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GADM, the Database of Global Administrative Areas, is a high-resolution database of country administrative areas, with a goal of "all countries, at all levels, at any time period." The database has a few export formats, including shapefiles that are used in most common GIS applications. Files formatted for the programming language R are also available, allowing the easy creation of descriptive data plots that include geographical maps. Although it is a public database, GADM has a higher spatial resolution than other free databases, and also higher than commercial software such as ArcGIS. Global Administrative Areas ou GADM est une base de données des contours vectoriels des frontières administratives. Le projet est développé par Robert Hijmans de l'université de Californie à Berkeley. Les données sont géoréférencées au format WGS 84.
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