AZMap 3.7 is available as a free download on our software library. Our built-in antivirus scanned this download and rated it as virus free. This free software is an intellectual property of Paul Burton.
The most frequent installation filenames for the program are: azmap.exe and azmap2.exe etc. You can install this free PC program on Windows XP/7/8/10 32-bit. The most popular version among AZMap users is 3.7. The program is included in Education Tools.
From the developer:
AZMap is a freeware Windows program which will generate, and display an Azimuthal-Equidistance map of the world, centered on any point on the surface of the earth (except very near the poles). The A-E map is also known as a Great Circle map since straight lines from the center point to any other point always fall along a great circle path and represent the shortest distance between the center and that point. A-E maps look fairly normal within the hemisphere of the center point, but become highly distorted in the other hemisphere (the outer part of the map). Due to this distortion, it is necessary to shut off the map drawing very near to the antipode of the center point.
You may want to check out more software, such as Trachtenberg Speed Math, SatCalc or MathMatic, which might be related to AZMap.