Occassional thoughts about orienteering
Saturday, April 06, 2013
First test with OpenOrienteering Mapper
I finally got around to downloading OpenOrienteering Mapper and trying it out. My first test was to create a tiny map of an area I'm familiar with but that is a long way away. You can see the result below.
The map is based on a georeference air photo that I downloaded from the National Map Viewer. I haven't done any fieldchecking, but I might do something the next time I'm in the area.
My general impression of OpenOrienteering Mapper is positive. I was able to make use of it without much frustration. That's a bit unusual for me when I'm first using new software.
Back to okansas.blogspot.com. posted by Michael | 5:01 PM
Had the same good impression. Very recommendable piece of software: Easy to use, rich in features, no bugs. Drew a full map without problems.
I agree with you. Thank you for sharing the update. It is interesting to have it discussed widely, so that we can gain more objective opinions.
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