The mappings can also be sorted in either ascending order (Ascending Mapping) or descending order (Descending Mapping). Even more options include the ability to organize features by unique values or selections, order the mappings by documenting value or selection, use an offset map and scale, and even separate each mapping depending upon feature and sorting factors.
Deleting features is also very easy. Features can be deleted using a mouse or keyboard in one of several ways, including a keyboard shortcut assigned to the function of the feature to be deleted, using the Feature Manager to assign deletion functions to specific features, or the features can be built into one or more dynamic displays and you can choose to delete them from a menu.
Users can add, edit, and remove geospatial reference data from the map, use Generalized Additive Models (GAM) for spatial interpolation, and choose a tile filling method among several options including: Equal, Random, Interpolate, and Concentric. The Generalized Additive Model (GAM) also has the additional ability to display standard error ellipses for smoother results and to create isopleth maps, which can be cut and pasted directly into highlighting convention vector maps.
The software supports block annotation of geospatial features in a document or map recording the attribute information of the features. Blocks can be created, edited, moved, copied, and reproduced and allow use of both raster and vector data.
Prior to exporting a file, users can send it to a mail server and choose whether or not they want the mail attachment to display a preview or not. Users can also change some properties of the mappings including the unit of measurement, customizing the printing data, and choosing to activate the Spell Checker and to check spellings and case sensitivity. d2c66b5586