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Maptitude for Redistricting

Alternative to AutoBound

Maptitude for Redistricting is the professional tool for political redistricting. It is used by a supermajority of the state legislatures, political parties, and public interest groups. Designed with the help of redistricting professionals, state legislatures, and political parties, Maptitude for Redistricting has the features redistricters want and is easy to learn and use. There are many benefits when you use Maptitude for Redistricting as a replacement for AutoBound:

  • Organize plans, create any number of plan types, and save them as plan templates
  • Create new plans from a map, template, or existing plan
  • Import and merge plans created by Maptitude for Redistricting or other redistricting software
  • Add political data and election results
  • Designate the control field, number of districts, ideal value, and summary fields
  • Easily manage districts
  • Capture the current status of a plan as a snapshot
  • Display attributes for any layer using labels, themes, or dataviews
  • Identify communities of interest
  • Easily find unassigned areas
  • List all noncontiguous portions of districts
  • Compute measures of compactness
  • Export a plan to standard equivalency file formats
  • Integrate your plans with Google Maps and Google Earth
  • Generate and print over 35 reports and group reports together in report sets
  • Print a complete plan

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Maptitude for Redistricting replacement for AutoBound

Maptitude for Redistricting replacement for AutoBound

“ The redistricting tools in Maptitude are significantly more advanced than Autobound, and Maptitude is much faster at key steps. In one state, we were sharing plans across a team of three GIS technicians and among about 3 public groups who had their own GIS capability. Our team and the two outside groups could create an equivalency file, put it on a disk to share, and get it open and fully working on another Maptitude computer in under 10 minutes. We would often provide and receive plans in the fifteen minutes before a Redistricting Commission meeting began, and then all of us could view and discuss the plans live on any computer for the hearing. The one poor guy using Autobound took between one and four HOURS to import an equivalency file, depending on the number of districts in the plan, so he typically had to look on with someone's Maptitude software during the meeting.”

Douglas Johnson, National Demographics Corporation