지도 작성의 혁신
- MapViewer CDs
- MapViewer Getting Started Guide
- 무료 기술 지원
MapViewer는 지도를 이용한 통계 자료 작성 프로그램으로 지역별 인구 밀도나 상품 판매량 등의 지역 관련 통계 자료를 작성할 수 있습니다. MapViewer는 지역별 인구 밀도나 상품 판매량 등과 같이 지도를 이용해 표현할 필요가 있는 통계 자료를 분석 및 표시할 수 있는 소프트웨어로 분석 전문가로부터 중소기업 및 대기업, 정부 기관까지 다양한 곳에서 활용할 수 있습니다.
A thematic map visually represents the geographic
distribution of your data. MapViewer will help you to:
- understand demographics
- define sales or insurance territories
- outline marketing strategies
- track population trends
- show ecological distribution
- display any geographically distributed data
With MapViewer, you are not limited to the boundaries
and data included in the program. You can import boundary files and data
files in a number of formats to create truly customized maps!
Features Would You Like to Learn About?
MapViewer provides you with several map types to
present your data in the most informative way possible. You can combine most map
types in a single window to present several types of data in a single map. The
MapViewer map types include:
Base maps contain boundaries without any data representation. Base maps can
be used with other maps to show features such as roads, streams, city
locations, boundaries that have no data associated with them, and so on.
Pin maps are point location maps that draw a
point at a particular location on a map.
Hatch maps use colors and fill patterns to
represent data ranges or classes of data for each area on the map.
Density maps also called dot density maps, use symbols to represent data values for areas on a map. On a density map, each
symbol represents some data value, so the number of symbols drawn in an area is in
relation to the data values associated with that area.
Gradient maps display a continuous range of colors by interpolating between discrete data
Cartograms represent data values by changing the size of the associated area object. The Dorling cartogram replaces the original shape with a
Symbol maps place a scaled symbol on an area,
curve, or point location on the map. The symbols are scaled in proportion to
the data values represented for each area or point.
Territory maps group objects into territories and provide statistical information about the data associated with each set of objects.
Pie maps are a way to represent several data
values by drawing a proportionally sized pie chart for each location.
Bar maps are a way to represent several data
values by drawing a bar chart for each location.
Line Graph Maps
Line graph maps show line graphs of the data
at each centroid location. By looking at a single line graph, you can see
how the individual data value relates to the whole data set.
Prism maps draw each area, curve, or point as a raised prism,
where the height of the prism is relative to the associated data value.
Classed colors can also be assigned to prism map boundary objects, allowing
you to display two variables on a single map!
Flow maps show data based on line thickness. Flow map lines can be
drawn from one base map object to another, or you can associate a data file
with a base map of curves to create a flow map.
Boundary and Data Files
The following is a list of boundary and data files included with MapViewer.
These files are suitable for creating a wide variety of maps. You can download MapViewer's boundary and data files from Golden Software's web site. You
can also create custom boundaries by combining existing boundaries or by using
the drawing tools. MapViewer can import boundary files in several different
formats so you can also use files created in other applications.
The MapViewer CD-ROM contains Golden Software's
entire library of data files and boundary files.
- AKcity.bna - WYcity.bna: point locations of
cities in latitude/longitude coordinates
- State_Capitols_48.bna, State_Capitols_50.bna - Locations of the state capitols of the 48 contiguous United States and
of all states.
- UScity.gsb - Locations of over 500 major US cities.
- WorldCap.gsb - Locations of over 170 world capital cities.
- WorldCity.gsb - Locations of over 280 cities of the world.
- WorldCity.dat: contains latitude/longitude
point locations of miscellaneous world cities in Golden Software Data [.DAT]
- The DLG directory contains USGS 1:2,000,000 scale
DLG files converted to the Golden Software Boundary [.GSB] file format.
US County 1990
- AK.gsb-WY.gsb: 1990 county boundary files, primary IDs are
- AK.dat-WY.dat: 1990 US Census data for each county
- US48.gsb: map of the counties of the 48 contiguous United
States based on 1990 county
- US48.dat: 1990 US Census data for the 48
contiguous United States
- AK-HiRes.gsb-WY-HiRes.gsb: high-resolution year 1990 county
US County 2000
- AK2000.gsb-WY2000.gsb: 2000 county boundary files, primary
IDs are FIPS codes
- AK2000.dat-WY2000.dat: 2000 US Census data for each county
- US48.gsb: map of the 48 contiguous United
States based on 2000
- US48.dat: 2000 US Census data for the 48
contiguous United States
- AK2000_HiRes.gsb-WY2000_HiRes.gsb: high-resolution year
2000 county boundaries
- US48_HiRes.gsb: high-resolution map of the
48 contiguous United States based on 2000 county boundaries
- Climate_divisions.gsb: US climatic divisions
- CMSA.gsb: Consolidated Metropolitan
Statistical Areas for the United States
- CMSA&MSA.gsb: Consolidated Metropolitan
Statistical Areas and Metropolitan Statistical Areas for the United States
- CD106.gsb: US Congressional districts
for the 106th Congress
- CD108.gsb: US Congressional districts
for the 108th Congress
- HI_islands.gsb: Hawaiian islands with the
island names for primary IDs
- PMSA&MSA.gsb: Primary Metropolitan
Statistical Areas and Metropolitan Statistical Areas for the United States
- US48.gsb: Contiguous 48 United States
- US50.gsb: United States map in Unprojected
Lat/Long, Alaska and Hawaii in the correct locations
- US50.dat: 1990 Census data for each state
- US502000.dat: 2000 Census data for each state
- US50alb.gsb: United States map in Albers
projection, Alaska and Hawaii by Southwest US
- US50ll.gsb: United States map in Unprojected
Lat/Long, Alaska and Hawaii by Southwest US
- UScity.gsb: point location of select US cities
- USintll.gsb: major US interstates, highways,
- USStatePlane.gsb: US zones for the state plane
- USTimeZones.gsb: time zone boundaries for the
This folder contains the townships of the Public Land Survey System (PLSS).
