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Me and my mapplications

Can I Do It? Yes I Can!

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by , 03-27-2008 at 04:49 PM (3111 Views)
OK, so I have only done half of it, and I am pushing a thousand lines of javascript, and I am not 100% happy with the appearance.
Never mind my calculus, geometry, and trigonomentry teachers are bashing heads on who taught me all of the tricks that I used to do it.

What we have here is a heavily updated version of that blue blob from last week. I am using the same base map with the same spy satellite crashing into Downtown Milwaukee
What I need to do is to get the equations a little tweaked, add more lines of resolution to the plume, and then duplicate it for the other side

But I can map/graph in 3D. You can click on the image below to get a 1024x768 version, which is almost from the same vantage point.
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  1. CBP's Avatar
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    Hello,

    I have just started using MapPoint 2006 and still trying to familiarize myself with the software. I work for a manufacturer and I am trying to plot various dealer price points across the US. Is there a way to plot various points and show the actual price associated with each point on the map?


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