MapInfo Pro™ Monthly Journal - June Issue  
  Pitney Bowes
MapInfo Pro™ Monthly Journal
June 2015 Volume 3, Issue 2
MapInfo Professional v12.5 is coming soon!
Survey Hello everyone! Our development teams have been hard at work and we are nearly ready to release the 32 bit MapInfo Professional v12.5. I needed to add the qualifier “32 bit” because later this year and for the first time, we will be releasing a full 64 bit version of MapInfo Professional.

This issue features an article with our first bit of coverage on what is new in version 12.5!

We have a debut contribution from Håkan Karlsson, our Sales Engineer extraordinaire from Sweden. Håkan’s article is about applying the concept of grid and 3D mapping to demographic data. You will also find a great easy tip on how to choose colours by specific RGB values and you Query Ninjas out there will find continuing expansion on the topic of sub-selecting.

Tom Probert, MapInfo Professional Global Product Manager 

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Easy Tip – Sorting on Multiple Columns

EZ It is possible to specify colours by a specific RGB value. This can be helpful if you need to match styles in your map or Layout to your organisations standards.

Click here to learn more...
MapInfo Pro 64-bit - MapInfo Professional v12.5 coming soon!

MapInfo Professional v12.5 is coming out soon! This is a transformational release with major improvements including releasing both 32 bit and 64 bit versions this year. For an overview of what to expect, read on.


Be the Query Ninja: Sub-selecting part 4
Developer Dojo

In this continuing series we extend your arsenal of sub-selecting techniques to select objects within a circle. This technique can be used to automate proximity analysis around point objects.

Click here to learn more!

Something a bit more Advanced: Displaying demographic data in 3D
MI Pro Raster

We are going to break out of the confines of MapInfo Professional with this article and expand into the world of 3D mapping with Engage 3D. Håkan Karlsson shows a technique for mapping demographic data in 3D.

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News item: Pitney Bowes becomes a Principal Member of the Open Geospatial Consortium

13 May 2014. The Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC®) is pleased to announce that Pitney Bowes Inc. has raised its membership level from Technical Committee level to Principal level.

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Bad Geography joke

Why did the penguin cross the road?
MI Pro Releases

Most recent release:
- MI Pro v 12.0.3 Dec 2013

Upcoming releases:
MI Pro v12.5
-(32 bit Jun 2014) - English
-(64 bit Oct 2014) - English
MI Pro v12.5.1
-patch (Dec 2014)
Version 12.5 Localised Releases (32-bit)    

See article for schedule!

Version 12 Localised Releases

September 2013

October 2013

November 2013

December 2013
Brazilian Portuguese

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Useful Links

The MapInfo Tour 2014!

MapInfo User Conference, Memphis TN

Answer for the bad geography joke

To go with the floe.

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