Geografie 2019, 124, 187-216

Research into map-analysis strategies: theory- and data-driven approaches

Lenka Havelková, Martin Hanus

Charles University, Faculty of Science, Department of Social Geography and Regional Development, Centre for Geographical and Environmental Education, Prague, Czechia

Received November 2018
Accepted April 2019


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