CartaLinx is used to create coverages, consisting of the spatial definitions of features in vector format, and associated attribute values files. These data are then typically exported to a GIS.
CartaLinx accepts data from a variety of sources, including the use of a mouse as a coordinate input device, CoGo bearing and distance measurements, and any GPS device capable of outputting NMEA1 format data records over an RS-232C cable connection. Over 500 digitizing tablets are also supported through the Virtual Tablet Interface™, sold separately.
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The CartaLinx password is: 153CLARK_UNIVERSITY*351641056833*2N8L6C0
CartaLinx uses a full topological editor/digitizing system with capabilities for:
CartaLinx also has significant analytical and mapping capabilities, including:
Extensive import/export capabilities, including: