Although Winwaed Software Technology LLC is primarily involved in geospatial software, we do work on other areas. One of these is "Natural Language Processing" and we have a new venture in this arena called Mr Web Hound.
Mr Web Hound is a website plagiarism detector. Give Mr Web Hound your web page(s) and he will scan the web looking for possible copies of your valuable web content.
Mr Web Hound is clever enough to detect re-written text, and this is where the Natural
We have just released the first version of MPExporter, our new spatial data export add-in for Microsoft MapPoint.
MPExporter can export all accessible data (**) from Microsoft MapPoint to KML, interactive HTML (using Bing Maps or Google Maps), and SVG(*).
This includes shapes, datasets, pushpin sets, and routes.
MPExporter has two license levels: Basic and Professional. The Professional license adds the ability to export shaded area datasets as actual shapes.
Over the next few weeks, I'm rolling out a series of updates to the Mapping-Tools product line of tools and extensions for Microsoft MapPoint. Most of these fix a problem seen during the installer which appears on user accounts with restricted permissions. This fix has also been released in MPRouteWriter 3.6.
Today, MPCluster v2.3 was released. This performs cluster analysis in your MapPoint datasets.
See http://www.mpcluster.com for further information and a free trial download.
This Issue's Contents at a Glance
- MP2K Magazine Youtube Channel Including Super Bowl Animation
- A Couple MapPoint 2013 Bugs/Errors and Workarounds
- TIP: Using MapPoint's Territory Feature and Demographics Together
- TIP: How to use a Pop-up Progressbar with your MapPoint Excel VBA Macro
- TIP: Print Maps Larger Than Your Printer Spanning Two or More Pages
- More Forum Highlights
- Get Published in MP2K Magazine
- The Texas Bluebird Society Uses MapPoint to Split up and Prioritize a Mailing List
We put this together to demonstrate how MapPoint can be used to make animated maps.
The video shows all of the past Superbowl contests. The logo for each team is displayed over their home city and lines show where the actual game took place. Textboxes at the top of the screen show details including attendance and the final score.