How to Make Maps: An Introduction to Theory and Practice of Cartography
The goal of How to Make Maps is to equip readers with the foundational knowledge of concepts they need to conceive, design, and produce maps in a legible, clear, and coherent manner, drawing from both classical and modern theory in cartography.
This book is appropriate for graduate and undergraduate students who...
This book explores the W3C Geolocation API, a specification that provides scripted
access to geographical location information associated with a hosted device.* This API
which the code is executed.
Truly revolutionary: now...
Welcome to the eighth edition of Computer Networking: A Top-Down Approach.
Since the publication of the first edition 20 years ago, our book has been adopted
for use at many hundreds of colleges and universities, translated into 14 languages,
and used by many hundreds of thousands students and practitioners worldwide. We’ve... Beginning T-SQL: A Step-by-Step Approach
The card catalog at the local public library was my first database. The catalog made it
possible to find books based on titles, authors, or subjects just like writing a SQL query.
Of course, I could walk around and locate books because they were arranged thanks to
the Dewey Decimal System, but having that old drawer-filled cabinet...
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