- Open submenu
- Print: send the contents of the current window to
- Copy to clipboard: setting on the
options form determines if
this has marginalia automatically added.
- Save image--dumb
picture, useful only for documents or presentations.
- Save all maps as image: if they are all the same size, you can easily
then create a figure using
- Save map as registered image--dumb
picture, roundoff errors, but can be reopened in GIS program
- Save DEM/grid, with a variety of formats
possible, and option to reinterpolate.
- Save satellite image
- Create DEM to match map: create a blank UTM or lat/long grid to
match the map extent. Specify the grad spacing. Replaces the
following four options with a single selection.
- UTM, specify zone if two zones are on the map, and you want to
insure which will be used.
- WKT projection
- Save range circles: this will save the range circles as a shape
file, for display in other software or export to Google Earth.
- Save project: create DB that will
include all the DEMs and imagery open. This can be restored by
selecting the next menu choice, or automatically when the program starts if
you select the option on the
of the options form. Individual views
of the data sets will not be restored.
- Load feature grid
- Load CHM grid: green shading proportional to vegetation height.
Create CHM=DSM-NVS via map algebra.
- Load change grid
- Load vegetation (use with care; has not been tested recently)
- Load weapons fan
- Load LOS/topo profile
- Load subset landcover or population density: this is designed for large
datasets which are too large to effectively open on their own as a grid.
to load just the portion of the dataset which covers
the current map.
- Replay flight route
- Match other maps
- Graphics with all maps
- Big bitmap with all maps. make a single bitmap with all the
open maps. All maps should be the same size, and they will have
the area name printed below the map.
- Movie with all maps
- OpenGL with all maps
- View exif images
- Time maps
- Import: options that require a map to do the import to set geographic
limits for the extent. Be careful about trying this with too large a
- Shapefile after subset to match map extent
- GDAL raster subset to match map extent (probably has to be
geographic; useful for things like global land cover which are huge
- NASA/USGS download
- you will have to log in to your NASA account to download. There
will be a 404 file not found error message for any tiles that don't
- This will open a new tab on your browser for each file
- Files will be downloaded to your downloads directory
- You will have to unzip before using
- DEMs available
- Export map library: for all the selected series, export the files for
each DEM to a selected directory
- Close: close the active window to reduce screen