- 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 adds some major new features and datasets, including:
- A new Projected CTX stamp layer
- A new Davinci stamp layer for advanced users (see http://davinci.asu.edu/index.php?title=jmars)
- New options for calculated fields in the Shape Layer
- Enhancements to the Crater Counting layer
- And of course various bug fixes
Core JMARS Changes
- Export Image dialog was not allowing to browse directories. (reported by HIRISE)
- Resolved a major bug that was causing CRISM rendering to fail in most cases
- Multiple fixes to try to prevent blank tooltips from becoming permanent additions to the screen
- Fixes related to display and export of temperature and elevation data in the chart associated with stamps.
- Fixed an issue that caused parts of an image to disappear when nudging high resolution stamps.
- Miscellaneous robustness fixes.
- Projected CTX stamps are now available
- THEMIS VIS stamps now have an option to render BWS images as well as previously available ABR images
- A new interface with Davinci is available as a stamp layer. This essentially allows JMARS to be used as a display tool for data processed in davinci.
- Mikki Osterloo's Chloride Survey data published.
- Three point crater counting is now supported
- Data export now allows options to make it easier to import into other tools
- Additional preferences for cursor size/visibility and default behaviors when adding new craters
- Keyboard options for changing the size of the next crater (+ and - keys)
- Menu option to remove the last added craterCraters are now saved to .jmars and .jlf session files.
- Map-nudging panel now displays 4-decimal places instead of two.