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Tools for deriving different types of maps from shapefiles.

Project description

Englewood is a python library for generating maps from maps.

Currently only dot-density maps can be generated, but hopefully other types of maps (contigous and non-contigous cartograms, scaled centroids markers, etc) will follow.

Installation

It’s easy!

pip install englewood

Usage

See demo.py for an example of how to generate a dot density map.

Note: data for the demo is sourced from Reshaping Chicago’s political map. The Chicago Wards shapefile the City of Chicago’s data portal.

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License

MIT

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