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CodeTopo

Quick Specs

  • Supporting GIS: Independent / Not Applicable
  • Date Added: March 9th, 2013
  • Modified: March 9th, 2013
  • File size: 4100KB
  • Total Downloads: 1075
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CodeTopo is a software that allows to automatically draw maps from list of cartesian coordinates. Drawings are constituted by vector objects and are saved in a PDF file.

The graphics can be scaled and, if these options are set, CodeTopo will draw : a peripheral grid, a cartridge with legend, north arrow,etc.

CodeTopo includes many other functions :
 
- Recovery of geographical or cartographical coordinates, from bitmap images or KML files,
 
- Data conversion between different geographic and map projection systems.
 
- Calculations on data (area, perimeter,etc)
 
CodeTopo comes with a User Guide of 30 pages and some examples to test the software.
 
CodeTopo is available for Windows, Mac Os X and Linux systems, in english and in french.
 
 
See captures at : Screen captures

Author's Information

Gosselin Renaud

rg75@free.fr


http://rg75.free.fr/hyperespace.codetopo.en.htm

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