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Atlas of Oregon CD-ROMby James E Meacham
Synopses & Reviews
The Atlas of Oregon CD-ROM breaks new ground as the most innovative state atlas in the nation. This remarkable product features the maps and information from the award-winning Atlas of Oregon? plus state-of-the-art digital tools that enable users to tailor the material.
Comprehensive yet easy-to-use? this fully interactive 2-CD set opens up a world of information about Oregon? from geologic evolution to crops? vineyards and technology? from Lewis and Clark to Portland?s traffic jams. It is the result of a creative partnership between the authors of the Atlas of Oregon? print version and the InfoGraphics Lab at the University of Oregon.
Book News Annotation:
Well-received in print, the atlas is now available in a two-disk CD-ROM version for both PC and Mac users, offering more than 1,000 maps, charts, and graphics. Disk one presents information about Oregon's economy, history, nature, geology, and people; disk two offers detailed, searchable maps that allow users to zoom-in, zoom-out and pan every area of the state as well as create custom maps. Other features include aerial photographs and animated graphics that compare information over time and geographic regions. Annotation (c)2003 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
System requirements: Windows 95/98/NT 4.0/2K/XP; Pentium 233 Mhz processor; 64 MB of free RAM (128 MB recommended); 10 MB temporary harddrive space; 4x CD-ROM; 800x600 resolution or better; 16-bit color.
System requirements: Macintosh OS 8.6+; PowerPC 604e 233 Mhz processor; 128 MB of free RAM (256 MB recommended); 10 MB temporary harddrive space; 4x CD-ROM; 800x600 resolution or better; 16-bit color.
Table of Contents
Disc 1: Thematic information about Oregon's economy, history, nature, geography, and people — Disc 2: Detailed searchable and zoomable reference maps of every mile of Oregon.
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