CV XE Geographic Information System
... 3-D Visual Analysis
CV XE GIS features 3 dimensional viewing and analysis. This section provides illustrative examples focused on the Washington, DC area using Census 2010 geography with American Community Survey (ACS) 5-year estimates of educational attainment by block group. Create 2D and 3D views like these on your computer for your geographies and subject matter. Develop more revealing visual insights. Publish your results on the Web and otherwise. Engage students and stakeholders with compelling and informative visuals. Use the tools dynamically to facilitate collaborative decision-making.
Washington DC Educational Attainment by Block Group 3-D
... Thematic pattern: percent population with bachelor degree or higher
... Elevation scale: number of people 25 years or over
... Click for larger view.
Washington DC Educational Attainment by Block Group 2-D
... similar to 3-D View with no elevation scale
... Click for larger view.
Zoom-in to "Georgetown" vicinity
... zoom-in to area near pointer in above view
... tracts with bold blue boundary with tract codes as blue outline labels
... block groups with bold red boundary with BG codes as red outline labels
Educational Attainment by Block Group -- 2D
... colors depict percent population with bachelor degree or higher
... labels show population ages 25 years and over
... area similar to above ... 2-D thematic pattern
Educational Attainment by Block Group -- 3D
... area similar to above --- 3-D thematic pattern
... elevation shows population ages 25 years and over
... simply click 3-D button to achieve this view
Using 3-D Analysis Tools - Rotating
... 3-D control panel (right) enables dynamic 3-D viewing
... this view is rotated relative to above view
Using 3-D Analysis Tools - Scaling Elevation
... set vertical scale using controls (see pointer lower right)
... this view has vertical elevation scaled to 30 percent.
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