Symbolising & Thematics
A picture paints a thousand words!
How data is symbolised can have a huge impact on how clearly the patterns in spatial data are revealed or consealed. The mini modules in this category address the miriad of options there are for symbolising data layers with single symbology and with different thematic types. Also considered are the use of legends and different legend windows.
It is worth noting that some of these mini modules are longer than normal. This is due to the numerious options that are available when symbolising and creating thematic maps.
SectionsThe Legend Manager Tool +
how to access and use the Legend Manger tool to create multiple Thematic Legend windowsSingle Symbology for Map Features +
how to control the single symbology of point, line and region (polygon) features in a layerGrid Thematic Mapping +
how to create a grid thematic map/new dataset from input point dataCustom Symbols +
how to add and use your own custom symbols for symbolising point dataThematic Expression & Join Mapping +
how to create thematics from information calculated on-the-fly via expressions or a tabular joinRanges Thematic Mapping +
how to create a ranges thematic mapIndividual Thematic Mapping +
how to create individual thematic mapsDot Density Thematic Mapping +
how to create dot density thematic mapsGraduated Thematic Mapping +
how to create graduate thematic mapsChart Thematic Mapping +
how to create chart (bar & pie) thematic maps