Bob Thrun's CMAP Cave Mapping Program

The files on this page are in archives. Several files are compressed and bundled into one archive file. The files I have for distribution are: -- CDRAW 1.1 program for viewing line maps on screen. It will rotate, translate, zoom in/out, and display station names. There are 3 versions, including a 386 version. Supports up to 640 by 480 resolution. Is useful for 8088 and 286 computers and for an SVGA card connected to a VGA monitor. -- CDRAW 1.9 program for viewing the output of CMAP as a wire frame drawing on screen. It will rotate, translate, zoom in/out, and display station names. 386 version only. Supports up to 1024 by 768 resolution and all lower resolutions. -- CMAP 16.5 cave mapping data reduction program. Does least-squares closure adjustment. Has real and protected mode versions. Has EXPORT command and color pass-through added. -- Converts data from Larry Fish's COMPASS program to CMAP. -- Shell program to run CMAP and related programs. By Reno Lippold. -- CMAP to CAD conversion. Makes DXF files from CMAP output. By Reno Lippold. -- Source, executables, and documentation for CQUAD 8 and 9, programs to plot line maps from data that has been processed by CMAP. Makes files to be plotted by PGD. -- View and rotate CMAP output. Select an area for plotting or further viewing. By Dick Sanford. With Basic source. -- Subroutines to convert between lat-long and map projections, such as Universal Transverse Mercator and American Polyconic. From USGS Bulletin 1642. With Fortran source. -- Printer Graphics Driver, ver. 4.0 for MS-DOS. Converts a file with coordinates of line ends to dot graphics on a printer. Ten different printers, including two color printers, are supported. Needs 386 or better. -- Programs to convert SMAPS 4.x data to CMAP. Includes a description of the SMAPS 4.x internal data file format. -- Letter drawing subroutines similar to CalComp. Now includes plotting symbols. Has Fortran source. -- A program by Tom Kaye to take free-form input and convert it to CMAP format. Has C source. -- Uses a Summagraphics digitizing tablet to read coordinates from a topo map and give latitude-longitude and Universal Transverse Mercator coordinates. Has Fortran source. -- Reads tables of locations in latitude-longitude and Universal Transverse Mercator coordinates and plots them on 2.5 minute quads at a 1:24000 scale in American Polyconic projection. Requires PGD. -Bob Thrun