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Introduction

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Steps For Installation
1. Double Click jre-6u15-windows-i586-s.exe and install
it as per instructions
2. Double Click "Setup-openjump13.exe"
NOTE: Click NO when it says to download Java (proceed if any error
message showed say "ok")
CHOOSE the Installation Folder as C:\Program Files\OPENJUMP
3. Copy the .jar files (printer, vertex symbol, mapgentool(unzip files)) to
C:\Program Files\OPENJUMP\lib\ext
4. Create a folder "batik" in the folder C:\Program Files\OPENJUMP\lib\
(no need create if already shows)
5. Unzip "batik" file : Copy ALL the .jar files in the "batik" folder to
C:\Program Files\OPENJUMP\lib\batik
OpenJUMP is a Geographical Information System (GIS),
which has been developed originally by the two Canadian
companies Vivid Solutions and Refractions Research under
the name JUMP. The name JUMP is an abbreviation for
Unified Mapping Platform. The J points to the used
programming language Java. Open is for Open Source,
which means that the source code is accessible for everybody
Note: Every layer has to be saved in a file or database first, if this has been done one can
save the project
Fit to window
Click
Symbology



Shift + Alt to pan while digitizing
Alt + Left click mouse Zoom in
Alt + Right click mouse Zoom out
Setting Digitizing Environment
Pan the image laterally by shift + alt +drag button
combination, if continuity of digitization demands so.
Setting digitizing colour
Adding Attributes to Layer
Perimeter
Polygon Layer
Editing Digitized Layer
Selection tool
Add Vertex
Delete Vertex
Move Vertex



Georeferenced vector
Warped vectors
Overlay both the vectors
Click



Union/dissolve
Extract Reserve forest boundary open kar_rfbound.shp
Coorg-Rfbound
Endemic plants with in RF
Buffer creation around medicinal plant location
1. Generate layer showing Bats, Elephants
from the given point data
Use symbology to show the features for
identification
2. Generate a layer of plant family showing
endemic species. Use symbology to show
similar genus species with same colour