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OzGIS

OzGIS displays attribute data as maps

Tool Name:

OzGIS

Tool Version: 14.7

Tool Type: Freeware

Tool Cost In: 0 US$

Tool Target Platform: Windows

Tool OS Support: Win2000,WinXP,Win7 x32,Win7 x64,Windows 8,Windows 10,WinServer,WinOther,WinVista,WinVista x64

Limitations: None

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Short Description:
OzGIS is an extensive system for the analysis and display of geographically referenced data. The system can be used to analyze socio-economic and demographic data produced by censuses and surveys and to support management decisions.

Long Description 1:
OzGIS is an extensive system for the analysis and display of geographically referenced data. About 150 menus provide an enormous range of options The system can be used to analyze socio-economic and demographic data produced by censuses and surveys and to support management decisions associated with for example marketing, sales, site and personnel location, and advertising. Other spatial data such as environmental data can be displayed.

Long Description 2:
OzGIS is an extensive system for the analysis and display of geographically referenced data. About 150 menus provide an enormous range of options for: . importing data from databases, spreadsheets and Geographic Information Systems (GISs) or downloaded from Census Bureaux or mapping agencies. . processing data in preparation for display and analysis . display of data as several different types of maps and diagrams. . facilities to analyse displayed data and to manipulate the maps. . Special support for site catchment analysis, location / allocation and territory assignment. The system can be used to analyze socio-economic and demographic data produced by censuses and surveys and to support management decisions associated with for example marketing, sales, site and personnel location, and advertising. Other spatial data such as environmental data can be displayed. Search for OzGIS on Youtube for tutorial / demonstration videos.