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Evaluation of the Colorbrewer Color Schemes for Accommodation of Map Readers with Impaired Color Vision

This thesis titled "Evaluation of the Colorbrewer Color Schemes for Accommodation of Map Readers with Impaired Color Vision" reviews the literature regarding colorblindness and helps to refine the ColorBrewer tool. This study examines the differences in map reading ability and color perception between individuals with impaired color vision and individuals with normal color vision.

A Thesis in Geography by Steven D. Gardner, Pennsylvania State University, Graduate School, College of Earth and Mineral Sciences

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