MapInfo Pro™ Monthly Journal - March Issue  
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MapInfo Pro™ Monthly Journal
March 2017 Volume 5, Issue 7
Seeing the roads for the trees
Tom Hi everyone:

This month we’ve included plenty of tips, tricks and ideas.
Start with this fantastic case study: See how the Spatial Analysis Lab at the University of Vermont used raster capabilities and 3D views to solve a big problem, uncovering a network of paths within the dense forest.

Do you like free? We’ve included a link to no-cost geocoding. It’s just one of many advantages that come with MapInfo Pro™ v16.0. Simpler, faster and smarter, our latest release comes with many can’t-miss features. Be sure to check out the Top 10 enhancements below.

We also demonstrate how old-school math can solve today’s most pressing challenges. Voronoi polygons make it possible to create a set of regions when all you have to start with is a point dataset. It’s very cool.

There’s more too. Thanks and good mapping.

Tom Probert, MapInfo Pro Global Product Manager
MapInfo Pro™ tutorials: Better than cat videos
MapInfo Pro The MapInfo Pro YouTube Channel has a new series of video tutorials. Become a master quickly. These short videos cover installation, getting data into the system, map navigation, layer control and more. Check them out
Simpler, faster, smarter
64 Bit Why are so many users switching from the 32-bit to 64-bit version? They’re impressed by the performance improvements, larger file sharing capabilities, choice of data formats, faster raster processing times and backwards compatibility. This slide share highlights ten of the most important advantages. View now
Gain powerful customer insights - free geocoding
64 Bit Get your data on the map. Access precise, high-quality international geocoding when you need it and generate more accurate customer insights that get reflected in the bottom line. Sign up for free credits to access best-in-class geocoding in the cloud with the lastest version of MapInfo Pro. Get started now.
Phosphorus pollution, forest roads and LiDAR data in Vermont
Dig into Discover Discover how the Raster Capabilities of MapInfo Pro work in real life. Read this fascinating article about the Vermont Spatial Analysis Lab. Discover how the students were easily able to decipher mass amounts of data to see through a forest, visualize hidden paths and uncover the source of chemical poisoning in Lake Champlain. Read the full story.
Using old math to make regions out of points
Advanced Tip Did you know: You can build contiguous regions from a set of points, even when a data set of regions is not available. Peter H Moeller shows us how, using MapInfo Pro and Voronoi diagrams. See why paying attention in math class pays off. Click View step-by-step tips.
Hot tools: Concentric Ring Buffer
Toolbox A new version of the Ring Buffer tool is available from the Community Download site. If you’re using MapInfo Pro v16.0, you’ll want this. Download here.
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Bad Geography Joke

Q: Why didn’t the MapInfo user react?
MI Pro Releases

MI Pro Release:
- MI Pro v15.0.1 patch
- MI Pro v16.0 (major release)
- MI pro v16.0.1 patch

Upcoming releases:
- MI Pro v16.0.2 patch (TBD)
- MI Pro v17.0 October 2017
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Answer for the Bad Geography joke

She was too busy being PRO-active.
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