Mapping Software Comes To OS X

The Laboratory of Plant Systematics has released an OS X version of their mapping software, iMap. iMap allows users to handle large amount of latitude and longitude data and create striking visual maps in a wide variety of formats. According to The Laboratory of Plant Systematics:

The Laboratory of Plant Systematics (K.U.Leuven) today announced the availability of iMap for Mac OS X. iMap is a powerful yet easy-to-use program designed for mapping large amounts of latitude / longitude data.

The classic version of iMap has been available for two weeks now and over 6000 people have downloaded it already. Today we introduce a native Mac OS X version that adds PDF export capabilities. iMap is the first mapping program for Appleis exciting new platform.

Additional maps and MacTaxon lite, a small database application that exports your latitude / longitude data to an iMap datafile will be available later this week.

iMap is available for US$30. You can find more information at the K.U. Leuven Web site.

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