One shapefile for African continent containing counties/regions?Geographic Information Systems
What is a shapefile example?
The shapefile format can spatially describe vector features: points, lines, and polygons, representing, for example, water wells, rivers, and lakes. Each item usually has attributes that describe it, such as name or temperature.
Where can I find shapefiles?
The U. S. Census Bureau is a great resource for shapefiles: geographical boundaries are maintained as shapefiles. It updates them every year, they are free, and they are accurate.
What are the 5 African regions?
The UN Statistics Division has subdivided the African continent into five regions, Northern Africa, Central or Middle Africa , Southern Africa, East Africa, and Western Africa.
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