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Have a look at these threads: Creating an annulus sector with MapBasic Drawing BTS Sectors in GSM For the looping I expect that you have your data in a table that you can loop over. If so you can use this structure for the looping: Fetch First From PRACH_TABLE Do Until EOT(PRACH_TABLE) '**Do the work here Fetch Next From PRACH_TABLE Loop
Once you've got a window set up that you want to print you can do this by going to File > Print To PDF. This will load the print dialog for the MapInfo PDF printer. Under the Properties button on the top right is a button labelled 'PDF'. Click it to access the PDF preferences dialog. Here you can set the output PDF to be layered, include attribute data, be ...
So thanks to an answer from Mike T to this question, I used listgeo to create TFW files to replicate the geodata that already exists in the TIFs. listgeo -tfw x.tif # FTW Once I did that, MapInfo behaved like a post-Y2K piece of software (although "drag'n'drop" functionality is still beyond it).
Okay, I'll give one of your questions an answers: Sorting the radii descending: If you only have your sectors in the cosmetic layer, save the cosmetic objects into a new table via Map > Save Cosmetic Layer... Go to Query > SQL Select and fill in the dialog like this: Select Coulmns: * From Tables: <your radii table> Order By Columns: Area(OBJ, "sq ...
So GeoTIFFs aren't just GeoTIFF's... Exactly what kind of GeoTIFF have you created? 8bit, 16bit, 24Bit, 32bit? Raster, Grid? ... Sofar MapInfo Pro only supports GeoTIFF Raster up to 24bit, as I recall.
Yes. It is called "seamless" table. You will find a MBX tool "Seamless Manager". Tools/Seamless Manager/New Seamless Table This tool will help you create a Seamless table. You should check also: What is a seamless table?
I had the same problem and received these step by step instructions from Pitney Bowes Support: Download the MS Office drivers from http://www.microsoft.com/en-ca/download/details.aspx?id=13255 The 32-bit version is AccessDatabaseEngine.exe. The 64-bit version is AccessDatabaseEngine_x64.exe. Uninstall the 64-bit Office driver, if installed, and reboot the ...
As well as Egge-Jan's excellent Mask tool, you can do this quite easily by selecting your vector regions in the map window then under the Map menu selecting 'Set Clip Region'. This will use your selected vector boundaries to mask the underlying raster data. You can then toggle the mask with 'Clip Region On/Off'.
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