Has anyone been able to find a software or website that allows you to plot multiple addresses?

Asked by Jessica Nguyen, Pensacola, FL Fri Dec 26, 2008

I am putting to gether a market overview for a client and would like to plot addresses in relation to one another.

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Jessica Nguy…, Agent, Pensacola, FL
Tue Jan 6, 2009
Thank you Sam. I was able to do what I wanted through City Walk.
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Sam Trevino, , Austin, TX
Fri Dec 26, 2008
Hello again,

If you are unfamiliar with Linux or Unix then try some of the other Open Source options.

A proprietary option for you could be mapwise.com/maps/florida/parcels-appraiser.html

Also a clarification from my first answer: I am aware that aerial photos are not vector data. I use the aerial photo as my base map and overlay various data layers.
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Sam Trevino, , Austin, TX
Fri Dec 26, 2008
Hello Ms. Nguyen,

What do you mean by "plot"? Are you geocoding / address coding the locations to a base map?

Usually what I do (in Texas) is acquire the parcel data (shapefile format) from a given county appraisal district (this can be free or may cost a fee). Then using the address I identify the Property ID number and use that to locate the parcel using ArcView. The vector layers I usually use are the parcel map, streets, and aerial photos.

Also for a really quick and free way try mapquest directions and add another address (I think it allows up to 10 addresses); Google will also do this, but you may get significantly more flexibility out of Google Maps Pro. Also check out ArcViewer it may be useful. ArcView (not viewer) would easily do this, but it costs $1500.00.

For Open Source solutions start here:


Web Reference:  http://www.realty-tx.com
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