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Exporting Data

Exporting data is simple and fast from GIS Kit/Pro. One of the main things to remember is that export buttons have contextual significance-...

Collecting Data

Collecting data refers to adding features and attributes. It is normally done either by reference points on the map or by using GPS and is ...

Data

GIS Kit and Pro are all about data--all the screens, buttons, and files are just tools to access, create, and manipulate various forms of d...

Offline Maps

Creating Offline Cache Regions One key feature of GIS Kit and Pro is the ability to download maps for offline use. This is accomplish...

Raster

Digital Raster Graphic (DRG) or "raster" for short, is a powerful feature of GIS Pro. Technically speaking the basemap qualifies as raster ...

Importing Data

Importing data into GIS Kit/Pro can happen in many places. You can choose to import data from the projects screen, from the main project me...

Maps

Maps are a very important part GIS Kit/Pro. Garafa's proprietary map engine is the result of years of work as one of the leaders in the GPS...

GIS Pro and GIS Kit

GIS Pro and GIS Kit are GIS software for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch. Their combination of flexible data management with a powerful map eng...

Managing Data

Managing Data A number of features were added in version 2.1 that help you to manage your data. Some of these include: Sortin...

Export API

Export API GIS Pro can be customized to export data to your own server as one of the file destinations. These custom export desti...

Layers

Layers are GIS Kit/Pro's primary mechanism for data organization. They are synonymous with folders in a computer file system and support ma...

Basic Workflow

This is a basic workflow for GIS Pro & GIS Kit for iPad & iPhone. [image]STEP 1: Create a new project from the Project Manager. [im...

Getting Started

When starting the app for the first time, the projects viewer is displayed. Projects are groupings of data and settings that help keep your work org...

Map Settings

The Map settings screen gives you control of how the map will be displayed and is one of the few settings that are ubiquitous across all the areas o...

Projects

Projects are fairly straightforward- they are simply groupings of data at a level above layers. They function nearly the same as layers ex...

Workflow

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Overview

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