The edge of a map or chart on which cartographic detail is extended to the edge of the sheet. Also called BLEEDING EDGE.



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SPOT ELEVATION

A point on a map or chart where height above a specified datum is noted, usually by a dot and the height value.

STEREOGRAPHIC CHART

A chart on the stereographic map projection.

GREAT CIRCLE CHART

A chart on which a great circle appears as a straight line or approximately so, particularly a chart on the gnomonic map projection.

PERSPECTIVE CHART

A chart on a perspective map projection.

COTIDAL LINE

A line on a map or chart passing through places having the same cotidal hour

REPRESENTATIVE FRACTION

The scale of a map or chart expressed as a fraction or ratio that relates unit distance on the map to distance measured in the same unit on the ground. Also called NATURAL SCALE, FRACTIONAL SCALE.

BORDER BREAK

A cartographic technique used when it is required to extend cartographic detail of a map or chart beyond the neatline into the margin, which eliminates the necessity of producing an additional sheet. Also called BLISTER.

CYLINDRICAL CHART

AZIMUTHAL EQUIDISTANT CHART

A chart on the azimuthal equidistant map projection. azimuthal equidistant map projecti

OBLIQUE CHART

A chart on an oblique map projection.

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