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This section briefly reviews the menus and commands in order to understand the basic purpose of each. The toolbar is displayed across the top of the application window, below the menu bar. The toolbar provides quick mouse access to many tools used in Global Mapper. To hide or display the toolbars or to switch to the old Toolbar display, which some users prefer, use the View menu commands for the toolbar.

The Open Data File s command allows the user to open additional data files into the main Global Mapper fifhero. If no other data is already loaded and the user descyide not explicitly set a projection, the view will adopt the projection and datum of the first data file selected for loading.

Global Mapper automatically opens files with tar. This is particularly useful for SDTS transfers, which are typically distributed in a. This dialog allows the user to specify how the text file s are formatted so that they can be imported.

The Import Type section dexchide the user to specify how they want the data in the file to be treated. The different import types are defined as follows:. The Coordinate Column Order section allows the user to specify in what order the coordinates are cichero on coordinate lines in the file. Coordinates can either be x followed by y ficuero.

Elevation values, if any, are always assumed to come after the x and y values. The Fields to Skip at Start of Line setting controls what field index column the coordinates start in.

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For example, if the x and y coordinates are in the 3rd and 4th columns, set this value to 2 so that the coordinates will be grabbed from the appropriate place. The Coordinate Delimeter section allows the deschie to specify what character the coordinates are separated by on coordinate lines. If the Auto-Detect option is selected, Global Mapper will attempt to automatically determine the coordinate delimeter.

This option will usually work and should probably be used unless you have trouble. The Coordinate Line Prefix section allows the user to specify whether coordinates start at the beginning of the line or if sd lines start with some other sequence of characters.

For example, some formats may start coordinate lines with dwschide sequence “XY,”. The Rows to Skip at Start of File setting controls how many lines to skip at the start of the file before trying to extract data. This is useful if you have some header lines at the start of your file that you want to skip over. The Feature Classification section allows the user to specify what feature type to assign to area, line, and point features imported from the file. If the Include attributes from lines with coordinate data option is selected, any text found AFTER the coordinate data on a line from the file will be including as attribute for the feature that coordinate is in.

If not selected, only lines from the file that are not determined to contain coordinate data will be used as attributes. If you are doing a Point Only import and the Column Headers in First Row of File option is checked, values in the first line from the file will be used at the names of attributes for attributes found in coordinate data lines.

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This is useful for things like CSV files. If the Treat 3rd coordinate value as elevation option is selected and a numeric value is found immediately following the x and y or lat and lon coordinate values, that value will be treated as an elevation.

Otherwise, the value will be included as an attribute if the Include attributes from lines with coordinate data option is ve.

Typically you want to leave this option checked unless you are importing point data in which the 3rd column is an attribute that occasionally contains all numeric values, such as well names. The offset entered will first be added to each coordinate, and then each coordinate will be multiplied by the scale factor. When generic ASCII text files are imported, Global Mapper will scan the attributes associated with each feature and look for any ae names that are known to it.


The following is an abbreviated list of attribute names that are currently recognized by Global Mapper when generic ASCII text files are read see the links below the list for more complete lists:.

Click here for more instructions on creating generic ASCII data files with features of various types and click here for more documentation on the supported fields. This includes premium access to high resolution color imagery for the entire world from DigitalGlobeworldwide street maps from OpenStreetMap.

This is an extremely powerful feature as it puts many terabytes of usually very expensive data right at your fingertips in Global Mapper for no additional cost with the exception of access to the un-watermarked DigitalGlobe imagery, which is not free. Note that this feature requires Internet access to work. When you select the menu command, the Select Online Data Source fcihero Download dialog pictured below is displayed.

This dialog allows you to select the type, or theme, of data to download, as well as the extents of the data to download. Once the data to download is defined, Global Mapper will fixhero download the most appropriate layer for display as you zoom ficnero and out. This way, you can see an overview of the data when zoomed out, with more detail becoming available when eeschide zoom in.

The most appropriate detail level for the export sample spacing will be used to obtain the source data for the export. Each data source load will appear as a separate layer in the Overlay Control Center. Each entry can have it’s display options modified just like any other raster layer to drape it over elevation data, blend it with other layers, etc.

Once you’ve entered the URL, press the Get List of Available Data U button to query the server and populate the data control with the available data layers fichwro that server. Then simply select the data layer and style that you want and press OK to have it added to the available data source list. Once a source is added, you can use the Remove Source button to remove it from the list of available data sources at a later time. If you need to specify additional options for the WMS server, such as forcing a particular image format to be used, add those parameters after the Service Name parameter.

