Choosing Colors for Bivariate Maps

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Description: 
Bivariate maps show two phenomena simultaneously. A bivariate map can answer three types of questions, not just one. By using appropriate and intentioned colors, cartographers can focus attention on data and allow the map reader to answer the three questions more efficiently. This poster provides an overview of the theory and methods of bivariate color selection.
Author(s): 
Benjamin Thornton, Georgianna Strode, and others
Affiliation: 
Florida State University
Header: 
Choosing Colors for Bivariate Maps
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Keywords: 

bivariate, color

License: 
CC-Attribution (by)
Target Audience: 
Beginner GIS Users
Intermediate GIS Users
Advanced GIS Users
Language: 
English
Software: 
none
Publish on OSGeo: 
Yes
Source Format: 
PDF
Date Published: 
28 Jul 2017
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