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Regiões Imediatas e intermediarias de MGEdit

Gostaria de pedir que faça com o estado de Minas Gerais. —Preceding unsigned comment was added by 2804:D45:4B61:3C00:5C9D:760:E98E:51FF (talk) 17:33, 11 August 2018 (UTC)

Farei, no entanto o que atrapalha é o tamanho do estado e a quantidade de subdivisões, e também o fato de várias páginas ainda não estarem feitas para adicionar os mapas. Allice Hunter (talk) 00:29, 12 August 2018 (UTC)

Editing SVG filesEdit

Hello, thank you for creating the map of countries by HDI classification using 2018 data! I want to do the same for the map with individual countries by points but can't figure out how to edit svg files...you don't have to make the map on your own, but since you made one, you can probably help me find out how to edit.

Thanks! — Preceding unsigned comment added by Maketrad (talk • contribs) 11:27, 15 September 2018 (UTC)

EDIT: I got your response. I found another thing in the meantime called Inkscape but it's clunkier compared to the Illustrator and SVGworld you showed me. I'll use those next time. Thank you very much! — Preceding unsigned comment added by Maketrad (talk • contribs) 21:08, 15 September 2018 (UTC)

ImagensEdit

  Imagens
Olá, Alice! Vi que você criou as imagens das regiões geográficas imediatas de SP. Parabéns pelo seu trabalho. Você fará as imagens dos outros estados? Estou criando páginas para as regiões de MG. Oalvinegro (talk) 00:14, 17 September 2018 (UTC)
Obrigada! Farei sim, mas preciso que as páginas existam para que eu possa fazer, caso contrário seria um trabalho inútil. Allice Hunter (talk) 00:25, 17 September 2018 (UTC)

New SVG filesEdit

Congratulations! You generate fine maps, and now they are real SVG. Obrigado --sarang사랑 06:06, 6 December 2018 (UTC)

사랑 Many Thanks!!!. Before I didn't realize that the images were being created incorrectly. I'm glad people here told me that, because it helped me to improve my creation. Allice Hunter (talk) 06:29, 6 December 2018 (UTC)

Redimensionnement d'imagesEdit

Bonjour, pour effectuer des redimensionnements d'images comme celui-ci, je vous conseillerais de regarder cet outil (CropTool) bien pratique, notamment dans la gestion des étiquettes : il ajoute automatiquement {{Image extracted}} à la source et {{Extracted from}} à la cible tout en conservant le reste. --Caméléon Diaphane (talk) 01:12, 10 December 2018 (UTC)

@Caméléon Diaphane Merci beaucoup, je suis encore en train de découvrir les outils disponibles ici au Commons. Allice Hunter (talk) 01:46, 10 December 2018 (UTC)

Brazilian states location mapsEdit

Hello,

I have seen that you have uploaded several maps over mine, however I must tell you that location maps have their own conventions, such as you can see here, here and here, so I must revert your changes. If you want to upload your versions in a separate file, you can do it. Thank you.

--Shadowxfox (talk) 20:21, 20 January 2019 (UTC)

Shadowxfox. Actually I was just doing a test, and I was about to revert the modifications due to problems, that's why I did not change all the maps. Take care! − Allice Hunter (Inbox) 20:33, 20 January 2019 (UTC)
Hello
If you want to do a test, you can do it on this image. Good luck ! --Shadowxfox (talk) 20:36, 20 January 2019 (UTC)

How to get the 2nd letter of C and D climates?Edit

Hi! I've seen you make some amazing koppen climate maps, I'm stuck on getting the second letters on C and D type climates. So using the koppen criteria, for example I want to know, where do you get information such as the precipitation of the driest month in winter and the precipitation of the wettest month in winter? I'm using the bioclim raster on ArcGis. So I think I need this kinda info to get the 2nd letter to calculate C and D climates. Thx in advance --Gabrielsanz (talk) 16:01, 22 January 2019 (UTC)

