Do you know what Thiessen Polygon is?

We hope that SuperGIS Spatial Analyst effectively assists you in analyzing spatial relationships, building spatial models, and performing complex raster operations.

To improve the capabilities of SuperGIS Spatial Analyst for analyzing spatial data, SuperGeo RD Team announces that SuperGIS Spatial Analyst 2 now supports Thiessen Polygon.

Thiessen Polygon defines individual areas of influence around each of a set of points. It’s usually used to estimate the average rainfall, average runoff, etc. in a certain area.

The feature of Thiessen Polygon is to apply the specified sample points to divide a surface into polygons. Moreover, each polygon only contains one sample point. The distance between each location inside the polygon and the sample point is closer than any other sample points inside other polygons.

Wanna try Thiessen Polygon in SuperGIS Spatial Analyst 2? Please check www.supergeotek.com to download the free trial.

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