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1.2 Possible Course in the History of Cartography at the Map Library in the British Library - The British Library Map Library is considering offering a course in the history of cartography in its Reading Room in the new building at St Pancras, in Spring or Summer 1999. It is planned to combine academic talks of a general nature with more narrowly focused workshops. The intention is to invite leading experts to assist the Map Library in putting on this course. The aim would be to extend participants' familiarity with different types of maps; to deepen their understanding of the form and content of early maps; and to provide an interpretative framework for map history.
1.3 Aiding a Masters of Geography Student in New Zealand - A Master of Arts Student studying Geography at the University of Auckland, New Zealand is nearing the completion of his thesis tentatively called \"Cartographic Visualisation for Epidemiology.\" The thesis assesses different visualisation methods that have potential to communicate spatial processes underlying the spread of disease. The final objective of my thesis is to develop a framework that assists the medical community in the selection of effective visualisation tools to communicate particular spatial patterns underlying disease. This is a general request that anyone interested spend 20 to 30 minutes, depending on your GIS/health/cartography experience to go through the his survey. Any data supplied will be analysed as part of the thesis. The survey consists of six pages: 5 visualisation methods, an introduction and a conclusion. There are between 3 and 5 questions per page, and space to add comments, suggestions, etc at the bottom of the pages. Spatial processes are linked to a table of definitions. If you are interested, please visit the site at -bin/dan.
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