I have my map working here:
http://www.civicyouth.org/state-civic-education-at-a-glance/ (password: civicyouth)
However, the export map feature doesn't seem to work. I've tried with both JPEG and PNG options chosen. Export data works fine. Export graph doesn't work either, but assuming that is because I've disabled the graph feature.
Sorry to hear about that - I'm looking into it and will get back to you via e-mail to facilitate exchange of files.
Suffering from the same problem, I can't get my map to export from the WB open data online tool
Thanks for letting me know - I presume you mean WB EdStats. I will get in touch with them to help resolve it.
I still have same problem with them above Frank. The export map and graph menus in my statplanet cannot work at all. Is there a solution to fix this problem?? Thank you
I will look into it and get back to you.
I liked the powerful features of Statplanet and I just
installed on my machine. But my hope has been shattered after not finding export
option as Jpeg/Sl. I am a master student and would be
very thankful to you if you could support me for utilizing your software in
my thesis work.
The export option is only available in the web version of StatPlanet Plus. For your thesis, you could use the following alternative approach:
- Take a screenshot as explained here http://www.wikihow.com/Take-a-Screenshot-in-Microsoft-Windows (you can drag the map legend around to change it's position for the screenshot if needed).
- Paste the image, e.g. in Microsoft Word
- Crop the image: http://www.wikihow.com/Crop-a-Screenshot-in-Word-2010
I hope that helps.
I need to show the species name on the maps of the respective countries in the world. Here is my dataset sample. I tried but i was not successful. Please help me for if my arrangement is not right. I have 5 columns.
Country Taxa MAI_max RL_max HarvVol_max
Brazil Pinus spp, 40 30 1200
Chile Pinus radiata 34 28 580
Argentina Pinus caribaea 27 27 0
Argentina Pinus elliottii 27 27 0
Argentina Pinus taeda 27 27 0
Italy Pinus radiata 26 40 0
Australia Pinus radiata 21 30 630
Croatia Pinus strobus 20 0 650
If you have more than one row per country (e.g. Argentina in 3 rows) it won't import correctly. This issue and solution is described here: http://www.statsilk.com/files/resources/User_Guide_StatPlanet.htm#_Toc37...
I hope that will work for you.
Hi, we are using Statplanet plus with web license. The 'Export data' function works fine, but nothing happens when clicking 'copy map' and clicking 'Export graph' leads to 'please wait.....saving image' that leads to nothing.I have tried settings of PNG and JPEG but with the same results. it would be great if there is a way to sort this. Many thanks! Fred
Sorry to hear about the problem you encountered. I will get back to you via e-mail to resolve this issue.
I have the same problem of exporting my final map for publication. I purchased the web version of the software but the export tool doesn't work. I followed your advice of using printscree. However, the proble is the file is not vector editable and hence not of good quality. Is there a better option I can get around this?
StatPlanet only supports JPG and PNG output, which indeed are not editable. There is a way to export a vector image through the desktop version (StatPlanet.exe) as described here: http://www.statsilk.com/support/faq#vector-export
Otherwise, the new StatPlanet Cloud (www.statsilk.com/software/statplanet-cloud) can export maps and graphs as vector images (in .SVG format). StatPlanet Cloud requires an annual subscription - please see: www.statsilk.com/compare-subscription-plans. It can use the same data files as StatPlanet if you wish to move to StatPlanet Cloud. For a detailed comparison of the products, see: http://www.statsilk.com/software/statsilk-software-pricing-feature-compa...