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Map Quality: So Many Bad Maps

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Tuesday, April 9th 2013


There are lots of bad maps. The USGS is crowd sourcing TNM. Apple fired people over bad maps. OpenStreetMap quality is superior to many – even Bing. How Important is map quality? To web users? To mobile users? To the Media? To the big issues of the day: national security, energy independence. How much faith do we put in our maps?

Show Notes

Getting to Know ArcGIS for Desktop, Third Edition, has been updated for ArcGIS 10.1. This new edition includes chapters and exercises related to working with ArcGIS Online, creating web maps, and searching for shared online data. Visit www.esri.com/esripress for more information.

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OpenStreetMap
Esri: Storymaps
Why you need Google Maps to find the Apple store
With 1M contributors, OpenStreetMap claims most detailed maps in some countries — Tech News and Analysis


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