Geovisualization or Geographic Visualization and Interactive Visualization (Especially for GATE-Geospatial 2022)

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Geographic visualization, sometimes called cartographic visualization, refers to the use of maps for setting up a context for processing visual information and for formulating research questions or hypotheses. Geographic visualization therefore has the same objective and the same types of interactivity as exploratory data analysis.

Interactive Maps

GIS and geovisualization allow for more interactive maps: including the ability to explore different layers of the map, to zoom in or out, and to change the visual appearance of the map, usually on a computer display.

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Geovisualization represents a set of cartographic technologies and practices that take advantage of the ability of modern microprocessors to render changes to a map in real time, allowing users to adjust the mapped data on the fly.

For many types of geographic operation, the result is best visualized as a map or graph. Maps are very efficient at storing and communicating geographic information. While cartographers have created maps for millennia, GIS provides new and exciting tools to extend the art and science of cartography. Map displays can be integrated with reports, three-dimensional views, photographic images, and other output such as multimedia.

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