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Equal Angle Projection

For the Equal Angle projection method, a line is drawn from the center of the top of the sphere (the zenith), to a point A on the sphere (a pole or a point on the great circle). The intersection of this line with a horizontal plane through the center of the sphere, defines the projection point B.

Equal Angle Projection method

Equal Angle Projection

See the Projection Examples topic for a comparison of plots using Equal Angle and Equal Area projection.

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