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kiastar

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Hi, here is an example of a map I would like to create (same design, different criteria) but I can not find anyone who can perform this service. Can someone here help me out?

Here is the link: This is the cartogram

Thank you in advance.

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Hi Kiastar,

I might be able to help you out. If you're interested, feel free to contact me (hans-at-redgeographics-dot-com)
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Darren Cope

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I'd try ScapeToad for Cartograms. Look at: http://scapetoad.choros.ch/

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Hi kiastar
I'd be interested if you find a tool to create such rectangular cartograms. If want to distort the normal polygon shapes of the countries, you could try this page: http://www.mapresso.com/tool. If you have problems (it's in German, but you only have to choose the word boundaries), contact me: adi at mapresso.com
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Hi kiastar
I'd be interested if you find a tool to create such rectangular cartograms. If want to distort the normal polygon shapes of the countries, you could try this page: http://www.mapresso.com/tool. If you have problems (it's in German, but you only have to choose the word boundaries), contact me: adi at mapresso.com
Adrian


And what ever you do at the Mapresso site, you must look at this!

http://www.mapresso....ingexample.html

Regards, N.
Caversham, Reading, England.




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