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    Golden software Surfer 13


    Surfer是一个功能齐全的三维可视化、轮廓和表面建模软件包。Surfer被广泛用于地形建模、测深建模、景观可视化、表面分析、等高线测绘、流域和3D曲面的绘制、网格绘制和体积测定等。Surfer复杂的插值引擎可将您的XYZ数据转变为出版质量的地图。相比其他软件,Surfer提供了更多的网格化方法和更多的网格参数控制,包括定制的变量。
    您也可以使用从其他来源获得的网格文件,如USGS DEM文件或ESRI网格文件。以突出的轮廓、三维曲面、三维线框、流域、矢量、影像、地形阴影和张贴图的形式展示您的网格文件。添加基础地图,并结合地图的类型来创建可能多信息的展示图形。定制地图的每个方面并展示您想要演示的。轻松快速地生成印刷质量的地图。


    Surfer 13新功能
    创建分水岭地图
    分水岭地图自动计算和展示来自您的网格文件的流域和河流。创建彩色分水岭地图来展示地区排水到河流、河流系统或者水域。展示积水盆地和溪流。

    包括特征属性
    Surfer 12支持所有对象的属性。比如,导入SHP文件和DBF的属性,在SHP中导入所有功能。根据属性标签功能,编辑属性数据或导出属性功能到新的文件中。

    使用文本编辑器
    使用文本编辑器节省时间格式化文本。在文本字符串、下标和上标格式化一些特定的字符和插入方程式变得更为简单。

    自动创建配置文件
    Surfer的自动配置工具可以可视化Z值从一个点变到另一个点。重塑地图上的轮廓线条和即时更新配置文件。

    执行先进的边界编辑
    创建您想要的边界线。Surfer新的边界线编辑工具可轻松编辑您的边界线,因此您可以根据您的需要来最有效地展示您的数据。折线和多边形之间的转换。将折线连接到一起以简化对象或破折线以便整理。合并多个多边形到一个复杂的多边形中,因此它们能集合到一起并且有相同的填充(对想要将多个多边形变为无效尤其有用),或者为编辑个别区域而分割复杂的多边形为单个的多边形。

    测量距离和面积
    利用新的测量工具,您只要开始绘图,长度和面积都能够被自动计算和展示。从测量区域复制信息,把它们粘贴到Excel或者在您的Surfer项目中包括的文本里。

    数据限制里只有网格文件
    在绘制网格时,自动空白数据以外的数据点的边界。只需在网格数据对话框检查数据复选框的凸壳外空白数据,剩下的Surfer会为您完成。

    使用网格节点编辑器增强功能
    网格节点编辑器比以前更加强大。使用工具栏的工具进行缩放,当放大时,在网格节点显示Z值。使用光标跟踪,在网格节点编辑窗口单击一个节点,就可以看到绘图窗口的地图上相同的位置突显出来。

    增强地面图形的分辨率
    Surfer利用当前视频卡的优势,地面图形分辨率从1024增加到4096像素。可以看到地面图形的清晰度,或覆盖在地面的高分辨率影像。


    让地图图层变得有组织性
    Surfer通过附加源数据文件名称到图层名称中,使得您的文件更有组织性。如果在同一个地图类型中有多个图层这将极大的帮助您弄清楚哪一层在您的地图中。因为每个图层都有一个唯一的名称,因此找出图层来编辑变得更加容易了,而且您不需要花时间来重新命名图层。

