Blog : Data loading

21
SEP.20
Import or load GeoPackage files

GeoPackage is an open, standards-based, platform-independent, portable, self-describing and compact format for the transfer of geospatial information. A new data provider that allows you to read GeoPackage files has recently been added in ‘Spatial Manager’ (CAD and Desktop versions)... more


05
MAY.20
Load or import multiple data sources at once

In any task or project related to territorial information it is very important to be provided with tools that facilitate the integration of multiple information formats from different sources. Although there are already some entries on this topic in this... more


14
JUN.16
Labeling objects while importing

Text Labels help to complete the CAD or GIS drawings and maps and enrich the complementary information contained therein, as they not only allow better understanding but also make it easier to locate the objects. Spatial Manager™ (AutoCAD and BricsCAD) now includes the objects... more


10
SEP.15
Use Polygon Objects even in vanilla AutoCAD

When you import Polygon-type features into AutoCAD using Spatial Manager™ you can choose to convert these features in AutoCAD Polylines or in AutoCAD MPolygons objects, depending on the result you want to obtain in your drawing... more


22
APR.14
Data sources smart search

When working with external Layers, which are loaded into a Map by reading spatial data sources, one of the usual problems is the modification (change of name, change of location, etc.) of these data sources... more


17
DEC.13
Drag and drop of SHP, KML, GPX, etc., files to a Map

One of the most used techniques to load data tables from spatial files into a Spatial Manager Desktop™ Map is through dragging and dropping them from Windows explorer ... more