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September 30th, 2014
Supergeo Releases SuperGIS Spatial Analyst 3.2

SuperGIS Spatial Analyst 3.2, one of SuperGIS Desktop extensions, aims to enhance the capabilities of SuperGIS Desktop 3.2 by integrating raster and vector data, analyzing spatial relationship and operating complex raster calculations.

Users may perform spatial analyses with raster data and utilize the analysis results to improve data utilization and decision making. For example, enterprises can employ SuperGIS Spatial Analyst 3.2 to select the best location for constructing new buildings. For natural resources, the extension enables users to calculate the continuous rainfall distribution to assist government in damage evaluation.

In addition to performance enhancement and stability improvement, the newest SuperGIS Spatial Analyst 3.2 supports to analyze single band. Users can add a single-band from a multiband raster and apply the specific band to interpret the raster data. For example, applying red band, researchers can observe the change of vegetation distribution in different time periods, to have efficient ecological monitoring.

For more friendly manipulation, the SuperGIS Spatial Analyst 3.2 adds a new function to halt analysis, giving more convenience during spatial manipulation. Moreover, the latest version is now compatible with Microsoft Windows 8.1 for expanded usage and better performance.

To get the latest trial and more information about SuperGIS Spatial Analyst 3.2, visit Supergeo website (http://www.supergeotek.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=116&Itemid=1717).