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Techspirit
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01/18/06 08:08 AM
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I am fairly new to GIS and I'm looking for information on the best system to implement in our organization. So far I know a little about GIS, but I need to hear from educated people who are familiar with different systems.

Currently, I am looking at AutoCAD, ArcView, and Manifold. Could anyone give feedback on usability, capability, or other programs that maybe worth looking into. If anyone has any informationor opinions, that would be great.

Thanks you, Charles




IanGMA
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01/20/06 08:37 AM
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It really depends on what your goals are. The three products listed would all be adequete to make maps if that is your goal. CAD and Manifold would be less suitable if you plan on implementing serious GIS database management.

Cheers,

Ian Pryor
Geomorphologist
Graham Matthews & Associates
Arcata, CA

Roxana G
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03/09/06 01:55 PM
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I recomand to you, for Surface reprezentation in 3D, terrain analzse and other interesting characteristics, Surfer8 from Golden Software and Intergraph software. Good luck!




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