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Go to Discover > Surfaces Menu > Create Grid > interactive. A dialog box appears. In that select IDW or any interpolation techniques. Provide manual extents with respect to geographic boundary. After completing we may clip the output to that geographic boundary.
Probably not the most efficient workflow, but it works. From the detail survey in AutoCAD3D, I exported the 3D points generated from the Triangles into an Excel Spreadsheet (https://civil3dplus.wordpress.com/2010/01/05/extracting-points-from-a-surface/). I also exported the breaklines, and extents of survey (for clipping the LIDAR data that is within the ...
I used to have the same problem, the fastest way was to use this tool. http://www.dknezevic.com/blog/2014/10/import-shapefiles-into-sql-server.html It's quick and easy to work with. Hope that helps.
This worked for me in the ogr shell. First change your directory to the folder that contains your shapefile (cd full path to shapefile folder) ogr2ogr -overwrite -f "MSSQLSpatial" "MSSQL:server=...;database=...;trusted_connection=yes" test.shp -a_srs "EPSG:4326" -nln "test" Hope it works for you.
For GRASS, this is a documented feature of v.in.ogr, and as said in the manual, in the case of overlapping polygons, the overlapping areas are given the catgories of both of the original imported polygons. So the solution would be to find the centroids with double categories and remove the grass category from this. The solution below is for the command line ...
There is two answers to this question: yes and no. In the 32 bit version of MapInfo Pro 12.5 you can use the Halo font effect on your text. I'm however assuming that you are using the new Layout Designer window from either MapInfo Pro 12.5 32 bit or 64 bit. In this new layout window type, this font effect isn't support. I would recommend that you have a ...
If it's only a small amount of polygons you have to cut out, you can use the tools from the advanced digitizing tools toolbar (View--> Toolbars). If you want to check is shapefiles are overlapping, I recommend the Topology checker-plugin. This tool allows you to configure which layers should not overlap, shapes within layes who should not overlap, etc. Very ...
No, it's not possible. There's no extra options to customize the appearance of these borders.
Universal Translator is a free MapBasic tool loaded with MapInfo. You can convert from MapInfo to various other formats. However, I have not heard of a tool that specifically converts from *.wor to *.mxd, which is what I assume you want? However, you could look at this tool for MapInfo to QGIS: ...
In short no, it is not possible to simply export and import from one to the other. All these software as also other GIS have it's own formats for projects/workspaces and especially map layouts / composers are not interchangeable at all. There are many reasons for that. Simply all software work in quite different way though there are similarities. All you ...
I would try using a LEFT JOIN. SELECT FROM Table_A A LEFT JOIN Table_B B ON A.Key = B.Key Visual Representation of SQL Statemets MapInfo Specific Tutorial on Joins
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