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Maptitude for Redistricting Software

Can I publish redistricting plans and other maps and data on the Internet or my intranet?

There are three ways you can publish redistricting plans and other maps and data on the Internet and your intranet. The simplest way is to choose Redistricting-Plan Utilities-Publish Plan to HTML. Maptitude for Redistricting turns the plan map and Districts dataview into static HTML page that you can publish on your web site.

The second way is to export your plan layer to a Google Earth Compressed (.kmz) document. These documents can be shared online and added directly to any Google Earth window on a desktop or mobile device. This method allows viewers to zoom in and out and obtain information on the characteristics you include.

The best way is to create interactive web applications where the user can zoom the map to any location and display the relevant information. Caliper has an easy-to-use and cost-effective solution called Maptitude for the Web.

Maptitude for the Web is a special edition of Maptitude Geographic Information System (GIS) software. Maptitude for the Web includes all of the regular capabilities of Maptitude, plus special capabilities that make it easy to design, test and publish interactive map applications on your web site.

Web applications are created from a Maptitude map and a MapplicationĀ® (application template). Maptitude for the Web provides a special user interface that lets you combine a Maptitude map with a Mapplication to create a dynamic web application. Maptitude for the Web applications can be implemented as independent, interactive map applications, or they can be embedded within an existing web application to support end-user mapping requirements. Once created, Maptitude for the Web applications can be published on a server to be accessed by users on your organization's intranet or on the Internet.

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