New Release: Maptitude 2018 Adds Enhanced MapPoint Features!
Maptitude 2018 dominates the space vacated by MapPoint, supporting Microsoft MapPoint-like tools & queries. With enhanced versions of the features that MapPoint users are familiar with, Maptitude retains the ease-of-use of MapPoint while providing functionality that Microsoft MapPoint users could only wish for.
The new and improved tools include:
Maptitude tools that were never available in MapPoint:
Maptitude is Feature Equivalent to MapPoint and supports MapPoint files:
Imports MapPoint PTM files
Unlimited layers and geocoding
Radius and drive-time tools
Export to Excel
“Ease of moving territories, obtaining census data and plotting territories to that data. Beautiful interface and several ways to customize the product and exports. The ability to pull in my older MapPoint files and data was a huge plus!”
“Easy to use and speedy to map, comparable for ease of use to the discontinued MapPoint but offers lots of stronger features. The Video tutorials are a really good resource.”
This month's featured map uses the Maptitude 2018 percent change in mean income data for the United States. This data is available for ZIP Codes, Counties, States, and many other layers. The ten metropolitan areas (MSAs) with the greatest positive and negative changes between 2015 and 2016 are shown in the map above. The largest increase in mean income was in Victoria, Texas at (6.45%), followed by College Station/Bryan, Texas (6.42%), and Albany, Oregon and Pocatello, Idaho (6.09%). Pine Bluff, Arkansas (-1.85%) had the largest decrease in mean income, followed by Elmira, New York (-1.52%), and Arecibo, Puerto Rico (-1.25%).
Maptitude 2018 makes it easy to name and identify your drive-time rings, and to quickly export a demographic report for those rings.
When you have followed the steps to create a drive-time ring as shown in the Tech Tip above or in this video, you can click in the Drive-Time Rings toolbox to create a report for those rings.
This report can be saved in many formats simply by choosing File > Export Document and then by choosing one of the formats listed such as PDF File or XLSX File.
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