Take a quick look at what's included in this release:
- News and notifications, much like this one, now provide details about each WISER release.
- Detailed bibliographies are now available for much of the substance data within WISER.
- Protective distance mapping now supports the export of KML (Keyhole Markup Language) data on the WISER for Windows and WebWISER platforms.
- Redesigned the WISER for Windows protective distance mapping capability.
- Added many smaller updates and bug fixes.
See more details below.
All WISER platforms now include the ability to let users peruse the features added in recent releases. Please take a look at these items to see the latest content and feature updates added to WISER.
Much of WISER's data is sourced from the National Library of Medicine's Hazardous Substances Data Bank (HSDB). Data provided by this vital peer-reviewed and updated data source now includes detailed bibliographies within WISER.
In addition, the display of bibliographies has been redesigned. Bibliographies are provided as a simple title that, if selected, will display the full bibliography. In the case that multiple sources agree, the content is now displayed once along with all matching bibliography data.
Protective distance mapping now supports the export of KML (Keyhole Markup Language) data on the WISER for Windows and WebWISER platforms. Share a created protective distance zone with any third party application that supports KML import, e.g. CAMEO's MARPLOT Software.
Protective distance mapping within WISER for Windows has been redesigned. The new native Windows implementation includes much-improved performance alongside many smaller updates, e.g. better zoom and location discovery.