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Based on your comments to MappaGnosis's answer, it looks like you're just trying to join 2 tables. This is easily done in MapInfo and would save you a whole load of grief trying to move the data between systems. Let's say you have Table1 which has the ID and map objects in it, and Table2 which holds all the attribute information you want to apply to ...


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I think it's a question of what bit-type your ODBC driver has been created as. MapInfo Pro 15.2 is 64-bit as you write yourself. EasyLoader is however still a 32-bit application so it does require a 32-bit ODBC driver to work. There is a 64-bit version of EasyLoader on the way. It is due before summer 2016.


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To load SRTM data in MapInfo and create a DEM from it, you need two things: (1) Vertical Mapper (an extension to MapInfo) (2) SRTM of ASCII format. The Vertical Mapper has a tool to import external formats, but it has limited number of formats that can be imported into MapInfo, but luckily ASCII format is one of them. If the SRTM that you have is not in ...


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As Fetzer says, it's going to be prone to error because the RGB values will vary. However - for what it's worth - here is an FME workspace that you can probably adapt to your requirements. I made this workspace to detect swimming pools in aerial imagery. Basically it extracts the RGB values and compares them to each other. I was looking for cells where blue ...


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Without seeing the data, it is difficult to say for certain why it is not working for you but here are a couple of things to consider: The reason the polygons could appear misplaced sounds very much like one of projection. It is possible that the MapInfo file has lost its projection along the way and QGIS is maybe coping better with reprojecting on the ...



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