Discussion in 'Alternate History Maps and Graphics' started by Tomislav Addai, May 15, 2017.
I would be glad for a helping hand
I can help with Latin America, but, first of all, you'll need a better basemap with local administration. Another option is to use state/province level data, which is easily accessible online, however, I'm afraid it'd make Latin America a big yellow blob (which isn't far from true tbh).
This is all I have...
And some Siberia as well
That's what I thought. It only shows states and provinces, it will be hard to find a non-Catholic plurality/majority in this level. However, I don't think that data about provinces/states would be hard to find. The map won't be as complex as everywhere else though.
EDIT: I have a basemap for Brazilian municipalities, but it's beyond my skills to integrate it into your map.
Post it, I bet I can integrate it. It’s very easy with paint.net.
Found something even better:
Here's a study about the percentage of each of the main religions - it's in Portuguese but the maps are pretty self-explanatory IMHO (ask me if you have some trouble to understand it). Is it easy to cross examine the maps with a image editor? Probably if you manipulate the colors..
Also, these aren't municipalities, but a "micro-region" (a subdivision only used in statistics). Here's a cleaner version.
As I recall, there's a belt of Hindu plurality across the Guianas.
Yes, and IIRC Central America has an important Protestant minority, but I personally don't know much about it. Every country should have it in their census though.
Come on ppl, as having only a province basemap, it doesn't ncessarily mean we have to take into account only province level data . Like I have districts of Russia on the map, but as you see my colours don't follow the district borders, they helpful though for better orientation
Some more progress in West Siberia
Irkutsk region, and Buryatia, as well as Zabaykalia. Changed the Tengri colour a little, and the original Tengri colour is now for Siberian shamanism. Found out the Russian sourced map wasright, as most of Tuvans are actually Buddhist today.
... and Tyumen oblast with dependencies completes the Ural Federal District
Khakasssia and Evenkia added. Krasnoyarsk and Yakutia awaits us
Is there no Bon religion in Tbet anymore?
I couldn't find any sources that show any Bon majority areas.
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