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MapList-Flat is a fairly straightforward application designed to help you display and analyze spatial data on a flat world map, and it comes equipped with a number of other handy tools.
It can use either the NASA Blue Marble image or static background maps downloaded from MapQuest, and it supports several popular file formats.
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The NASA Blue Marble image is already loaded when launching the application, but you can replace it with any other map of your choice, provided it uses the linear equirectangular projection.
The MapQuest static maps can be loaded automatically, but it is worth noting that an Internet connection is required in order to download them. These use a modified Mercator projection, and MapList-Flat takes this factor into account when switching between various map types.
It is possible to load waypoints or map grid data from various sources, including GPX, KML, CSV and AMG files, and then specify which items should be displayed on the map.
Additionally, MapList-Flat Crack enables you to plot satellite pointing angles for a satellite located at any latitude, longitude or altitude, draw circles on a map at a fixed distance from a center point and plot satellite orbit ground tracks using TLE data files.
The resulting map, complete with data that has been loaded from other sources or generated using the available tools, can be exported to a PNG, JPG, BMP or TGA image file.
MapList-Flat is quite accessible to novices, as no prior experience with similar software is required to understand how the application works. Moreover, the extensive documentation can come to the aid of users who run into any issues.
To sum up, this is a versatile and easy-to-use program that enables you to load and analyze spatial data using a flat world map. It comes equipped with several useful tools and features a minimalistic, intuitive UI.
|Package size||8.5 MB|
|Supported systems||Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit|
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