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Capturing and displaying complex geographical and statistical information on maps is crucial to many researchers. Once upon a time, you'd have to manually capture location information, and needed specialized software to crunch data and create digital maps. Today, TomTom location APIs and SDKs and a little programming knowledge make sophisticated mapping applications available to anyone. In this article we'll examine five ways mapping can be used to further academic research, highlighting examples in each case that can be made easier with TomTom mapping products.
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CARTO is a popular location intelligence platform which allows users to create map visualizations with an easy setup which doesn’t require background programming or cartographic knowledge. It harnesses data science functionality to let users select from popular data tables, or import their own. If you regularly create projects for web and/or mobile platforms with TomTom, you can use TomTom maps as a basemap within the CARTO platform itself to keep your projects and visualizations consistent.