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COMPASS For Windows
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Revision History: 99-21
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Getting Compass
Compass On A CD.
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Antivirus Issues
Authenticating Files
False Positives
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Credit Card Reg.
Reg. Info/Forms
Printable Reg. Form
3rd Party Reg. Form
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Cave Data
3D Glasses
ESRI/ArcView Tools
Tutorials - (New)
Inkscape Tips and Tricks
Radio Locations
Magnetic Anomalies
Installing Under Win8
Compass on A Mac
Google Earth Overlay
Cartography Tools
Sketch Editor.
SVG Export
Inkscape SVG Maps
Illustrator SVG Maps
SVG Round Tripping
Adopting SVG Maps
Complex Plot Tutorials
Trouble Shoot CaveX
Exporting HPGL
Canvas Digital Map 
Italian Tutorial
Using the Compass CD
DEM Tutorial
Cave Related Links
User's Pages
User's Group
User Questions
Documents/White Papers
Compass File Formats
Finding Blunders
Finding Loops
Loop Closure
Least Squares Papers
Least Squares Issues
Passage Modeling
Survey Blunders
J. Halleck- On Loops
SEF File Format (1992)
About The Author
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Screen Snap Shots from COMPASS for DOS

To give you a better idea of how COMPASS works, I have included screen images from DOS and Windows versions of the program. This section has images from DOS version of COMPASS.

To save disk space and to speedup loading, I have shrunk some the images by removing empty space in the image. The normal images would be bigger.

So that you can anticipate the download time, the size and file type are listed in parenthesis at the end of each item. For example, "(GIF 11.7K)" means the image format is GIF and the file size is 11.7 kilobytes.

Terrain Modeling around Groaning Cave (GIF 11.7K)

This image shows the topographic terrain modeling features of COMPASS. It is a view from the DOS version of COMPASS. The image is also interesting because it was digitized by hand from a topographic map.

Wind Cave (GIF 14K)

This is an image of Wind Cave showing many of the features of the DOS cave viewer including: three dimensional rotation, color by depth, and precision scaling.

To view images from the Windows version click here:

Windows Screen Images

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