SuperGIS Desktop is a complex GIS (geographical information system) application, designed to help you analyze and edit geographical data in maps of various formats.
Customizable user interface
The program features two main windows: a map window, where you can view the current project you are working on, as well as a data content window, which displays all the imported layers and their components. You can check or uncheck certain layers, that you want to be displayed on the map or hidden.
The user interface is highly customizable, allowing you to choose which toolbars are displayed, depending on the functions you need to use when working on a specific project. You can also hide certain buttons, create keyboard shortcuts or modify the size of icons.
Multiple data formats supported
SuperGIS Desktop can access geographical data saved in various formats, including vector maps and raster images.
Maps are composed of various types of layers, that you can overlap in diverse ways, in order to complete certain tasks. You can combine various features from multiple layers, to create one that contains data from both of its source layers.
Map files can be printed or exported to numerous formats, including EMF, BMP, JPG, PNG, TIFF and GIF. You can also save maps to project files, so that you can continue working on them at a later date.
Analyze maps and create detailed charts
SuperGIS Desktop offers a function that you can use to create multiple types of charts (vertical/horizontal bar, line, scatter plot, vertical area, box plot and pie chart), to easily interpret the information on your map.
You can use various geoprocessing tools on map objects (dissolve, merge, clip, intersect, union), create grids, buffers, add XY data, symbols and many others.
Overall, SuperGIS Desktop is a comprehensive tool, that can be used to analyze geographical information from imported maps, as well as edit and export them to other formats.