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Release date- 12082014 -
This release features a new polygon 'Area of Use' extension to the datasource, updated US NGS's VDatum tidal datum model, and new concatenated coordinate transform class for more flexible and powerful transformations. Blue Marble's geospatial data manipulation, visualization and conversion solutions are used worldwide by thousands of GIS analysts at software, oil and gas, mining, civil engineering, surveying, and technology companies, as well as governmental and university organizations.
GeoCalc is a fully object-oriented class library for software developers. The fully managed .NET version of GeoCalc streamlines the development process as 32 and 64 bit compatibility issues are handled entirely by Visual Studio. This fully managed SDK is built on
GeoCalc 7.0 fully managed .NET version features a new polygon 'Area of Use' extension to the datasource. This new functionality includes updating the 'Envelope' data type to 'Area of Use' as well as introducing a new map interface into the transformation selection dialog, providing a display for polygons that can be used for selecting transformations, and the ability to filter results based on detailed area definitions identified by the user. These polygons put a powerful tool for selecting the best geographic reference systems and transformation at the user's fingertips. The 'Area of Use' extension also gives direct access to the underlying raw point datasets contained within the polygon, allowing developers to create an interface for users to visually see on a map where a coordinate system or transformation is intended to be used.
This release also features added support for the NOAA-NGS VDatum system allowing for tidal vertical references along the US coast. This tidal model is primarily used in
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