    分类张贴图的更多分类
    包括分类张贴图的所有类别,分类的是数量从30增加到了200.
    国际字体支持
    Surfer支持国际字体和字符,使用任何语言,如中文、俄语、希腊语、希伯来语与阿拉伯语都可以。地图的任何方面都支持国际字符,如您可以设置绘制文本、坐标轴标签、坐标轴标题或更多。
    参考地图
    当创建地图或从一个未被引用的文件添加一个地层时,您不用担心忘记为这个地层设置坐标系统。因为当您从未被引用的文件中创建或添加地层时,有一个新的选项提醒您有一个坐标系统。
    设置标志线颜色
    现在您可以给所有的标志单独填充和修改线条颜色
    锁定对象
    您一旦把Surfer对象放在页面上,您就可以把对象锁定在这个位置以防您不小心移动他们。
    把文本数据转变成数字
    只有把数据转换成数字,Surfer才能读取。现在您可以在Surfer工作表中直接将文本格式转换数字。
    增加文档兼容性
    最新支持导入的格式:
    在LiDAR格式中打开数据
    在E00和GRIB格式打开网格
    在压缩文件中直接打开网格文件,TAR和TAR.GZ格式
    导入GPX文件作为基础地图
    最新支持或扩展导出格式:
    以XLSX格式保存数据
    以CPS-3或ZMAP格式保存网格文件
    导出到GeoPDF中
    将文件导出到PDF中,现在支持部分透明和页面大小
    关闭轴,在导出图形文件后不要在地图周围创建白空间,在导出图形之前不要关闭标记或标签
    新坐标系统、投影和基准

    新坐标系统:
    State Plane 1983 - Kentucky Single Zone
    New Zealand Map Grid
    New Zealand Transverse Mercator 2000 (NZTM 2000)
    Irish National Grid
    Italy Mainland Zone 1 Gauss-Boaga
    Italy Mainland Zone 2 Gauss-Boaga
    Sardinia – Gauss-Boaga
    Sicily – Gauss-Boaga
    Switzerland -  CH1903 LV03
    Switzerland – CH1903+LV95
    JGD2000 / Japan Plane Rectangular
    JGD2000 / UTM

    新的投影:
    New Zealand Map Grid
    Updated Hotine Oblique Mercator
    Updated Hotine Oblique Mercator 2-Point

    新基准:
    Rome 1940 - Italian Peninsula (Greenwich Meridian)
    Rome 1940 - Sardinia (Greenwich Meridian)
    Rome 1940 - Sicily (Greenwich Meridian)
    New Zealand Geodetic Datum 1949 (Bursa-Wolf)
    New Zealand Geodetic Datum 2000 (NZGD2000)
    CH1903 – Switzerland (Bursa-Wolf)
    CH1903+ - Switzerland
    ITRF90 (Bursa-Wolf)
    ITRF94 (WGS84 base)
    Japan Geodetic Datum JGD2000 (WGS84 base)

    系统需求
    Windows XP SP2或更高版本,Vista, 7, 8 (不包括RT) 或更高版本
    支持32-bit和64-bit系统
    1024 x 768或更高的显示分辨率
    至少500 MB的可用磁盘空间
    至少512 MB内存空间



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    What's New in Surfer 13?

    We have compiled a list of some of the top new features in Surfer 13. This list is only a small sampling of the new features added to Surfer 13.



    Graticule and Grids

    Display your projected map and with a click of a button, add latitude and longitude graticule lines directly on your map! You can also create a grid in different units, allowing you to project your map in one coordinate system (e.g. UTM) and display the grid in different units, such as feet.

    Add latitude and longitude graticule lines over your projected map!

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    Viewshed Maps

    Add viewshed layers to your map to display the visible or invisible areas from a specific XY point location. Change the transmitter coordinates, the sweep angle and radius, the sampling distance, and the drawing properties to create the best presentation.

    Display areas visible from a specific XY location using the new viewshed map type.

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    More Geoprocessing Tools

    Many more geoprocessing functions are available for you to edit your vector geometry.  Secure your desired results by creating points at intersections, new polygons from existing polygons, buffer polygons around objects at specified distances, and many more! New vector editing tools include:

    • Create Intersection Points: creates points at all intersections of the selected polylines and/or polygons.
    • Break Polyline at Intersection: breaks selected polylines at all intersections with other shapes.
    • Difference of Polygons: creates new polygons without overlapping areas.
    • Intersect Polygons: creates a new polygon from the overlapping section of selected polygons.
    • Union Polygons: creates a single polygon from multiple selected polygons.
    • Buffer: creates a polygon around or within objects at a specified distance.

    Create buffers around streams, roads, wells or any object at specified distances to visualize offsets or setbacks!