@Gabrielsanz: Hi, all my climate maps are original map clippings. I did not calculate the climate types, I just cut back on maps already made. − Allice Hunter (Inbox) 17:46, 22 January 2019 (UTC)
Thank you for your reply! I just realized a way to obtain it :) --Gabrielsanz (talk) 12:49, 23 January 2019 (UTC)

How did you create this choropleth map?Edit

Hi, thanks for creating the choropleth map File:2018 UN Human Development Report.svg. I see that you created it from the blank map (File:BlankMap-World6.svg) linked as a source. Did you create it by manually filling in each area of the map with a specific colour, including all the microscopic islands? That would have taken a very long time, and would have required you to search up which country all those islands belong to (especially tedious when it comes to the Caribbean). I personally create all my choropleth maps (so far) using mapchart.net, but all the small island countries/territories are represented by a circle. I would like to use the blank map so all islands are shown by their true size (not represented by circles), but do not at all feel like manually filling all of those little regions and searching up which country they belong to. Is there a quicker way to do it, e.g. highlight an entire country all at once? JACKINTHEBOXTALK 13:14, 14 April 2019 (UTC)

@JackintheBox: Hi, I added the colours manually. I had to research where the countries were when I didn't know. That file has interlaced image parts, when I clicked on a country, it included all its islands too, which greatly facilitated the process. I used Adobe Illustrator to do this. I guess it took me two hours to make the map. − Allice Hunter (Inbox) 02:20, 15 April 2019 (UTC)
Wow, OK thanks :) JACKINTHEBOXTALK 02:36, 15 April 2019 (UTC)

With regard to File:Anglospeak (SVG version).svgEdit

  The map is incorrect, Taiwan has never been one of Anglophone countries. —Preceding unsigned comment was added by 60.241.212.200 (talk) 07:00, 1 September 2019 (UTC)

60.241.212.200 Yes, you're right. I probably painted Taiwan along with the Philippines. I've just fixed that mistake.− Allice Hunter (Inbox) 20:26, 1 September 2019 (UTC)

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Mapa del artículo Idioma EspañolEdit

Hola, he visto que fuiste tú el que creaste el mapa de los países donde se habla español del artículo Idioma español. En el Caso de Estados Unidos veo que hay algunos errores importantes. Puedes usar como fuente la que se indica en el artículo Idioma español en Estados Unidos, donde se da una cifra del porcentaje de la población que habla español en casa por estados. De hecho todos esos datos los introduje yo usando como fuente el censo de EEUU (hay enlace en la referencia). El caso es que en varios estados hay una diferencia muy grande entre los datos que menciono y lo que indica el mapa que creaste. Pongo algún ejemplo:

-En Hawái según el censo tan solo el 2,5% de la población habla español en casa, mientras que en el mapa que creaste se indica más del 10% de hispanohablantes.

-En Colorado, según el censo el 11,6% habla español en cas y en el mapa se indica más del 25%.

-En Virginia y Maryland, según el censo 7,5% y 8,5% respectivamente, mientras que en el mapa se indica menos del 5%.

Así hay varios ejemplos más.

Además hay otro error notable y es que en los colores del mapa se pasa de un color para entre el 10 y el 20% de hispanohablantes a más del 25%, es decir, no hay ningún color para 20-25% de hispanohablantes. La solución sería cambiar el color de más del 25% a más del 20%.

Debido a que yo no sé como modificar ese mapa, te pediría si puedes modificarlo. Creo que lo más razonable sería usar los datos del artículo Idioma español en Estados Unidos.

Gracias.

