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29
JUL.14
Trick – Spatial Manager Desktop. Copy from Data grid

In applications that manage spatial data, it is very usual and useful to Copy or to Save alphanumeric data from data tables so it can be used in other Office, GIS or CAD applications... more


22
JUL.14
How to highlight some Features in Google Earth

It is a common practice to use Google Earth as a visual tool to show spatial information in a standard format which many users already know through an intuitive and easy to manage application... more


15
JUL.14
Why is Spatial Manager software so practical? (Part 3)

Scenario #3: We need to join multiple roads Shapefiles (SHP) and be able to open this information in AutoCAD... more


08
JUL.14
Why is Spatial Manager software so practical? (Part 2)

Scenario #2: We receive a set of spatial data including parcels (inside a Shapefile-SHP) and some hydrants (inside a KML file) belonging to a city. We need to generate a KML file which includes the parcels that have no assigned... more


01
JUL.14
Why is Spatial Manager software so practical? (Part 1)

Scenario #1: We need to quickly check which the appropriate file is, between three Shapefiles (SHP) files that include the same data but whose spatial geometric information is different... more


24
JUN.14
Extend the data to be imported from an ASCII file

When importing or loading points from spatial ASCII files (CSV, XYZ etc.), Spatial Manager™, like most applications which support these kinds of spatial data sources, includes only usual connection parameters... more