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Autodesk Map: Import/export
Autodesk Map: Import/export
Mappers have always reused existing spatial data to create new maps. Today, most maps and GIS data sets use spatial information obtained - for a fee or for free - ¯from any number of sources, including government, professional organizations, and private companies. Unfortunately, no standardized format for today`s spatial data has been agreed upon, so that data exists in a wide variety of formats and configurations.
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Autodesk Map 3d Display Manager Tutorial
Autodesk Map 3d Display Manager Tutorial
The tutorial takes you step-by-step through the Display Manager, a new feature in Autodesk Map 3D 2005 that lets you stylize selected objects in your map.
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Autodesk Map: Georeferencing Raster Images
Autodesk Map: Georeferencing Raster Images
In this tutorial, you`re going to learn how to import into AutoCAD Map and georeference a raster image‚ ¯how to assign spatial values such as direction and distance‚ ¯so that you can use the image effectively in a project.
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Autodesk Map: Generating Network Flood Traces
Autodesk Map: Generating Network Flood Traces
In this tutorial, you`ll use network topology to determine which locations are within a given distance from a point you specify.
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Autodesk Map: Adding External Reference Maps To Your Project
Autodesk Map: Adding External Reference Maps To Your Project
Quite frequently in your work with maps, you`ll want to use a specific mapped area that is shared over two (or more) different map files. In this tutorial we`ll look at two examples of how to link an external map to an existing project using Autodesk Map software.
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Autodesk Map: Defining Blocks
Autodesk Map: Defining Blocks
You can represent a point symbol in Autodesk Map drawing (DWG) files in a number of ways. Blocks are the most effective and common point type object used in Autodesk Map. When you`re starting a new project, it`s important to evaluate what blocks you must define to map your data.
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Autodesk Map: Using The Transform Tool
Autodesk Map: Using The Transform Tool
Autodesk Map 2004 provides a wide variety of tools that make editing and modifying existing map files easy. One of the most common problems in GIS is the need to use map files created by different users or at different times, which often results in maps that don't line up correctly onscreen.
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Autodesk Map: Linking To A Database
Autodesk Map: Linking To A Database
As you`ll learn in this tutorial for advanced users, linking an Autodesk Map file to a database for true GIS analysis capabilities is a straightforward process.
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Autodesk Map: Publishing Your Maps On The Internet
Autodesk Map: Publishing Your Maps On The Internet
This tutorial is designed to show you how you can share your maps online.
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Autodesk Map: Queries
Autodesk Map: Queries
Learn how to use Autodesk Map queries to select, modify, or label drawing objects, generate maps, combine or partition drawings, and any number of other operations.
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Autodesk Map: Shortest-route Maps
Autodesk Map: Shortest-route Maps
In this tutorial, you learn how to implement one variation of the Network Analysis tool, the Shortest-Path trace.
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Autodesk Map: Network Topology Analysis
Autodesk Map: Network Topology Analysis
In this tutorial, you learn how to implement one variation of the Network Analysis tool, the Shortest-Path trace.
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Autodesk Map: Georeferencing Satellite Images
Autodesk Map: Georeferencing Satellite Images
Georeferencing involves identifying the exact location of the lower-left corner of the image as well as assigning a unit of measurement to the image's east-west and north-south directions‚ ¯all within the confines of a mapping projection.
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Autodesk Map: Creating A Digital Map
Autodesk Map: Creating A Digital Map
If you work with maps in your job, you know there are numerous sources for computer-ready map outlines. But sooner or later you`re going to have to digitize a few maps on your own. This article is designed to make that digitizing process as straightforward as possible.
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Autodesk Map: Linking Your Database To Your Map
Autodesk Map: Linking Your Database To Your Map
Using databases is a commonplace in today's workplace. In the GIS workplace, linking a map drawing to a database can improve your decision-making process and your productivity. In this tutorial, you will learn how to use Autodesk Map software to link a Microsoft Access database table to a simple map file and then query the database.
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