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markharrower

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Pleased to announce that ColorBrewer2.org is up and running: Same great free color advice and help, but updated with new features. For more info see my post here.

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Cool! Thanks Mark, et al.

Exporting the ASE is going to help a lot.

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Excellent work and cool site!

I was also intrigued by the previous blog post about bicycle mapping. As a sometime bicyclist the simple variable width black line bicycle route map looks very useful to me. It seems easy to pick out flat areas, slopes of varying steepness, as well as whether it's uphill or downhill. I could see getting a lot of use out of such a map, especially if you're not familiar with the route. Might have to try making one for my area...
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Some nice improvements. and the export options are $$$. good work and thanks for sharing.

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Very nice site... will come in handy!
Thanks for the post.

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Another cool thing I learned from the new site is the Colorbrewer plugin (AKA ColorTool) for ArcGIS from the National Cancer Institute.

Fantastic!

co-cartographic creator of boringmaps.com





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