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    Query Base Map Objects

    Access your data quickly! Query objects in any base layer using the object attributes. The powerful new query tool makes searching and filtering complicated base layers a snap.
    Query objects in base layers. Objects that fulfill the query can be selected for editing or removed from the current selection.

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    Attribute Management

    Quickly and easily manage attributes for base layer objects. Adding, deleting, and editing attributes is a breeze with the new Property Manager functionality, and the new Attribute Table.
    View and edit the attribute and attribute values for all objects in a base layer at once.

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    Utilize the New Welcome Dialog

    Hit the ground running with Surfer’s new welcome dialog! Immediately create a new plot or worksheet window, or open the Tutorial. Alternatively, select any of the project files in the Samples folder, the recent files list, or in your project folder and open them immediately. As long as a file was saved in Surfer 13 or higher, a preview of the SRF file is displayed when the file is selected. You no longer have to wonder what each file contains before opening it!
    Select any Surfer 13 project file from the Files list, and see a preview of the contents of the file!

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    Display Latitude and Longitude Labels In Degree/Minute/Second Format

    Improve the readability of your maps by formatting latitude and longitude labels in degree minute second format! With the numerous options, you are sure to find the format that best fits your map.

    Format your Lat/Long labels in one of many different degree minute second formats!

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    Create Image Maps with Hill Shading

    Create a 3D look with your image maps by including hill shading, which incorporates a light source into the image map display. Save time and disk space by simply enabling this feature to create this effect instead of (as previously) overlaying a shaded relief or 3D surface with the image map.

    Add hill shading to your image maps for a stunning 3D appearance!

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    Add a Title to Your Color Scale Bar

    Keep all your data together! Create a title for the color scale bar, so it moves with the bar or helps identify which scale bar is which when you have more than one.
    Add a title to your color scale that moves with the scale bar.

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    Display Date/Times in a Custom Date/Time Format

    Display the dates and times in the format you want! Customize the dates and times to show the information in any format you wish.

    Customize your date and time format to whatever format is best for you! Choose between many different predefined formats or create your own.

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    Experience the Improved WMS Connectivity for Downloading Online Maps

    Downloading online maps has never been easier! The WMS functionality has been greatly improved to streamline the process and get you the imagery you need. You can even download the images as grids for grid-based maps!  Some improvements include:

    • Support for SSL servers
    • Support for proxy servers
    • Drag and drop items in the Data Source list
    • Add a top-level data source category
    • Support for servers that offer images in other coordinate systems
    • Updated the dialog with new look
    • Support for displaying nested servers and layers
    Surfer’s improved WMS browser efficiently locates and downloads high resolution images to use as base layers or other grid-based layers.

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    Specify Units for Local Coordinate Systems

    Define a local system for your map and set the units for that system! It doesn’t have to be in a geographic world system. The units could be millimeters on a microscope slide, or centimeters for an archaeological excavation. Once the units are specified, you can measure distances and areas and convert the units to another linear unit.
    Specify the local units for your layers and convert the map to other units.

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    Limit the Z Range of Gridded Data

    Get the grid file you need! Don’t allow the gridding method to extrapolate the grid Z values beyond the Z range you know it should be. Choose to limit the Z range in the grid to the Z value extents of the source data, or choose to enter a custom value for the min and max Z value.

    Control the Z range of the grid file being created!

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    Import ECW and SID files Without Resampling or Extract a Region

    Managing large image files in ECW and SID formats is more powerful than ever. Keep the original full resolution of the image upon import! Alternatively, don’t waste time importing areas and information you don’t want. Choose to extract a portion of the file upon import.

    Choose to select a small area of a large SID or ECW image to import into Surfer.

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    Calculate Statistics on Range of Values in the Worksheet

    Need to calculate statistics on data that contains ranges that you want to exclude? Or, do you only want to calculate statistics on data inside a set range? Or do you want to exclude a single value with or without a tolerance value? Now Surfer makes this easy. Simply select the range you want and calculate the statistics only on the data you need. Don't spend hours getting the data just right. Allow Surfer to make it faster and more convenient.

