage. Whatever the theme, you can look at the map and get a detailed idea of what each area has in reference to the theme. You can find more information here: http://www.mapsofworld.com/thematic-maps/
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Thematic mapping is a tool that is used in cartography and geography to identify the geographic layers of land masses, and demographic information.
maps with lines to show what the stataes are
I would recommend the 'Story telling with Maps' ( http://storymaps.esri.com/home/ ) as an example of interesting use of maps and themes. Embed Quote
Maps pertaining to one particular theme or subject are thematic maps. Like maps showing
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A thematic map is a type of map that shows a specific theme of data about a particular area. For example, population density or amount of rainfall are types of themes.
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