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You can split the file into the different types using OGR2OGR: ogr2ogr -f "MapInfo File" -where "OGR_GEOMETRY = 'Point'" yourfile_Point.Tab yourmultigeomfile.TAB ogr2ogr -f "MapInfo File" -where "OGR_GEOMETRY = 'LineString'" yourfile_lines.Tab yourmultigeomfile.TAB
If the data should cover whole of Spain, I see no problem with the negative coordinate. You will get more distorsions at the edges, but the map should work, until you don't have points on the backside of the globe. This should be the map extent, together with the UTM zones: The extent covers UTM zones 29 to 31, so UTM zone 30 is a good choice for a ...
From the MapInfo site: MIF/MID format is comprised of two files, one with an extension of MIF, the other with the same name, but the extension MID. The MIF file contains the actual points that represent the objects, while the MID file contains the text information about the objects. The MapInfo MIF format specification notes that the .mid is ...
You have your input and output datasets in the wrong order. The (rather unintuitive) ogr2ogr syntax is: ogr2ogr [options] dst_datasource_name src_datasource_name [layers] Use the following instead: ogr2ogr -f "KML" geo-kml geo-mif
Try to import the MIF/MID into MapInfo and if that goes OK, then it is your other piece of software which has an issue.
You can add two new columns to your table using Table > Maintenance > Table Structure: TEXT Char(100) and ANGLE Float Then use Table > Update Column to read certain values from the spatial object into these columns. Angle: Use this expression: ObjectGeography(OBJ, 7) Text: Use this expression: ObjectInfo(OBJ, 3) To change your text object into an MBR you ...
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