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Yes, Pitney Bowes offers a similar product. It's called DriveTime (another link here) and it's an additional program which you can buy. It's not built into MapInfo, unfortunately. I've always had Pitney Bowes run the drive times for me. I've never been terribly impressed with the results, but they did the job. They were able to provide catchment ...


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MapInfo .TAB files are merely pointers to another data source - be it native .DAT or ECW or GeoTiff or Excel etc. What is the native format the grid is in? If it's a MIG or if you have the original data used to create the grid you can use the clip tool in the thematic map options: You can save out raster images by using the Save Window As option under the ...


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Postgis is surely a good idea for your task. You can use SQL queries to filter the data to a dataset you want. Another option is to use a spatialite database. The data will be stored in one single file, which makes it more portable (either for homework, different OS or backup reasons). Spatialite uses SQL queries in the same way.


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I think you're effectively trying to create a bivariate thematic. To do this most easily in Mapinfo, as referenced in the MI Pro help under Bivariate Thematic Mapping: 1. Do one of the following: Create a thematic map. Choose Map > Create Thematic Map and select the Ranges type with a transparent style. Continue setting the options until you get to ...


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I asked internally here at Pitney Bowes and got this reply: You should be able to do it by copying the gsb file to MapInfo Pro folder end editing the NTv2.xml file. You will need to add this transformation to the NTv2.xml file: <NTv2Conversion> <Description>NTv2 for Switzerland from CH1903 to CH1903+</Description> ...



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