MAPdataCanada Sample Download

We welcome you to download the sample file and tutorial of our MAPdataCanada data set and use it as you wish for evaluation or otherwise free of charge.

The sample download file is for the Niagara region of southern Ontario and contains all the data layers available for that area including the specially created joined roads files. It is fairly representative of what a typical region's data looks like.

Also included in this download is a PDF document outlining a step-by-step tutorial which presents a typical workflow methodology for using MAPdataCanada and MAPublisher to produce a finished map.

As many as eight layers of data are available for all the provinces and territories of Canada in this DVD data set which covers the entire jurisdiction of Canada.

The download is approximately 7 MB and is in compressed archive form and must be expanded prior to use in MAPublisher or any GIS product. This can be done using WinZIP or other such decompression software.

If you experience any difficulties completing this form or downloading the file you may e-mail sales@avenza.com or call 1 (800) 884-2555 (USA and Canada only).

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