MAPublisher 繪圖軟體無縫集成了超過50個GIS 製圖工具到Adobe Illustrator環境中，幫助你創建你想要的地圖。導入被廣泛使用的GIS數據格式，包括來自Esri, MapInfo, FME Desktop, AutoCAD, Google 和美國政府。將數據導出到各種標準的GIS格式，包括將文檔輸出成地理空間的PDF和將之移動到移動設備PDF Maps iOS app的能力。所有的GIS數據的屬性以及地理參數皆可被維護與編輯。使用MAPublisher工具來創建、查詢及選擇功能與屬性。
MAPublisher 支持 Esri ArcGIS 10地理數據庫和ArcMap文檔(MXD)，輕鬆連結到個人、檔案和ArcSDE地理數據庫。現在運用 MAPublisher 製圖比過去任何時候更快更方便。當與 Adobe Photoshop 的地理成像儀(Geographic Imager)一起使用時，它們形成了完美搭配。
Continued Compatibility with Adobe 2020
Both Windows (64-bit) and Mac users can explore the exciting new and improved features MAPublisher 10.6 offers with the latest version of Adobe Illustrator. Talk about a power duo — upgrade today (it’s free for maintenance users)!
In our line of work, spatial relationships are really important and can be complicated, but working with them shouldn’t be. MAPublisher 10.6 delivers the brand-new Spatial Join feature and we’re ecstatic to be sharing it with you. With Spatial Join, you can:
- copy attributes from one layer to another based on their spatial relationship
- use relationships including Near, Closest, Identical To, Contains, Within, Has Centre In, and Intersects
- adjust the Precision and Tolerance
Improved Line Plotter
The Earth isn’t flat, and your plotted lines shouldn’t be either! The improved Line Plotter tool will accurately plot lines with the Geodesic and Rhumb line methods, taking your projection into consideration (or calculation if we’re getting technical) and is available for both Point by Point and Course & Distance plotting styles.
The Rhumb line method will create either straight or curved lines, depending on the projection used. Still want to plot straight lines? The Cartesian method is sticking around and will work just as you remember it. A preview option is now available, so you can take a look at the three different methods on your map before plotting the line (or simply turn it off if your line has too many points).
Improved Map Measurement Tool
With the addition of the Geodesic and Rhumb methods for plotting lines, we’ve made sure you can accurately measure the distance between points with these methods as well, whether they’re curved or straight lines.
- Measure distances between points using Geodesic, Cartesian and Rhumb line methods
- Like the Line Plotter, Geodesic and Rhumb measurement lines can be curved or straight, depending on the map projection
- A combination of keyboard presses (Shift + Click) will add the measurement line as an object on your layer
Installer Will Uninstall Previous Versions
We’ve made some improvements to the installer. You’ll notice that the MAPublisher 10.6 installer will prompt you to uninstall previous versions of MAPublisher. We’ve designed the installer to guide you through this process. You can also uninstall older versions through the Control Panel (Windows) or as usually on macOS.
Export Document to Image
Colours on a map can make important information pop or sometimes they just make the map look nice. Whichever way, we’ve made sure your colour profiles stick around when exporting your document to an image. ICC profiles (the data that characterizes a coloured input or output device) will be embedded when documents are exported as TIFF files. If an Adobe Illustrator document is in the CMYK colour space, its colour profile will be embedded in the TIFF if the exported TIFF’s colour mode is also set to CMYK.
Map Data Links
We’ve made it easier to keep your workspace clean. Previously, when a layer is deleted, data links were not removed. In MAPublisher 10.6, data links are now removed when a layer is deleted and is the new default behaviour.
The following is a brief overview of the features and tools included in MAPublisher.
Import and Export Data
Import data from mapping applications such as ArcGIS, MapInfo, MicroStation, Google Earth and other sources with all attributes and georeferencing intact. Make vector and database edits, data edits, additions and save your changes to a variety of GIS data formats. Newly supported formats are KMZ, GML and S-57 (import only).
The MAP Views panel controls the Adobe Illustrator layers organization into geographically referenced entities. It offers many ancillary tools: export to GIS format, layer lock and display control, Switch to MAP View, exchange MAP Objects between Adobe Illustrator documents.
Several geographical references can be maintained per document (e.g. main map and inset maps), stored as MAP Views. Each MAP View scale, transformation, position on the artboard is configured through the MAP View Editor — with many option for display, zoom, rescale, rotation, and so on.
The attribute table holds map attribute information for line, area and point data. Add and remove columns, edit schemas, join tables, calculate and apply expressions to customize map attributes. MAP Attributes are the base to many other MAPublisher tools (such as line functions, MAP Themes, and MAP Web Author). They can also be exported to text file for further usage.
MAPublisher quickly and easily styles map features using Stylesheets, Charts and Dot Density themes. Specify rules and expressions to apply preset or custom symbols, graphic styles and character styles to artwork based on existing map attributes. Use various classification methods to easily create data classes. In addition, create highly customizable MAP Theme Legends.
MAPublisher panels seamlessly integrate into the user interface and can be resized, moved, and docked just like native Adobe Illustrator panels.
The MAPublisher Toolbar allows you to easily launch all the main MAPublisher tools with a single click.
MAPublisher LabelPro™ revolutionizes the way users can label map data, including using symbols as labels and label conflict resolution with a high degree of customizable rule-based labeling options. The MAPublisher LabelPro engine uses your map data attributes for labeling with styles, rules and controls. The interface was redesigned for and includes more settings such as label filters and expressions.
MAP Web Author HTML5 export
Export Adobe Illustrator documents with GIS data to interactive HTML5 web maps complete with callout bubbles, rollovers, layer control, pan and zoom controls, and with all the underlying GIS attributes intact. HTML5 web maps can be created without the need for browser plug-ins. HTML5 web maps are suitable for mobile use on tablets and smartphones. MAP Web Author export settings include recommended sizes for display on mobile devices.
MAP Vector Crop Tool
Crop map documents by exact locations (including MAP Locations) and dimensions. Easily remove unwanted data while preserving attributes and styles. Perfect for creating inset maps. Crop To Shape tool can use any shape to crop.
MAP Point Plotter Panel
MAP Point Plotter places points (e.g. locations of towns or cities) based on user input locations onto any projected map in projected units or lat/long format (decimal degrees, or Degrees Minutes Seconds). MAP Point Plotter also offers the option to instantly plot centroids for line or area features.
The Area Plotter tool creates new rectangle or ellipse polygons on MAP Area layers by using page or world coordinates, and by location type (using either a bounding box or by a single coordinate position). Use it to create precise area shapes based on coordinate locations.
Geospatial PDF Import and Export
Ability to import geospatial PDF documents quickly and easily using MAPublisher. This import method can automatically assign the content in a geospatial PDF to appropriate MAP Layers and a MAP View. Export map data to a geospatially enabled PDF. In this process, all objects and associated MAP Attributes information (when available) are ported to PDF, while also maintaining the map coordinate system. When a geospatial PDF is opened with Adobe Acrobat Reader 9, one can find locations, measure distances, add location markers as well as copy coordinates to the clipboard. Additionally, objects can be selected and queried and their MAP Attributes can be viewed in the Adobe Acrobat Model Tree.
MAPublisher Spatial Database import
Import spatial data from Esri Personal Geodatabase (.mdb), File Geodatabase (.gdb), and ArcSDE servers. This function requires Esri software and a valid license installed on the computer and consequently it is only available on Windows operating systems. Supported feature types are Point, Polyline,
Polygon, Circular Arc, Elliptical Arc, Bezier Curve, Annotations (text). The MAPublisher Spatial Database import allows for SQL queries and spatial filters.
MAP Measurement Tool
The MAP Measurement Tool measures straight distances (between two points), path distances (multiple points), azimuths, and the perimeter and area of closed paths — in page or map unit (real world distances). Furthermore, the measuring path can be converted to a line or area in the currently selected layer.
Build, edit and apply multiple selection criteria based on the attributes and properties contained in MAP Layers using MAP Selections. Selection criteria are created in an expression builder and can be applied to any MAP layer, and can be saved so they can be edited or applied later.
Join areas, lines or points and flip lines while keeping attributes intact. Use Simplify Line to reduce the number of vertices in a point (with preview and information on the number of filtered points). Create lines based on a series of point locations. Use Buffer Art to create buffer areas around line, area or point features. Join Areas can dissolve multiple areas into a larger area and still retain attributes.
Create labels for map objects using values from the MAP Attributes panel. MAPublisher provides two methods of adding labels to your map: Label Features labels specified layers automatically; and MAP Tagger Tool labels features individually through user selection.
