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DMAP for Windows is a mapping software tool for producing Distribution Maps
 
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DMAP for Windows is a mapping software tool designed specifically for producing Distribution Maps and Coincidence Maps which are displayed in colour on-screen, with multiple zoom capability. The maps can be printed at high resolution in colour or black and white, or they can be exported as high-resolution images to other software program for incorporating high-quality maps in reports or publications. Data entry for DMAP is very flexible and can be done in a word processor, a spreadsheet, a database, or a biological recording software package. The distribution data can consist of Grid References, a variety of other metric co-ordinates, UK PostCodes, or Latitude Longitude.

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