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OpenNSPECT Installation package

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Released: May 14, 2013
Updated: May 14, 2013 by DEslinger
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Release Notes

New OpenNSPECT version for MapWindow 4.8.6. The recommended installation package includes the executable, help files, technical guide, tutorial and new tutorial data sets. This should be the only a user needs to download.

This version includes completely new documentation, new test data, many bug fixes and the Land Use Scenario functionality is now working.

We recommend copying your old NSPECT.mdb file into a backup location and/or exporting any custom land cover or nutrient coefficients you have created. This version should work with your existing database, but it is best to be safe.

This package still requires installation to C:/NSPECT and will need local administrator permission for installation, but not for running routinely.

The normal support and distribution location for the OpenNSPECT package is from the NOAA Coastal Services Center Digital Coast site:

NOTE: This release uses the "newer," i.e., adopted in 2001, Coastal-Change Analysis Project (C-CAP) land cover classification scheme. The coefficients that come with this OpenNSPECT release are not directly compatible with those of the older C-CAP classified data since both the values used for the different classes and the actual classifications themselves changed between versions.

Minor Update Re-uploaded Setup Package so the Tutorial screenshots match the default colors in this release. If you just need the updated tutorial, get it below.

Minor Update 5/14/2013 Advanced soils processing tweaked to give error messages for invalid values and to accept 1, 2, 3 and 4 as valid Hydrologic Soil groups in the place of A, B, C and D, respectively. The letters still work of course, but some users were putting in their own groups with numbers instead. Both approaches now work.

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