TdhGIS is a free GIS software application for Linux and Windows operating systems for spatial analysis of vector based geographic data. The software can also be used as a shapefile viewer and editor. Tim Hirrel is the developer of TdhGIS which was developed using C++, wxWidgets and SQLite. Hirrel, water resources engineer, developed the software based on functionality a from hydraulic network analysis program, TdhNet, and a vector graphics editing program, TdhCad. TdhGIS has an open database structure and the ability to import and export common file formats, including shapefiles, comma separated variable (CSV) files and common graphic formats.
TdhGIS performs the following functions:
The freeware can read and write shapefile and CSV format data.
For complete information, please visit the TdhGIS.com website and download the software and user’s manual. The user’s manual can now be downloaded separately from the programs, under the TdhGIS_Library link at TdhGIS.com.
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