Quick, easy and inexpensive. Graph Earth enables management, marketing and other business professionals to create stunning visual representations of their data, all without the time and costs associated with a full-featured GIS. Viewable by Everyone! Create one of a kind deliverables and distribute them to the world, recipients need only install Google Earth to view the resulting standards compliant KML/KMZ files. Anyone with Google Earth installed can view your graphs by simply downloading this free application. No license of Graph Earth is required. Send your documents by email, post them on the web, anyone can view them. As Simple As Your Favorite Spreadsheet Application! From the ground-up Graph Earth is designed to work like your favorite business tools. No complex GIS. No Shapefiles. No databases. No coordinate systems. Just import data via Excel / CSV format or enter your values and start creating stunning visuals. All the necessary geometry is already included in the application. GraphEarth currently supports visualization by country, state, county, city and zip code, with MSA (Metropolitan Statistical Area) and other regions coming soon. Embed 2D Charts in Your 3D Documents! Graph Earth allows you to do more than just "surface level" visualization. Embedded charts are an excellent tool to let your data tell it's story. Best of all, the user can simply close the embedded chart bubble when they are done and return the graph to a clean, simple state. No confusing, overlapping polygons here. Since this feature utilizes Google Charts, 2D objects are download only when the user needs them, reducing file sizes and transfer times. Organize Your Sales Force! Graph Earth's new territory map allows you to map sales territories, media markets, political events and more! Create CNN style political maps or simply assign sales territories to your staff.
Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0 or higher.
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