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Tissot images with normal cylindrical equal-area projection
Could you create more Tissot images for https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Cylindrical_equal-area_projection&oldid=1132370342#Specializations_of_the_normal_cylindrical_equal-area_projection - Smyth/Craster (aspect ratio 2), Trystan Edwards 37,24°, unnamed 40°, Balthasart 50°, Tobler (aspect ratio 1)? Especially Smyth/Craster and Tobler would be nice. Euro2023 (talk) 15:29, 8 January 2023 (UTC)
- Thank you! After spending more time on the table , I think Smyth is the most impotant, the third oldest, and the first defined by an integer for the ratio between height and width. (arccos((2/pi)^0.5))*180°/pi=37.071435°. Euro2023 (talk) 18:17, 9 January 2023 (UTC)
Permission to use the figure
Dear Mr. Eric
My name is Hajime Narukawa. I am PhD student at Keio University in Kanagawa, Japan. I am about to finish writing PhD thesis. And in my thesis I would like to use the figure, dymaxion air ocean map in this page. The thesis is about a proposal of an original world map projection. The thesis is an academic paper and not for commercial use. I would appreciate it if you would give me a permission to use the figure in my thesis.