Apple’s new maps (for 2018 values of new) have launched in Belgium, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Switzerland and Liechtenstein. See Apple’s press releases in Dutch, French and German, and Justin O’Beirne’s before-and-after comparison. [9to5Mac/
Dot Density Maps of Belgium
Maarten Lambrechts discusses how to make a dot density population map, in technical detail. He uses QGIS to process data for his home country of Belgium. The map above is one result (he also zoomed in on Brussels).
Cartographiae, a Belgian Map Exhibition
Cartographiae, a map exhibition organized as part of a summer science and culture festival at the Belgian royal palace, opens today and runs until 4 September. Press release (in French). Admission is free; for those of us who can’t make it to Brussels, there’s an online version. [WMS]
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