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.MWX File Extension

File Type 1MapGuide Author Map Window XML File

3.3 (4 Votes)
CategoryGIS Files

What is an MWX file?

File created by MapGuide Author, a program used to integrate CAD and GIS data and design maps; contains a description of the data covered in a map, including name, layer settings, styles, colors, and a contacting server address; used for saving map configurations and contacting Autodesk MapGuide servers to display spatial data.

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MWX files typically do not store actual spatial data. They only specify how the data is displayed in a map. They are stored in XML format and can be parsed and modified programatically. Are commonly used for sharing views of GIS, CAD, and map data between multiple users.

MWX files are the XML representation of binary .MWF files.

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Programs that open MWX files

Updated 7/2/2014

File Type 2MicroWorlds EX File

DeveloperLogo Computer Systems
2.3 (3 Votes)
CategoryData Files

.MWX File Association 2

File created by MicroWorlds EX, an educational program that helps students develop problem-solving and critical thinking skills; contains data for a MicroWorlds project, such as images, audio, video, effects, shapes, math functions, and workflows; used for saving and loading project data.

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MicroWorlds EX provides a toolkit to create extensible educational programs that help students creatively design, construct, analyze, and visualize problems. MWX files can be exported into Web content and viewed through a Web browser with the MicroWorlds Web Player plug-in.

Programs that open MWX files

LCSI MicroWorlds EX
LCSI MicroWorlds EX Robotics
LCSI MicroWorlds EX
LCSI MicroWorlds EX Robotics
Updated 1/7/2010

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