SC2 Map Analyzer is a Windows command-line tool, although you can use it easily by double-clicking or drag-and-drop style, too.
sc2mapanalyzer OPTIONS FILES
Valid OPTIONS are listed below. OPTIONS and FILES may appear in any order.
- If FILE is a map, it is analyzed.
- If FILE is a directory, all maps inside are analyzed. Use the -r option to recursively search directories for maps.
sc2mapanalyzer needs some DLLs to run, so if you are not familiar with using a command shell here's how you can get started quickly. Wherever you decide to store the tool, make sure you leave it with the other files it needs there. Then right-click the sc2mapanalyzer executable and choose to create a shortcut. You can drag that shortcut into a directory with SC2 maps, double-click it, and the tool will analyze all the maps in the directory.
-h Display help.
-p Prevent the terminal from holding open after analysis. If you are not using sc2mapanalyzer at the command-line, it is useful to leave out this option so the terminal will hold open and you can read the messages and warnings.
-r Recursively search for maps in any directory arguments.
-m Set the openness render max, default is 15.0 (in map cells).
-g -c -a Set ground/cliff-walk/air influence weights, should add up to 1.
-d Set the openness neighborhood radius, default is 12.0 (in map cells).
-t Render PNG of terrain only.
-n Render PNGs of pathing data.
-b Render PNG of bases.
-o Render PNG of openness.
-s Render PNGs of shortest paths.
-i Render PNGs of influence calculations.
-v Write a CSV summarizing all maps.
-w Write a CSV for each map's details.
-e Enable all outputs described above.
If no output options are specified the default outputs are: bases, openness, shortest paths, influence, all CSV's.