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Charting and Analysis
AccuGlobe 2007 provides the user with powerful charting and analysis tools. In addition to the built in charting wizard, AccuGlobe 2007 allows the user to export filtered data as a comma delimited text file. The user now has unlimited freedom in choosing a more specialized spreadsheet program.
Integrated Structure Editor
An integrated Structure Editor means that editing features within your shapefiles is fast and easy.
Advanced Select By Attributes
With a redesigned query builder, it only takes a few clicks to filter the data you want to select or view. In the screen below, we used Select By Attributes to select all Amtrak routes in Northern Ohio. Our Value Theme Properties prescribe that selected elements be colored red.
Edit Multiple Layers
Many instances arise when you need to apply the same properties to many layers. In AccuGlobe 2007, when more than one layer is selected, it is possible to edit both layers' properties at the same time.
With Legend Grouping, large projects become easier to manage. When more than one layer is selected, the Layer Grouping menu options become available. Here, you can Group, Ungroup, Rename and Delete group layers...its as easy as that.
Easy Attribute Editing
Editing Attributes is as easy as it should be. Simply edit the layer attributes table.
Anti-Aliasing and Label Halo
Not only is it important that maps are easy to create, it's important that they look good too. With Halo Effect for labels, you don't have to worry about conflicting background colors. "The Jaggies" are not exactly a technical term, but you are probably familiar with it. We've utilized anti-aliasing algorithms so that lines look smooth.