|May 2016 ||Volume 5, Issue 1 |
|Kicking off the fifth year |
Over the past four years, approximately 175 articles have appeared in the journal. You can check them out in the archive – see the link in the right hand side bar. With that said there is a seemingly never ending list of topics to cover and we continue to make progress this month. New users might want to check out the introduction to buffering. We also have an article on importing DXF/DWG format data into MapInfo Pro, new video tutorials for MapInfo Pro Advanced and MapInfo Discover and lots more.
| ||The May 2016 issue kicks off the fifth year of the MapInfo Pro journal. On behalf of all the people involved with MapInfo Pro and all of the Pitney Bowes Location Intelligence products we appreciate you reading this journal and appreciate you being our customer. |
As always, please forward this to any colleagues who might benefit from tips, tricks, techniques and advice for MapInfo Pro users. You’ll be helping us to help you. Greater numbers of readers helps us to continue to invest in this on your behalf.
Tom Probert, MapInfo Pro Global Product Manager
|Easy Tip: Introduction to Buffering |
| ||This is an introduction to one of the most commonly used analytical capabilities of MapInfo Pro. If you are new to the software this primer on buffering will be helpful. A big thanks to John Drummond for contributing this. |
Click here to learn more.
|Something a bit more Advanced: Using DWG/DXF files in MapInfo Pro |
| ||Matt Wilming is back again this month with an article on how to use the FME Quick Translator to convert AutoCAD DWG/DXF format data into a MapInfo table. |
Click here to learn more.
|Dig into Discover: Drill holes module |
(in 64 bit)
| ||Here is a link to the first in a four part video tutorial series on using the Drill holes module in the 64 bit version of MapInfo Discover. |
Click here to check it out.
|Get on the Grid: Merge, convert, clip and more! |
| ||MapInfo Pro Advanced offers a range of raster processing capabilities. For example, the very powerful merge operation provides the ability to combine hundreds of raster files into a single highly performant multi-resolution raster grid. |
Check out this video tutorial to learn more
|MapInfo RouteFinder 64 bit version Beta Test! |
| ||A 64 bit version of RouteFinder is under development. A beta test will begin soon. If you would like to participate, let me know. Send an e-mail to Tom Probert (email@example.com). |
|Featured Link: MapInfo Pro v15.2.2 |
| ||A patch release for MapInfo Pro v15.2 is available. This new release includes support for the GeoPackage data format. In addition, check out the release notes to see the new raster underview support and how you can connect to WFS v2.0 servers. |
Click here to visit the download page.
|Get on the Grid: Try MapInfo Pro Advanced! |
| ||MapInfo Pro Advanced is a next generation raster grid GIS add-on for MapInfo Pro. It is available for all to try and is especially easy if you are using MapInfo Pro v15.2. |
This short article explains how.