An update from FEMA this week… Nation-wide preliminary flood hazard data (preliminary data) issued after April 1, 2013 will be available in one centralized web address, along with effective data. Preliminary data provide an early look at your home or community’s risk to flood hazards. According to FEMA there are many benefits to viewing these data, for more information – Beginning in April 2013, you can access preliminary data directly or go to FEMA’s Map Service Center (MSC) website.
Archives for March 1, 2013
The latest in the popular webinar series from Safe software will definitely help those of you struggling to make awesome maps… or maybe you already do but just want to add even more awesome sauce! On Wednesday, March 6th Safe will offer a livestream session titled How to Automatically Create Beautiful Cartographic Labels Using FME’s New MapTextLabeller.
About the event – Learn about the MapTextLabeller, an exciting new extra-cost FME plugin from MapText which lets you automate the creation of high quality labels – and through its integration with FME – concurrently transform your data and output to formats like AutoCAD DWG, Microstation DGN, Esri Geodatabase, MapInfo, and others. Join us to discover how you can take advantage of its rules-based label placement and styling capabilities to save time and create amazing labels in your preferred.