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Atlas of Cyberspace by Martin Dodge, Rob Kitchin

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Atlas of Cyberspace
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Publisher: Pearson Education
ISBN/ASIN: 0201745755
ISBN-13: 9780201745757
Number of pages: 281

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Information cartographers Martin Dodge and Rob Kitchin show off a wide range of possibilities in representing the vast realms of data existing on and supporting the Internet. Since so many of these models were created to display never-before-charted territories, the book is largely devoted to analyzing their accuracy, ease of development and use, potential for abuse, and other qualities.

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