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Didger - Highly Accurate Digitizing Program
Entry ID: Didger
Abstract: Didger is a highly accurate digitizing program that will be an invaluable addition to your software library. In seconds, Didger precisely transforms points, lines, or areas from your paper maps, graphs, aerial photos, scanned raster images, imported vector files, or GeoTIFF images to a versatile digital format you can use with your other software.
Software Functionality and Uses:
-Georeference your raster and vector files for export to other applications.
-Convert your UTM data to Lat/Long or vice versa.
-Create maps from multiple Digital Line Graphs.
-Resample your well log data on specified intervals.
-Digitize oil & gas or monitoring wells.
-Digitize soil, rock-chip, or other sample locations.
-Digitize contours from topo sheets, hand-drawn maps, or computer-generated maps.
-Digitize from aerial or satellite photographs either onscreen or from your tablet.
-Reproduce well logs or strip charts even when you don’t have the original data.
-Digitize township and range lines, section lines, or claim boundaries.
-Digitize owner, operator, or property boundaries.
-Digitize seismic section lines with shot point locations.
-Digitize stream, river, watershed boundaries, lakes, and coastal shorelines.
-Map archeological sample sites.
-Determine stream length, shoreline length, or watershed or lake area.
-Apply Didger in medical research, such as digitizing radiation dose calculations from patient films.
-Study urban growth such as expansion of residential areas.
-Digitize road and street maps and obtain route distances.
-Reproduce hand-drawn cross sections.
-Digitize wildlife information such as animal habitats, migratory routes, and territorial boundaries.
-Digitize geological rock formations, lithologic types, and faults from maps and aerial photos.
-Digitize vegetation boundaries, burn areas, restoration projects, and lumbering areas.
-Determine the area under a curve from a graph.
-Digitize meteorological data to produce isobar maps.
-Create spreadsheet files for data analysis.
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