Didger is a highly accurate digitizing program that will be an invaluable addition to your software library. Didger precisely transforms points, lines, or areas from your paper maps, graphs, aerial photos, scanned raster images, imported vector files, or GeoTIFF images to a versatile digital format you can use with your other software. With Didger’s multitude of features and ease-of-use, this is an unbelievable value, considering the time and effort you will save! You will soon wonder how you have done your job without this indispensable tool.
Among many of its superb features, Didger can:
  • Digitize any map, graph, aerial photo, site map, or printed image regardless of size using any Wintab32 compatible tablet.
  • Digitize a vector or raster project onscreen.
  • Digitize directly into a vector project using a GPS unit.
  • Display all the raw data being sent form the GPS unit or save it to a data or text file.
  • Average the data from the GPS over x number of sample points.
  • See the current position of the satellites that are being used for a lock for the GPS.
  • Display all GPS displays and settings.
  • View the current elevation with the GPS unit.
  • Thin and smooth objects by selecting point selection removal, deviation distance, vertex averaging, or spline smoothing options.
  • Reshape objects by adjusting individual nodes.
  • Combine, split, and/or reverse islands and lakes.
  • Merge two polygons together, or create a polygon from the intersection of two polygons.
  • Import any vector file and retain or apply up to 23 map projections.
The followings are some of the innumerable uses for this powerful and versatile tool.
  • Georeference your raster and vector files for export to other applications.
  • Convert your UTM data to Lat/Long or vice versa.
  • Create maps from multiple Digital Line Graphs.
  • Resample your well log data on specified intervals.
  • Digitize oil & gas or monitoring wells, Soil, rock-chip, topo sheet, hand-drawn maps, computer generated maps, aerial or satellite photographs, well logs, strip charts, township, seismic section lines with shot point locations, river, stream wildlife info, geological rock formation, meteorological data to produce isobar and many other things.
  • Determine stream length, shoreline length, or watershed or lake-area.
  • Study urban growth such as expansion of residential areas.
  • Reproduce hand-drawn cross sections.
  • Determine the area under a curve from a graph.
  • Create spreadsheet files for data analysis.
  • And many other uses !