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Choropleth or chloropleth?

September 03 2009 | 0 comments
Categories: Cartographic Design

Please settle a point of cartographic debate: Is it chloropleth or choropleth?

Mapping Center Answer:

According to Map Use, Sixth Edition, it is "Choropleth" from the Greek terms "choro" meaning place, space or land, and "pleth" meaning full, as in "plethora".

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