--Alvarodpas (talk) 22:32, 7 June 2020 (UTC)

Tambén quería añadir que creo que sería más correcto si pusieras algo así como: desde 5% hasta menos del 10% un color, desde 10 hasta menos del 20% otro color, etc. Porque tal como lo tienes puesto ahora: 5-9% un color, 10-20% otro color, no sería del todo correcto puesto que por ejemplo estados con 9,5% no entrarían ni en uno ni en otro color.--Alvarodpas (talk) 22:44, 7 June 2020 (UTC)

Por último añadir que la cantidad de hablantes de español o de la correspondiente lengua criolla de origen español en Filipinas es insignificante, por lo que creo que quizás no debería estar coloreado. Quizás el único argumento podría ser que en este país el español es una lengua oficial opcional por su pasado como parte del Imperio Español, aunque después de la ocupación estadounidense el español perdió casi por completo la relevancia en este país. por otra parte, Marruecos no debería estar coloreada ya que de acuerto al Instituto Cervantes [1] en este país (de más de 30 millones de habitantes)solo hay poco más de 6.000 hablantes nativos de español y poco más de millón y medio de hablantes de español con competencia limitada (por ejemplo hablantes de español como lengua extrangera). En el caso de Francia tampoco creo que deba estar coloreada. En este caso no encuentro datos, pero estoy seguro que el porcentaje de hablantes nativos de español es mucho menor que el 5%, y en todo caso podría ser mayor si contamos los hablantes de español con competencia limitada, es decir estudiantes de español como lengua extrangera, pero aún así no creo que sea suficientemente relevante como para indicarlo, ya que de hecho entonces tambíen habría más países (como Italia) con un porcentaje similar de estudiantes de español.--Alvarodpas (talk) 23:02, 7 June 2020 (UTC)

@Alvarodpas: my map is based on File:Hispanophone global world map language.png. If there is something wrong, it came from the map used as base map. I noticed that File:Detailed SVG map of the Hispanophone world.svg is being used at EN Wikipedia instead of the map created by me. Could you take a look at File:Detailed SVG map of the Hispanophone world.svg? Maybe it is more accurate. − Allice Hunter (Inbox) 23:38, 7 June 2020 (UTC)

Well there is some differences between you map and the one you said it's based on: File:Hispanophone global world map language.png. However I think it's obvious that there are some things wrong in USA in your map so i still recommend to fix it. As i said before i think you should use the reference in Idioma español en Estados Unidos which is from the USA gobernment: [2]. So in conclusion you could use directly the data in the article. Also i thing you shoud change that 20-25% of spanish speakers doesn't have any color in your map.--Alvarodpas (talk) 11:20, 8 June 2020 (UTC)

How did you create a files like File:Italian people around the world.svg and many other images that show ethnic groups around the world?Edit

Hi and good evening, I would like to ask you how did you create these ethnic group images that are now used in the English Wikipedia. As I have seen the images that you created, the majority of them were made from File:BlankMap-World6.svg. One day I would like to do the same way as you did. --Hortonmort (talk) 01:47, 1 August 2020 (UTC)

@Hortonmort: hi. It's actually very easy to create those maps. You just need a software to edit vector files (I use Adobe Illustrator) then you can color the countries by clicking on them. After editing just upload the new file. I recommend that you always use files in SVG format to make your maps (their quality is much higher in SVG). − Allice Hunter (Inbox) 02:57, 1 August 2020 (UTC)

About map of Greek people around the worldEdit

Greetings, I’m creating and editing articles generally in Turkish Wikipedia. I noticed a mistake on the map of Greek people around the world. According to map there are less than 10,000 Greeks in Turkey. For Christians, it’s true but there are many Greek Muslims in Turkey. With Greek Muslims there are 49,143 Greeks in Turkey.

So, could you make darker the colour of Turkey on the map please? Thank you. Abdulmecid Komnenos (talk) 14:43, 22 August 2020 (UTC)

Hello! My maps might not be so accurate because I won't be able to find all sources about the exact numbers. Currently, I'm looking for pages on Wikipedia about diasporas and the maps will probably be altered as new sources are found. Thank you for advising me. − Allice Hunter (Inbox) 00:44, 23 August 2020 (UTC)

RequestEdit

Hello @Allice Hunter: I hope you're well. I wanted to ask you if there is a possibility that you could create a "Map of the Albanian people around the world" in your free time, that would be super fine. :)--Iaof2017 (talk) 16:15, 5 September 2020 (UTC)

Iaof2017 I can, but I'm working on another thing right now. − Allice Hunter (Inbox) 18:36, 5 September 2020 (UTC)