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QGIS map design
Graser, Anita, author
Chugiak, AK : Locate Press, [2016]
[Part] 1. Layer styling -- 1. Graduated symbol sizes -- 2. Shapeburst fills for water features and more -- 3. Mapping economies using GDP choropleths or scaled symbols -- 4. Mapping economy and income using bivariate choropleths -- 5. Customizing SVG files for color control -- 6. Highlighting areas with inverted polygons -- 7. Color blending -- 8. Working with scale -- 9. Building blocks for topographic maps: hypsometric tinting, hillshade, & contour lines -- 10. Styling OSM roads like Google Maps -- 11. Mapping election results by votes cast -- 12. Visualizing global connections -- 13. Illuminated contours Tanaka-style -- [Part] 2. Labeling -- 1. Restricted labeling using expressions -- 2. Text buffering and label placement options -- 3. Typecase and letter spacing for label hierarchies -- 4. Labels for curvy lines -- 5. Controlling labels using rules, priority and feature size limits -- 6. Multi-attribute labels and spatial filters -- 7. Placing labels by hand for small area features -- 8. Datadefined labeling for road maps -- 9. Mapping the seas with curved area labels -- [Part] 3. Print map design -- 1. Learning layout basics with Seattle coffee map -- 2. Customizing legends -- 3. Adding a gradient legend -- 4. Designing aesthetic scalebars -- 5. Graticules for regional maps -- 6. Overview maps -- 7. Attribute tables in layouts, Seattle parks map -- 8. Map series with Atlas -- 9. Designing infographics -- 10. Dynamic masks for small multiples -- 11. Conclusion.
Baker Berry GA102.4.E4 G73 2016

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