The Winkel-Tripel BAM project

How far should I go with subdivisions?

  • All subdivisions possible

    Votes: 15 60.0%
  • G20 countries

    Votes: 5 20.0%
  • Federal countries

    Votes: 5 20.0%
  • US, Canada and Australia only

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters
    25
  • Poll closed .
Can I vote for historical patches prior to subdivisions? BTW how do you do this? I wanted to make something like this with an Antarctica and arctic view
Also, what exactly did you have in mind for historical patches?
 
Also, what exactly did you have in mind for historical patches?
Well probably by order of population, 1939, 1914, 1500, 0? I guess it depends whether people use these maps more for looking at countries subdivisions in 2020 or for historical timelines and editing them from there

I made it using QGIS and Paint.NET.
Do you have video showing that? I tried using QGIS before but it's complex
 
Canadian territories should probably be shown with a different color as per the typical coloring. Same goes for North Australia and the US Territories.
What color scheme is being used here?
 
version 1.3
version 1.3
Changelog:
  • Subnational divisions are now shown for Mexico, Brazil and the PRC.
  • As per @Epsilon Tauri's suggestion, Canadian and Australian territories are now distinguished from provinces/states.
winkel tripel bam.png
 
version 1.6
version 1.6
Changelog:
  • Thanks to Frank Hart for catching my Greenland error - the missing municipality of Qeqertalik has been added.
  • Added first-level subdivisions for France, Italy, Spain and Saudi Arabia, and the regions of Japan (the map's size does not permit me to add the prefectures).
winkel tripel bam.png
 
version 1.7
version 1.7
Changelog:
  • Added first-level subdivisions for the DRC, Kazakhstan, Poland, Pakistan and Belarus.
winkel tripel bam.png

And by the way, @tungsterismapping, the dark colour is used for all autonomous annexed territories - Russia's republics, autonomous okrugs and the Jewish Autonomous Oblast, in this case.
 
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