Project Description

__A simple map explorer for coordinate data__

MapData is intended to be a fast and easy way of viewing any data set containing geographic coordinates. Coordinate data can be read from a CSV file, spreadsheet, or database.

Different symbols and colors can be used to categorize locations in the input data source. Locations can be highlighted in the table and on the map either by clicking on them or by entering an expression to select the locations of interest.

The displayed map can be saved in several different image formats, and the selected table rows can be exported to a spreadsheet or CSV file.

Documentation is available at

Instalar can be installed from PyPI with pip, using the command:     pip install mapdata Alternatively, it can be downloaded from the release page on OSDN.  If this approach i... Show How to Install


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