ArcUSA 1:2M : coterminous U.S. /

This ArcUSA database is a comprehensive vector base map of the United States at the scale of 1:2 million. It contains attribute data suitable for perfoming a wide range of analyses and for generating thematic maps for counties and states throughout the coterminous United States. The database consist...

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Edition:Ed. 1.
Imprint:Redlands, CA : The Institute, [1992]
Description:2 computer laser optical disks ; 4 3/4 in. + user's guide & data reference + installation instructions
Language:Hebrew
Subject:Digital mapping -- Databases.
Maps, Statistical -- Databases.
Digital mapping.
Maps.
Statistical maps.
United States -- Maps -- Databases.
United States -- Census -- Maps -- Databases.
United States.
Databases.
Format: Unknown
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/1515153
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Other authors / contributors:Environmental Systems Research Institute (Redlands, Calif.)
Notes:"June 1, 1992."
"A comprehensive GIS database for use with ARC/INFO and ArcView."
"ARC/INFO coverage format for MS-DOS platforms."
Description based on disk label.
System requirements for MS-DOS systems: ArcView for Windows or PC ARC/INFO 3.4 or higher, or ArcCAD version 11 or higher; CD player or drive appropriate for the distribution media you receive; Disk space of at least 215 MB; IBM PC or compatible; CD-reader.
Summary:This ArcUSA database is a comprehensive vector base map of the United States at the scale of 1:2 million. It contains attribute data suitable for perfoming a wide range of analyses and for generating thematic maps for counties and states throughout the coterminous United States. The database consists of cartographic, attribute, and textual data provided on compact disc accessible through ArcView, ARC/INFO, and other ESRI software.

Regenstein, Room 370, Map Collection

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Call Number: CDRom G3701.A25 1992 .A7 c.1
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