MAF Address Correction
MAF supports program-to-program interfaces so your standard database or custom applications
can automatically correct addresses.
Any program can accept an
address typed in by a user, then pass the address to MAF,
which will immediately correct
and standardize the address and pass it back to the program.
In the example below, a user has
typed an address into the top grid and clicked the Send to MAF button.
MAF then matched the address to its database
and generated the outputs in the bottom grid.
MAF includes complete source
code examples demonstrating built-in address correction for a variety of
standard databases and scripting environments,
and even source code for complete stand-alone
applications like this one.
Browser interface screenshot.
Batch processing screenshot.
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