Map & location
In order to interpret our data, it is important to display them correctly on a map.
However, "projecting" data on a map is a challenge in itself. One problem is that, because of "visual readability", a map is rarely really to scale. On road maps, for example, the roads are shown larger (wider) than they should be in that scale. If we also want to link information to those roads, such as the location of a counting point, this quickly produces a distorted picture. Fortunately, NDW has a great deal of knowledge about linking data to maps. We always strike a good balance between truthful and useful.
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