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Imports gridded data into MS-MapPoint, to produce attractive data maps.
Can handle imperfect data, holes, re-gridding, etc. Can be used to import such attributes as pollution data, seismic hazard, geological information, customer/population distribution, etc.
Various text formats supported using space, tab, or comma separators. Data coordinates can be longitude,latitude coords; custom linear coords; or Ordnance Survey Grid References.
See also: contour, mapping, GIS, maps, grid, MapPoint
Geocode photos with latitude, longitude, and altitude information. Stamp the images or write (lossless) to the EXIF headers. Create web pages using Google Maps, export KML/KMZ files to Google Earth, upload to Flickr, export shapefiles (SHP) or AutoCAD DXF files. Supports Garmin GPS units (USB or COM), but no GPS is required. Geotag from a GPS tracklog, waypoints or a GPX file. Internationally aware. Easy to use. Free lifetime upgrades.
See also: digital, images, image, photos, photo, BMP, PNG, JPEG, JPG, G7ToWin, Garmin, log, track, altitude, longitude, latitude, waypoint, tracklog, KMZ MapPoint, KML, FlickR, Google Earth, Google Maps, GIS, EXIF, GPS, geocaching, geocode, camera, stamp
RouteWriter is a new add-in for Microsoft MapPoint that exports route waypoints and matching pushpins to Excel. Although MapPoint has an 'export to Excel' option, this is incapable of exporting pushpins in route order. RouteWriter exports the waypoints/pushpins in route order.
RouteWriter can also write the waypoint distance, time, coordinate, address data, and all available pushpin data fields; as well as optimize the route order.
See also: MapPoint, Excel, routes, waypoints, export, pushpins, optimum routes, sales routes