Magic Maps 1.4.9

Mind-mapping and data analysis tool
Magic Maps
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Magic Maps allows you to easily organize your ideas and can be used right out of the box without taking the time to learn everything about each function.

Each time you open Magic Maps you will be greeted by a Template Chooser that allows you to select one of the available templates and will generate a new Magic Maps document.

The project is then ready to be edited and when you are done you can save the result as a Magic Maps document (the file extension will be .magicmap).

Main features:

  • Core features:
  • Layer-based map presentation
  • Multiple data fields per layer
  • Timelines of data totals and averages
  • Click an entity to see its associated data
  • Select multiple entities with a selection box
  • "Top 100" list for any data field
  • Click "Play" to watch any map evolve over time
  • Multi-touch zooming and panning
  • Built-in geographic templates:
  • Countries of the world
  • U.S. states, counties, and metro areas
  • Canadian provinces, Mexican states, and a combined North America template
  • Australian states and territories
  • Link data against FIPS codes or state/country name
  • Versatile map export:
  • For print or presentations: Export vectorized PDF
  • For the web: Export PNG or SVG
  • For email: Command-C copies the current image to the clipboard
  • For spreadsheets: Export CSV data
  • For YouTube: Export QuickTime movies
  • For Google Earth: Export KML
  • For Google Public Data Explorer: Export Dataset Publishing Language (DSPL)
  • Add custom points:
  • Point-and-click to add a point
  • Manually enter decimal degrees or Degrees-Minutes-Seconds
  • Geocoding of U.S. place names (town, city, or ZIP code)
  • Batch CSV import
  • Add custom layers:
  • Import KML
  • Import ESRI Shapefiles
  • Import NASA GeoTIFF
  • Link data to custom layers
  • Fully customizable appearance:
  • Use the Paint tool to color a simple map
  • Choose colors to represent text categories or numeric ranges
  • Move labels by clicking and dragging
  • Leading lines connect labels to their source
  • Customize any fonts, colors, and sizes
  • NEW: Choose one of six shapes to represent points
  • NEW: Choose solid lines or one of four dash patterns
  • Optional drop shadows on shapes
  • Adjustable movie playback speed
  • Flexible data import:
  • Import data from CSV, KML, or Shapefiles
  • Copy-paste data directly from a spreadsheet
  • Support for UTF-8, Unicode, Latin-1, and Windows-1252 text encodings
  • Built-in math functions:
  • Year-over-year change in absolute or percentage terms
  • Sum multiple variables together
  • Divide one variable by another
  • Scale by powers of 10
  • Compute rolling average
  • Compute weighted average
  • Interpolate missing years
  • Professional map projections:
  • Albers Equal Area
  • Lambert Conformal Conic
  • Mercator
  • Winkel Tripel
  • Instantly preview map projections
  • Customize central meridian and standard parallels
  • Basic GIS functionality:
  • Count points within an area
  • Aggregate point data within an area
  • Draw a radius of a specified distance around points
  • Compute distance to nearest point on another layer
  • Perform simple queries using Smart Layers
  • Area and length computations

last updated on:
November 1st, 2014, 10:13 GMT
file size:
46.3 MB
price:
$39.99
 
license type:
Demo 
developed by:
Evan Miller
operating system(s):
Mac OS X 10.7 or later
binary format:
Intel only
category:
Home \ Utilities
Magic Maps

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What's New in This Release:
  • Opening large GeoTIFF files is now much faster
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