cartographic

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From cartography +‎ -ic.

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cartographic (not comparable)

  1. Of or pertaining to the making of maps.
    • 1831, Norton Shaw et. al., The Journal of the Royal Geographical Society
      This is important to the ends of tangible geography, as well in the construction and arrangement of tables, as in every description of cartographic composition.
    • 1993, Harlow C Landphair, Terry Larsen, Evaluation and Development of Visualization Technology for Highway Transportation
      However, both of these examples assume that no three dimensional data is available in the initial digital cartographic data or other data sets that precede the immediate operation.

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