There is one file for each of the thirty states covered by the PLSS.
This folder contains the major roads and highways of the United States.
There is one file per state, plus one file of the whole United States.
This folder contains 1st level administrative boundaries for over 110
countries around the world. The administrative boundaries may define states,
provinces, regions, or other administrative areas within a country's borders.
- Afghanistan.gsb-Zimbabwe.gsb: administrative boundaries for various
- Africa.gsb: African countries
- Antarcal.gsb: Antarctica Albers
- Antarcll.gsb: Antarctica Unprojected
- Asia.gsb: Asian countries
- Camerica.gsb: Central American countries
- Europe.gsb: European countries
- Namerica.gsb: North American countries
- Oceania.gsb: Australia, New Zealand, and
neighboring island nations
- Pacificn.gsb: Pacific view of the world,
negative coordinates from -360 to 0
- Pacificp.gsb: Pacific view of the world,
positive coordinates from 0 to 360
- Russia.gsb: Russia boundary
- Russia-proj.gsb: Russia boundary split
at 180 degrees
- Samerica.gsb: South American countries
- World.gsb: all countries in the world
- World-proj.gsb: all countries in the
world, Russia and Alaska split at 180 degrees
- World.dat: 1990 data for countries
- Worldcap.gsb: point locations of country
- AKzip3.gsb-WYzip3.gsb: three-digit ZIP code
sectional centers for the United States
- AKzip5-a.gsb-WYzip5-a.gsb: five-digit ZIP code
area boundaries for the United States
- AKzip5-p.gsb-WYzip5-p.gsb: US Post Office
point locations for five-digit ZIP codes
Boundaries from Other Applications
MapViewer can import boundary information in
several different vector and bitmap formats. These include:
- Golden Software GSM, GSB, BLN, PLT, GSI
- Atlas BNA
- USGS DDF (SDTS), DLG, LGO, LGS
- AutoCAD DXF
- Windows Metafile EMF, WMF, CLP
- Bitmap formats include TIF, BMP, TGA, PCX,
GIF, DCX, JPG, PCT, WPG, PNG
- Georeferenced bitmaps
- ESRI SHP, E00
- MapInfo MIF
Also, you can read coordinates from worksheet
data files to place point locations on the map. Data files containing any type
of coordinates can be used to indicate points.
MapViewer creates thematic maps by linking
worksheet data to areas or points on the map. If you need to display your own
data on a map, MapViewer includes a full-featured worksheet that allows you to
display, enter, edit, and save your data. You can read data files in many
formats, including XLS, SLK, WKx, CSV, TXT, DAT, MDB, DBF, DB, BNA, and BLN. In
the worksheet you can transform, sort, and calculate statistics on your data.
There are many additional features that MapViewer
- Export your map to HTML with working hyperlinks.
- Use the geocoding function to convert US street addresses to latitude/longitude coordinates suitable for making a pin map.
- Create Thiessen Polygons from a point data set to define regions of influence.
- Add graticules, legends, and scale bars to
- Limit the map to selected coordinates or a
- Query the map and show the results in several
- Use one of the several map managers to easily
keep track of your map
- Several reports such as centroid report, data
for the selected object, and a general map report are available
- Measure the distance between selected Primary
IDs or click on the map to find distances
- Annotate your maps with text using any
typeface, size, or color
- Hyperlink locations on your map to a web site or any type of file
- Display information associated with areas,
curves, and points on your map.
- Display place names, data information, or any
type of text on your maps
- Create circles, squares, rectangles, polylines,
polygons, or symbols at any location on the map
- Create multi-layered maps to present more
- Zoom in on areas to show different levels of
- Create custom colors, line styles, and fill
- Create maps using any coordinate system and
recalibrate maps to use any coordinate system
- Use one of the 25+ map projections
- Convert areas to curves, curves to areas, and
drawing objects to areas
- Edit polylines with break curve, reshape, and
- View the data and the map simultaneously
- Move or copy map features between map layers
- Turn on or off the display of any map or page
- Many more!
- Operating System: Windows 98, Me, 2000, XP, or higher
- 70 MB of free hard disk space
- 800 X 600 x 256 color minimum monitor resolution