The main differences between Cartography and GIS are in their functional components:

Posted on Dec 10, 2011 By : Admin Ragamagz
A GIS contains these four components:
  • Input 
  • Database 
  • Analysis 
  • Output 

In contrast, a Cartographic system can be described in three components:
  • Input 
  • Map 
  • design 
  • Output 

In the present scenario, Hand Cartography is becoming an obsolete technology and is rapidly being replaced by GIS.Source

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