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Mapping Weather Patterns for Fire Prevention with Surfer

Here in dry Colorado, we're very aware of the risks of annual summer forest fires (around 40,000 acres of the state are currently ablaze). In the Canadian province of Quebec, which faces similar fire danger, they have found ways to leverage technology as a tool for managing the fire risks in the area. They use the analytics and gridding functi...
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Justine Carstairs
Hi Irene, In order to create a contour map, your Rst values must be associated with an XY position. So, your Excel file should co... Read More
Monday, 27 August 2018 10:49
Justine Carstairs
Hi Irene, You can create a country boundary maps from vector files sch as SHP or DXF by clicking Home | New Map | Base. We have s... Read More
Thursday, 23 August 2018 11:18
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How to automate graph creation in Grapher without having to learn Scripter

Our Grapher, Surfer, Voxler, and MapViewer applications all come with powerful automation functionality to speed up repetitive processes, but many users don't have experience with scripting so they miss out on this functionality. Luckily for those users, Grapher comes with a script recorder that records a script for the process that's being perform...
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Hi P Gautam, Thank you for posting your comment. It is not currently possible to record your steps from a past project because th... Read More
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