Countries Of The World – Base Atlas

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Countries Of The World – Base Atlas

Countries Of The World – Base Atlas

Our Countries of the World – Base Atlas provides the base visual knowledge framework for all our ‘atlas’ knowledge maps about the countries of the world.

 It consists of knowledge seed branches for each country – as officially defined by ISO-3166-1: Codes For The Representation Of Names Of Countries – arranged as sub-branches within in an ‘org-tree’ base framework of UN defined Macro Geographical (Continental) Regions, Intermediary Regions & Sub-Regions seed branches.

All the seed  branches have a rich range of visual knowledge elements embedded within, or attached to, them – such as flags, thumbnail maps, multiple hyperlinks to official / definitive / plain old useful online knowledge resources, geostatistical data such as as area & population and a range of marker tags that enable the map to be filtered to show only branches with those values. Together they provide a rich ‘base level’ of contextual knowledge & knowledge resource links about every country of the world and the ‘bigger picture’ of the macro-geographic region & sub-region of which it is part (see the ‘Seed Branches’ tab for a detailed description).

See the tabbed sections below for the full description of all the elements of this knowledge map.

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Countries Of The World - Base Atlas
Countries Of The World - Base Atlas
Published Nov 2021
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26,025

Map Branches

29,589

Hyperlinks to Knowledge Resources

6

UN Geoscheme Macro Geographical (Continental) Regions

24

UN Geoscheme Macro Geographical (Continental) Sub-Regions

249

ISO3166-1 Countries

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