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Want to produce cartographic visualizations to better communicate the results of your project or research? Or you are just interested in using modern web technologies for cartographic purposes? Then, this is the course for you!
To improve your learning experience, we strongly recommend that you first finish the course Introduction to Web Cartography: Part 1 before moving on to Part 2.
Some additional material will be provided during the course.
Yes. We strongly recommend that you first finish the course Introduction to Web Cartography: Part 1 before moving on to Part 2.
- Map data manipulation and web-friendly data formats
- Combine powerful visualization components and a data-driven approach to DOM manipulation
- Basics of 3D graphics
- Building User Interfaces
Professor of Cartography
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