- Getting Started
- Tour the Interface
- Tour the Layers
- JMARS Video Tutorials
- Lat/Lon Grid Layer
- Map Scalebar
- Crater Counting
- Shape Layer
- Advanced/Custom Maps
- Graphic/Numeric Maps
- Custom Map Sharing
- HiRISE Anaglyph
- HiRISE DTM
- CRISM Stamp Layer
- Region of Interest
- THEMIS Planning
- Release Notes
- Video Tutorials
- Viewing THEMIS VIS Coverage
- Displaying the Main View in 3D
- Finding THEMIS Observation Opportunities
- Submitting a THEMIS Region of Interest
- Loading a Custom Map
- Viewing TES Data in JMARS
- Using the Shape Layer
- Shape Layer: Selecting a non-default column for circle-radius
- Shape Layer: Selecting a non-default column for fill-color
- Shape Layer: Add a Map Sampling Column
- Shape Layer: Adding a new color column based on the values of a radius column
- Shape Layer: Using Expressions
- Using JMARS for MSIP
- Download JMARS
- Open Source
This release addresses numerous user interface issues, extends KML and CSV support, includes a lookup table operator to aid in symbolizing shape files, and adds a threshold operation to hide map pixels above, at, or below some threshold value.
- The Help menu now has links to the JMARS website forums and release notes.
- Places menu now has options to export to csv, and back / foreward buttons bound to alt-left and alt-right on the keyboard. There is a history menu as well, so users can visually see where they have been, and like a browser history, use either the back/foreward options or the menu to move around.
- Added 'export image' option to the File menu that provides some additional options for exporting images.
- The feature table is a little more pleasant to look at, and empty cells now show up as the italic text 'null', instead of a dark gray hole in the table.
- KML reading now handles style maps, multigeometries, styles with missing color attributes, and files in the 2.2 schema.
- CSV shapes now support saving and loading color and line type columns, as well as line and polygon geometry.
- Added new 'Lookup Table' as a column type, to simplify table-based symbolizing of shape files. Direct value lookup is useful to generate styles for each shape based on a column that indicates some kind of classification. Breakpoints are useful to symbolically group shapes together that have numerically adjacent values (like representing nomenclature diameter with a set of specific point sizes.) Interpolating tables can be very useful to generate gradient values based on a number column, for example fill color determined by map-sampled thermal inertia.
- Color transparency may now be set in the feature table and style editor.
- Shape layers may now be saved in a .jmars session file or jlf file. The untitled collection's contents, which files to reload, auto-calculated column settings, and styles are all saved and restored.
- Numerous fixes to shape rendering, mouse intersection testing, status LED updates, handling of errors while loading shapes, and the undo feature.
- Hovering over shapes may now show a popup display of select values from the table for that shape. Use the Tooltips option in the shape layer Settings menu to control the columns to display.
- Shape scripts now support boolean cells properly, timestamps and dates are treated like strings, and conversion errors are logged to the console.
- Map sampling now returns null for those rows that do not intersect any valid data.
- Numerous fixes to the ESRI shapefile reader/writer.
- Added new threshold operator to the map layer. Use it to cut away values below, at, or above a specific value.
- Fixed issues retrieving the list of maps on non-English Windows systems.
- Fixed issues with the custom map server rejecting longitude longitude values where the number for west > east.
- May now specify ignore values for color maps (like '255,255,0' to make yellow transparent) or to ignore based only on certain bands (like '255,-,-' to ignore pixels where the red component=255, and the other bands may have any value.)
- Queries to the server now avoid locking up the user interface wherever possible.
- Greatly improved the behavior when restoring saved sessions with stamp layers in them.
- Now rounds distances to the nearest quarter, and has a new option to align the label left, right, or center.
- Fixes issues restoring saved crater layers.