The Java Map Editor is an application for viewing and editing maps in various formats. It was originally written for producing maps of whale distributions for Web pages but has grown out of control. Feel free to contact me if you want to know more. The editor uses Java 1.2 and Swing. It should run on any Java 2 environment, and has been tested on Solaris, Linux, Windows and Mac OS X. There are some screenshots of the viewer's user interface and some maps available. There is also a collection of random documents describing parts of the Map Editor. This is a little scrappy at present, but I'm doing my best to find the time to fill it in. There's also a plugins page giving details of existing (working and experimental) plugins. The Java Map Editor is an application for viewing and editing maps in various formats. It was originally written for producing maps of whale distributions for Web pages but has grown out of control. Feel free to contact me if you want to know more. The editor uses Java 1.2 and Swing. It should run on any Java 2 environment, and has been tested on Solaris, Linux, Windows and Mac OS X. Imports: GIF, TIFF, JPEG, PNG, raw raster, DEM, GEBCO, ESRI Shapefile, DXF, CSV/TSV, various proprietary binary and ASCII formats Drawing and editing tools: Polylines, Polygons, Bezier curves, Freehand polylines, Arcs, Circles, Rectangles, Text, Symbols Plugin mechanism for adding your own tools, menu items, import and export modules, projections, coordinate systems, data sources Source.


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