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global mapper includes a powerful editing tool that allows for vector data editing. using this tool, changes to data attributes, features, symbol style and symbol size, label attributes and the placement of labels on the map can be accomplished.
all types of layers in global mapper can be linked to the base map via edge point or distance methods. this cross referencing process makes it easy to establish rules for either deleting or altering features on the base map that intersect any layer.
global mapper can work in a portable mode allowing it to be loaded and run with the layers from a file on disk or in an online server. with this feature, a user can save time by creating customized map packages that do not need to be rebuilt each time data changes.
organizations frequently benefit from the ability to publish an overview map with a detailed map of the region in which they work. global mapper includes an easy publish to pdf function which includes the ability to select the region on the map. within global mapper, a vector map and any associated data layers are converted to a pdf map in the same layout as the original.
global mapper’s 3d viewer features allow users to manipulate a point, line, or polygon directly on the 3d model. the 3d viewer also provides a valuable tool for investigating details of the basemap and data layers. the 3d viewer is designed with the casual user in mind and includes intuitive functionality as well as tutorials.
for those users who prefer to use a mouse to work with global mapper, the number of mouse clicks required to create a new feature, modify an existing one, or access an existing one can be substantially reduced. the tool is built around the editable attributes that are attached to each of the features. when working in the map interface, all of the editable attributes are displayed on the map and when in any attribute form on a feature, such as a set number of attributes, they are displayed in the main window or within the attribute pop-up window. they can also be viewed by selecting a feature on the map.
a key feature of the rectification process is the ability to align and scale raster images before rectification. all users should familiarize themselves with the various options available for the creation of raster images and then apply a test run through the process to see how well it performs under their own particular circumstances. the raster creation process is fairly simple, with the user being asked for the source data, the width and height of the source, and the desired output size.
global mapper has extensive support for the gcp import and export options for gcps, and it is flexible enough to handle virtually any earth science related data in any format. the export options include several kml, kmz, geotiff, and georss related products including the ability to create your own web mapping service. the export options are guided through a simple gui and are fairly simple to use.
most geo/gis data is feature based, with the features being points, lines, polygons, and the like. geo/gis data is typically stored as a database. geo/gis data is comprised of features and attributes (geo/gis types). these attributes are normally meant to describe the feature and may include the location of a feature, its outline shape, a specific attribute of the feature, and much more. the database may have a tabular format or a feature table. in either case, the features and their attributes need to be exposed so that developers can query and populate information. while the geospatial data is normally stored on hard drives or in networked filesystems, it may be relational or not. relational geospatial data is organized in a way that permits the conversion of stored data into any other structure for use in other software.