SuperGIS Desktop 3.1a and SuperGIS Spatial Statistical Analyst 3.0 Officially Launched

Supergeo announced that SuperGIS Desktop 3.1a and SuperGIS Spatial Statistic Analyst 3.0 are launched officially.

SuperGIS Desktop 3.1a can effectively assist users from domains in displaying, editing, managing, querying and analyzing diverse spatial data easily with the comprehensive and plentiful GIS tools and friendly manipulation environment. In addition to improving stability and efficiency of manipulation, the newest edition adds SuperGIS Toolkit to provide hundreds of GIS analysis functions. Through Process Designer of SuperGIS Desktop 3.1a, users are able to define geoprocessing functions and workflows to meet their needs and process single data or batch data directly.

Working with SuperGIS Desktop 3.1a, SuperGIS Spatial Statistical Analyst 3.0 is an application which integrates geographical statistical analyses with GIS to conduct analyses. Through Spatial Statistical Analyst 3.0, users can apply spatial statistical analyses on spatial data to comprehend variability and dependence of these data, and improve abilities on spatial data determining analysis of GIS.

SuperGIS Desktop 3.1a and Spatial Statistical Analyst 3.0 now are launched officially. To know the relevant information or the newest trial of our products, please visit Supergeo website: http://www.supergeotek.com/download_6.aspx , or contact us with e-mail: staff@supergeotek.com.

         

 

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