Jeppesen Chart Clinic Articles (from AOPA Pilot magazine)

1 - Chart intro, legend, revision cycle
2 - Enroute chart legend
3 - Enroute charts: navaids, reporting points
4 - Enroute charts: communications info
5 - Enroute charts: centers, airport info, NDBs
6 - Airspace depiction
7 - Special use airspace
8 - Airways, altitudes, intersections
9 - Off-airway navigation, direct navigation
10 - Area navigation (RNAV) charts
11 - Obstructions, MEAs, MORAs
12 - International chart symbology and standards
13 - Approach charts: indexing and numbering
14 - Approach charts: header and briefing strip
15 - Approach charts: communications info
16 - Approach charts: revision info, plan view
17 - Approach chart plan view
18 - Approach segments, DA/DH, descent gradients
19 - Approach segments, feeder routes, stepdowns
20 - Approach segments, procedure turns, fixes
21 - Approach charts: profile view, fan markers
22 - Non-precision approach descent angles, VDPs, Stepdowns
23 - VNAV, descent angles, MDA as DA
24 - Approach minimums for ILS, localizer
25 - Non-precision approach minimums
26 - Sidestep minimums, night minimums, missed approaches
27 - Terminal arrival areas, GLS PA, LNAV/VNAV
28 - Airport diagrams, take-off & obsacle DPs
29 - Departure procedures and transitions
30 - STARs

Database Series

31 - GPS databases, GPS approaches vs. traditional RNAV
32 - Multiple RNAV(GPS) approaches to the same runway
33 - Navigation database structure and standards
34 - Database paths, legs, and fixes
35 - Departure segments, database fixes and coding
36 - Airways, NDBs, cut-off dates, waypoint IDs
37 - Flying stabilized non-precision approaches, VDPs.
38 - Database limitations, GPS vs FMS