Connector Map

Connector Maps feature a set of straight and/or curved lines connecting points on a geographical map.
Lines can vary in width, color, and style. Unlike in Flow Map, they have no direction and only display a connection between two points. Points on both sides of each line are depicted with markers that also can vary in size, color, and style.
A typical use of Connector Maps visualizations is to outline territories, routes, rivers, and connections between geographic locations.

Resources

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mexico

By anonymous, Mar 17
mexico created by anonymous

mexico

By anonymous, Mar 17
STOCK Event Markers Basics 01 created by anonymous

STOCK Event Markers Basics 01

By anonymous, Jan 23