Nathaniel Vaughn Kelso
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Nathaniel Vaughan Kelso is a cartographer working for Mapzen, and previously Apple Maps, Stamen Design, The Washington Post and the National Geographic Society. He collaborated with Tom Patterson on the Natural Earth project and related journal article. Kelso also assisted in the development of Color Oracle, a computer program for viewing graphics as a user with color blindness might perceive them.
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- Patterson, T. and Vaughn Kelso, K. (2004). Hal Shelton Revisited: Designing and Producing Natural-Color Maps with Satellite Land Cover Data. Cartographic Perspectives, 47. p. 9
- Color Oracle
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