Windows Menu Structure
MICRODEM is designed with a standard Windows MDI interface. A
parent window fills the screen, and child windows can be arranged
on it. A toolbar on the top of the
screen reflects the major options. Each child window will have
its own toolbar. The toolbars can be hidden using the options menu. The main menu across
the top changes to reflect the options available in the currently
active child window, indicated by a blue highlight. The options
will also vary according to the menu structure for the version of
the program you are running.
click on the map popup menu
The following choices may appear on the main menu. Some
require that data be loaded. The contents of some menus will
change depending on the active child window.
- File: selects new data
sets, printing and save the image in the active window,
and close the current window. This menu also
selects new data sets.
- Modify: change
parameters that define the image in the currently active
window. These will vary with the contents of the window.
- Overlay: plot
additional information on the active map window.
- Calculate: perform
calculations from the digital data.
(requires the cartography options to be enabled).
- Raster GIS: operations on
a gridded, raster GIS data set (a.k.a. a DEM)
- Image analysis--satellite
- GPS: operations with NMEA
- Info, information on the map,
pixel size and percentage of the data displayed.
- Database: open a vector GIS database.
- View: create another
view of the current data set in another window.
- Analyze: do analyses of
- Oceanographic data: plot CTD or light meter data. There is also
an option to import MEDS file format CTD data
- Point Clouds.
(requires cartography options to be enabled).
- Register an image
- Options: set various
arrange the open windows on the screen, select the
active window, or save/restore projects.
- Help: access the on line help, or check on system
Last revision 4/17/2017