Legends in Story Maps; story maps with legends. Hmmm…this can be a puzzle.
There are a few ways to annotate your map in a way that help to balance A) the transfer of glorious map information into your readers’ brains, with B) the fact that you are telling them a story.
Here are three techniques to consider for your richly appointed storytelling…
A Vehicle for Tricking Normal People into Wanting to Make Maps.
Story Map apps to suit your needs.
Welcome to Clemson!
You can follow along with our story map at http://www.bit.ly/cucampus
Founded in 1889, Clemson University has transformed from what was originally a military academy to one of the top-rated public institutions in the nation.
An election map is an example of a predominance map. An election map simply tells you which of two or more candidates has the highest total vote count.
Urban and regional planners use geodesign to envision better futures for communities and drive powerful decision making. Esri technology supports this process by combining the scientic power of geographic data with smart 3D city modelling to facilitate data visualization, scenario impact simulations, cross disciplinary collaboration, and storytelling.
ArcGIS Online offers beautiful new ways to illuminate your data from one or more of its attribute fields. Recently we released three new map styles, each of which lets you explore the relationship between two attribute fields in your data. Simply select two attribute fields and smart mapping suggests maps that work with your data to reveal patterns. This map journal will guide you through some examples of these new map styles.