Define a hierarchy of administrative entities, where each consists of one or more spatial units that are subject to registration by social tenure relationship
Importation of textual and spatial data from CSV and shapefile file formats respectively into the STDM database. One unique capability of this tool is that it provides source- and destination-column matching for specifying which values from given columns will be imported into the STDM database repository.
Generic chart generation facility for generating plots and graphs.
Generation of document of residency
Control permission to STDM modules based on the role that an authorized system user belongs to.
Define a hierarchy of administrative entities, where each consists of one or more spatial units that are subject to registration by social tenure relationship.
Design columns for database tables or extend from an existing template using an intuitive wizard that generates data management forms dynamically.
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