For an presentation I need an example of a map which contains very much information.
The map should :
- respect basic cartographic principles.
- contain as much quantitive and/or qualitive information as possible without beeing overloaded by too much cartographic details.
- look beautiful as I want to use it in a presentation.
Concerning the complexity of the map, I want to use an example by Eduard Imhof who tried to describe the course of a river by words instead of using a map and ended up with a wall of text, showing the data efficiency of the map.
I want to use this to show how efficient maps are concerning the volume of data which can be stored on it (compared to the same amount of data stored in a database for example).
Any ideas? :)