MapWindow 6 Desktop GIS

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MapWindow 6 Alpha Desktop GIS is a lightweight open source geographic information system (GIS) built using C# and the open source DotSpatial library (see DotSpatial on MapWindow 6 Alpha Desktop GIS is intended to be a complete implementation of DotSpatial and su...



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