Choropleth Maps – A Guide to Data Classification

Maps & Cartography – Choropleth Maps – A Guide to Data Classification

“A choropleth map uses different shading and colors based on quantitative data. But the problem for choropleth maps is: There are so many ways to classify your data. For example, there are equal intervals, quantile, natural breaks, and pretty breaks. But what’s the difference between each of them? Today, you’ll learn how to pick the best way to classify your data in choropleth maps in our guide to data classification”.

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