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10. Other Related Resources.
List of WWW Locations1. The Martin/Bracken estimates: gopher://midas.ac.uk/11/midas/datasets/census.dir/surpop.dir/
2. Project ARGUS: www.midas.ac.uk/argus/
3. Tcl/Tk for Mapping Tutorial www.geog.le.ac.uk/jad7/Tcl/ICA/index.html
4. Tcl/Tk for Mapping Examples www.elsevier.nl/inca/homepage/miss/cageo/dykes/index.htm
5. Project KINDS www.midas.ac.uk/KINDS/
6. Project JANUS www.midas.ac.uk/JANUS/
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