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Thread: AverageLifeExpectancy-Kanto-Male in Japan discussion

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    Impressing! Looks like it was a lot of work... did you create the borders and polygons manually, tracing an overlay? Or did you convert some existing data? I was drawing all the prefecture borders some time ago, using map overlays... it was a lot of work and not very exact. I'm planning to do the same for the Tokyo wards, but the borders are really complicated once you zoom in a bit, so I didn't get far yet...

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    Forgot to say, the legend is a really nice touch, too, haven't seen this kind of overlay before!

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    Yeah, I was very impressed when I was approving it, good work!

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    Thanks! Visiter.
    I made this data in R language.
    ShapeFile(Free data) is operated in R language.
    An easy program has been opened to the public to Rjpwiki.
    RjpWiki

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    Thanks for the link! R... kinda exotic language, I didn't even know it existed I found the data file, and I also found a java library to read ESRI shape data (OpenMap)... so I'll try to write my own converter to kml one of these days

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