Blog : Desktop L1 (Basic)

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


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


14
MAY.14
Exporting Points (Data & Coordinates)

You often need to export Point features data from spatial data management applications to commonly used applications such as MS Excel or MS Access, using a format recognized by these applications... more


30
APR.14
Convert OpenStreetMap data to Shapefiles (SHP)

The community of geospatial information OpenStreetMap (OSM) is diverse and grows every day. Its contributors include map designers and map users, GIS professionals, engineers who control the servers, etc., working around the world... more


15
APR.14
Base maps as Map backgrounds

Using base maps (roads, aerial, etc.) from imagery providers allows, not only the composition of more attractive Maps in mapping applications, but also the use of these base images as a practical reference system or a powerful tool for checking on the... more


02
FEB.14
Properties: how to change the focus

The Spatial Manager Desktop™ “Properties” panel and the “Properties” area inside the Spatial Manager™ for AutoCAD “SpatialManager” palette, present, in a concise and practical format, all the relevant information about the different parts of the applications, and allow you to... more