    Calculate statics on your data and choose to exclude a data value from the calculations, such as the Surfer blanking value.

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    Changing Blanking Flag to 0 when Saving Digitized Data

    When digitizing and saving data to a BLN file, you have control whether to set the blanking flag value in the BLN file to blank inside or outside the region.

    Choose to blank inside the region when digitizing data and saving to a BLN file.

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    Consecutively delete vertices when reshaping

    Removing vertices from your polylines and polygons is quick and easy. Simply hold the DELETE key down and delete consecutive vertices.

    Reshape a polyline or polygon and delete vertex after vertex by holding the delete key down.

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    Assign Coordinate Systems to All Unreferenced Layers

    Working with coordinate systems has never been easier. Now you can assign the same coordinate system that the map is in to all unreferenced layers in the map. You do not have to click on each layer to assign the same CS to each layer as that of the map. For example, if you have 10 layers in a particular UTM system – rather than setting the coordinate system individually for each layer, just set the coordinate system for the map and click the Assign Now button! All the layers will be automatically assigned the same system.

    Click Assign Now to assign the selected coordinate system to all unreferenced layers in the map.

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    Search for Coordinate Systems

    You can search for coordinate systems! Simply type in the name, part of the name, or the EPSG number of the coordinate system you are looking for.

    Search for the coordinate system to make finding the one you need quick and simple.

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    New Coordinate Systems and Datum

    New Coordinate Systems

    • SIRGAS-ROU98 / UTM zone 22S
    • Kandawala Sri Lanka Grid
    • SLD99 Sri Lanka Grid

    New Datums

    • SIRGAS-ROU98
    • SLD99

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    New and Improved Import Functions

    Surfer is more compatible with the programs you use, including Google Earth, ArcGIS, and ERDAS Imagine! Import KML/KMZ and ERDAS IMG file formats, or create maps directly from a matrix of Z values. New and improved import options include:

    • Import KML/KMZ
    • Import ERDAS IMG
    • Import matrix of uniform Z values as grid
    • Import SHP from ZIP files
    • Import SRTM data from ZIP file

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    New and Improved Export Functions

    Get the data you have in the format you need! Export to layered PDFs, XYZ text files, or DXF files with drawing properties and Z values. New and improved export options include:

    • Export DXF with Z values, drawing properties and render the marker symbols
    • Export vector data as an XYZ DAT file
    • Export a vector PDF with map layers as layers in the PDF, and export with compression to create a small file size
    • Export a raster PDF with the page size
    • Export HTML files
    • Export text objects to KML/KMZ as a label placemark
    • Export background transparency to TIF and GSI files

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    More Automation Commands

    Surfer’s automation support now supports more of the new features and options that were included in the user interface from the last few versions! New functions supported under automation include:

    • Creating a Profile object
    • Creating a WatershedLayer object
    • Areating a ViewshedLayer object
    • Setting coordinate systems for the layer and the map
    • Reversing axes
    • Setting the hill shading property for the ImageLayer (previously ImageMap) object
    • Setting the level method for the ContourLayer object (simple, logarithmic, advanced), with the corresponding level properties
    • Setting logarithmic scaling on the ColorMap object
    • GridData:
      • Adding the grid spacing property
      • Adding the option to inflate grid outside convex hull
      • Adding the option to blank grid outside convex hull of data
    • Adding the title property for the Discrete and Continuous ColorScale object
    • Setting LiDAR LAS import options
    • Adding the option to save in Surfer 11, 12 or 13 SRF format
    • Adding an empty base layer to the map
    • Specifying a Preset for the ColorMap object
    • Getting grid statistics
    • Setting the LabelFormat object to Date/Time format
    • Loading a CLS file for a ClassedPostMap object
    • PostMap object:
      • Editing and creating multiple label sets
      • Setting the symbol color column
      • Setting the color method property
      • Setting the symbol colors property
    • Setting import options when opening some grid files
    • Editing a group or base layer to add, move or delete objects
    • Creating the AddLayer command to add layers to existing maps





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