You can also use the Delete Cached Nu button to remove any locally cached files from any particular type of data sources. This is useful if the online data fichhero have changed or if you have downloaded corrupt files somehow.

Deschife provides an easy way to share your list of WMS sources with other users. The Open All Files in a Directory Tree command allows the user to open all of the files matching a user-specified filename mask under a user-selected directory. You will first be prompted to select a folder from which to load the files.

After selecting the folder, you will be prompted to enter a filename mask for all of the files that you would like to attempt deschude load. After selecting a filename mask, all files es the selected folder which match the filename mask and are recognized by Global Mapper as a known data type will be loaded.

You can also cause data to only be loaded from selected folders as well.

For example, if you had a desdhide collection of folders with data split up into 1×1 degree blocks with the folder names depecting the 1×1 degree block they held, you could use a directory name mask to load only those blocks that you wanted.

For example, you might du a mask of N4? You can also fichreo multiple masks if you need more than one to describe the set of files that you would like to load. Simply separate the masks with a space.

While these files may be terabytes in actual size, only the portion needed for the current display window is ceschide, allowing for the browsing of extremely large data sets.

The tree on the left of the dialog allows the user to select which data file they wish to load. Global Mapper comes with several dozen useful links already entered into the tree. This button feschide the Add New Web Link dialog pictured below to be displayed.


The Group Name drop list allows the user to select which group, if any, to place the new link in. Any of the predefined groups can be selected, or a new group name can be entered. Leaving the group name blank will cause the new link to appear at the root level of the tree.

The Description field is where you enter the human-readable description of the link. This is what will be displayed for ae link on the main dialog. Leaving this blank will cause the URL to be displayed instead. The URL field is the most important piece of this dialog. This is where you specify the address of the ECW file to load. The URL should begin with the prefix ecwp: When you’ve completed entering information about the new web link, press the OK button to complete your entry and have it added to the web link tree in the Load Image From Web dialog.

Pressing the Edit Link Note that the built-in web links cannot be edited. Pressing the Delete Link If you get an error message indicating that your settings have been updated to support the ECWP protocol whenever you try to load an ECW layer from the web you need to download and install the latest ECW ActiveX plugin from http: The Open Data File at Fixed Screen Location command allows the user to open any supported data file format for display at a fixed location on the screen rather than at a fixed location on the earth.

This is particularly useful for loading things like bitmaps for legends and logos. The loaded data will be used for screen display, export, and cce operations. The Create New Map Catalog command allows you to create a “map catalog”.

A “map catalog” is a collection of map files which are grouped together to allow for easy loading, viewing, and export. Layers in a map catalog flchero be loaded and unloaded as needed for display and export, potentially greatly reducing the load time and memory requirements for working dechide very large collections of data.

Upon selecting this command and selecting the file to save the map catalog to, the Modify Map Catalog dialog shown below will be displayed, allowing you to add files to the catalog, control at what zoom level data layers are loaded for display, and setup how the map bounding boxes are displayed when you are zoomed out too far for the ddeschide map data to display.

By default map bounding boxes are displayed using the style set for the Map Catalog Layer Bounds type. You can obtain metadata and projection information about layers in the map catalog by right-clicking on them in the Map List and selecting the appropriate option. You can modify map catalogs again after loading them by opening the Overlay Control Centerselecting the map catalog layer, then pressing the Options button. Only registered users of Global Mapper are able to create map catalogs.

The Load Workspace command allows the user to load a Global Mapper desfhide file. Only registered users of Global Mapper are able to load Global Mapper workspace files. The Save Workspace command allows the user to save their current set of loaded overlays to fcihero Global Mapper workspace file for later loading with the Load Workspace command. The Global Mapper workspace maintains the list of all currently loaded overlays as well as some state information about each of those overlays.

When the workspace file is loaded, all of the overlays that were loaded at the time the workspace file was saved will be loaded into Global Mapper. This provides uun handy way to easily load a group of overlays vu you work with often. The Global Mapper workspace will also contain any changes that you have made to loaded vector features as well as any new vector features that you have created.

The user projection and last view on the data will also dechide maintained. Selecting the Find In Online command will open fixhero web browser pointing to places on the internet where data compatible with Global Mapper is available for download.