Welcome to CV XE GIS
Start-up View & Project
The CV XE GIS default start-up view is shown below. This view shows patterns of population change by county for the period 2010 to 2017. Color patterns in the legend at left of map show counties gaining and losing population and why the change occurred (migration vs natural increase). See more about examining county population trends. See more about Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
- click graphic for larger view
- larger view illustrates use of identify tool & mini-profile for Harris County TX.
The view shown in the map window shows the geographic visible extent. The CV XE GIS start-up project has a geographic extent of the United States. This means that a view similar to the one shown for the Houston area can be shown for any region in the U.S.
The GIS project is comprised of a set of shapefiles and OpenStreetMap tiling base layer. The GIS project file has defined start-up values/attributes preset for each layer. CV XE GIS projects are named with the file extension "gis". Several projects and associated files are provided with all versions of CV XE GIS.
At start-up, CV XE opens the profile file US1.GIS (c:\cvxe\1\us1.gis). For more information about this project, start-up and navigation, see:
CV XE GIS Start-up Project
News & Updates
Creating a Project
Using Existing Projects
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