[ale] Generating Mapping Charts

James P. Kinney III jkinney at localnetsolutions.com
Tue Feb 3 08:13:30 EST 2004

On Mon, 2004-02-02 at 12:10, Matthew Brown wrote:
> Anyone know of a good tool to generate a map based upon ZIP Code-level
> data?  For example, given the data below, Kennesaw might be Hot (red)
> where as Dunwoody would be Cold (blue).  My goal is to do this on a
> ntinal map scale.
> ZIP                    Participants
> ==========    ============= 
> 30144                5000                    (Kennesaw)
> 30392                1                        (Dunwoody)
> 30152                2500                    (Kennesaw)
> 30328                2                    (Dunwoody)
This is the realm of a class of software that does GIS. For the Linux
world, look for GRASS. On that home page is a good list of related

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