AnyChart Flash Map Converter 1.0.4
Convert ESRI ShapeFiles (.SHP) geolocation data into AnyMap format to be used with AnyChart.
AnyChart Flash Map Converter allows making use of a wide choice of maps with AnyChart Flash Component, a GIS visualization system that recognizes map data in AnyMap format only. AnyChart Flash Map Converter makes it easy to visualize any geolocation data without hefty expenses associated with purchasing a dedicated GIS system.
AnyChart Flash Map Converter opens limitless possibilities to AnyChart users, allowing them to publish online and visualize any geolocation data and not just the default set of maps provided with AnyChart by its developers.
Using AnyChart Flash Map Converter is simple and straightforward thanks to the intuitive user interface. The tool is completely free yet offers a host of advanced features, allowing its users to visualize geo data of any complexity and to create complex interactive dashboards by simply pointing and clicking.
AnyChart Flash Map Converter allows using any number of data and index columns, allowing you to create sophisticated interactive dashboards without paying for a comprehensive GIS system. If a smaller map is desired, e.g. for on-line publishing, it is possible to reduce output file size by simplifying the boundaries thanks to the smart boundary simplification algorithm. If more than one set of data must be converted, the supplied command-line tool will automate the conversion process using batch conversion.
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