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Mapping the past: determining the best method with which to animate historical maps

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Author(s)
March, Justin
Date
Apr 2009
Subject(s)
Historical maps; Tweening; Animated cartography; Cartographic animation; Historical geography; Graphic animation; Cartography; Cartography--Data processing
Abstract
This research involves testing the effectiveness of two forms of cartographic animation (tweening and non-tweening). Primary information was collected using test groups. Secondary information includes conceptual data of the arguments for and against each animation form as well as a graphic visualization on the information that the test groups were given.
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Color poster with text describing research conducted by Justin March in which he examines the effectiveness of tweening in the field of animated cartography.
Sponsor(s)
Dr. Charles Rader, Dr. Mathew Dooley and Professor Ian Muehlenhaus, UWRF Department of Geography & Mapping Sciences.
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http://digital.library.wisc.edu/1793/34559 
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