Guidance for volunteers on number of points and clip points
There have been a number if maps recently where i was presented with a map where the number of points entered exceeded 150 (One recent of map of San Francisco had points on every street intersection some 300+) It is extremely time consuming removing these points. Can there be a maximum as well as a minimum number of points for each map.?
Clipping the map. Can I have some guidance on what should be included in a clipped map eg legend, co-ordinates, title, scale. ( there have been a number of instances when a map has clipped to the outline border of a country etc (with number of clip points exceeding 30) and not to the map border. I would like some guidance on the importance of the secondary map elements (legend etc) to this project. Many thanks
Алексей Прохоров commented
Volunteering for young people is a fantastic way to build up social and professional skills, learn new ways of working and contribute to the wider community. Young people can bring a tremendous amount of enthusiasm and commitment to a volunteering role and
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