Register images accurately to your vector data. MAPublisher determines the parameters of the raster image and the coordinate system of a selected MAP Layer in the registration process. A MAP Layer feature type called Image allows georeferenced images to be placed accurately. In addition, Import and Multiple Data Import now supports image formats which simplifies the process of importing them into an Adobe Illustrator document.
Easily add customizable map elements such as scale bars, north arrows and map legends. Choose from preset designs or edit an existing one.
The new Merge Layers tool combines at least two MAP Layers of the same feature type into a new MAP layer based on its attribute values. The art from the source layers can either be copied or completely moved to the new layer (including its attributes).
The Split Layer function splits a layer into new layers based on an expression or by unique attribute value. The qualifying features can either be copied or moved to a new layer, while maintaining all their attribute data.
The MAPublisher Log records information about which MAPublisher tools were used and when they were used. View detailed information about successful operations, warnings and errors.
MAPublisher License Management
The MAPublisher License Management system helps users manage their licensing in a more streamlined and user-friendly manner. Users can now evaluate the product, register, retrieve their licenses and checkout a floating license, all in a single dialog box. Additionally, MAPublisher panels are now marked with a lock icon when the software is not licensed.
The MAPublisher Preferences allow users to fully customize their MAPublisher experience. Control everything from the way layers are sorted to the font used to display attribute data or style of the MAP Selections panel. This includes several previously hidden options that used to be the domain of advanced users.
Web Feature Service and Web Map Service
Two import features: Web Feature Service (WFS) and Web Map Service (WMS). Access these features through Import or Multiple Data Import. WFS accesses web servers that deliver vector content in GML format. WMS access web servers that deliver raster content in a variety of formats.
The Create Halo tool produces halo graphic styles and applies halos to features on MAP layers. Halos can be independently created as a graphic style without having them applied or they can be directly applied to a MAP layer without having to create a graphic style.
Scale and Rotate By Attribute
The Scale & Rotate By Attribute tool provides options to scale and rotate art objects using specified values or the target MAP layer's attributes.
Text Utilities performs many text actions such as correcting upside down text, separating multiline text into single line and cropping text path to text length. These actions can be applied to either all text layers or specific text on a layer. Right-to-Left Text is used to apply proper formatting to right-to-left languages such as Arabic and Hebrew.
The MAP Locations are used as annotation to identify map world or map page locations. These locations can then be used in other MAPublisher functions when specifying map or page anchors and in tools such as Specify Anchors, Area Plotter, Line Plotter and Point Plotter.
MAPublisher FME Auto
With the add-on MAPublisher FME Auto license comes the ability to import FME FFS files. Use FME Desktop tools to translate GIS data to work with MAPublisher for a true automated workflow.
- Adobe Illustrator CS6 / CC 2019 / CC 2020 (64-bit recommended)
- 1 GHz or faster (multi-core processor recommended)
- Windows 7 and Windows 10 (32-bit and 64-bit)
- 4 GB RAM (8 GB RAM or higher recommended)
- 1 GB of available hard-disk space
- Display resolution of 1280 by 800 pixels
- Adobe Illustrator CS6 / CC 2019 / CC 2020
- Intel Core 2 Duo (Core i3 or higher recommended)
- Mac OS X 10.13 or higher
- 4 GB RAM minimum (8 GB RAM or higher recommended)
- 1 GB of available hard-disk space
- Display resolution of 1280 by 800 pixels
Notes about MAPublisher system requirements
- Adobe Illustrator CS6 (64-bit) and CC 2019 (64-bit) are both deprecated in MAPublisher 10.6.
- Both versions of Windows 7 (32-bit) and Windows 10 (32-bit) are unsupported in MAPublisher 10.6.
- Adobe Illustrator CS6 (on macOS 10.14 only) is deprecated in MAPublisher 10.6. Update Adobe Illustrator to continue using the latest MAPublisher release.
- macOS 10.13 is deprecated in MAPublisher 10.6.
- Adobe Illustrator CS6 is not supported on macOS Catalina (10.15).
- Not all foreign language versions of Adobe Illustrator may be supported. Contact [email protected] for more information.
- Installing MAPublisher on a system that does not meet the minimum requirements may produce unexpected results or errors. These issues may not be supported by Avenza Technical Support
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