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How to create thematic (choropleth) maps in ArcGIS, Part II

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Part II of building a thematic map - working with map layouts. This video shows you how to add a title, legend, north arrow and other common elements, and export the final map for use outside of ArcGIS. Lecture review tutorial videos from Hunter College and Mount Sinai School of Medicine (NYC) GIS in Public Health (PH 770.07), and (MPH-0005).
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Eren Eken (1 month ago)
Hello What are common formats for the digital storage of geodata?
ian james palulay (5 months ago)
how can we make a population density thematic map if we with only 3 well defined range like 0-200, 200-500, and 500 above per sq.km..?
Rahul Sharma (8 months ago)
please let us know the source files used in gis!
Tufail Khan Jadoon (8 months ago)
thank u so much
I could get my data to symbolize without zero percentage, where you have 2% I have 0% still.
Zeinab Mohamad (3 years ago)
Thank you so much!! I've been looking for examples to see how to do this. Very easy to follow!!
Matthew Todd (4 years ago)
Thank You!!!!!
Chris Goranson (4 years ago)
Happy it helped Matthew! Chris
Chris Goranson (5 years ago)
Great! I'm very glad you found the video helpful.
Bori96 (5 years ago)
Thanks so much for your video. The examples were excellent.

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