[R] Re: Mapping in R - in the common sense

Hisaji ONO ono96 at fa2.so-net.ne.jp
Fri Nov 23 12:34:29 CET 2001


> Thank you for the help. I have installed the functions and the Intel
> version maps.

 This Intel version for linux or win32?

> I am offered actually offered MapInfo maps, but have no idea how to
> convert them to use in this framework. Moreover, I do not have MapInfo
> itself, so I can not check wherther it is willing to output its knowledge
> in any useful form. Is there any experience with this?

 Are your files are in MIF or TAB. You will get a C++ library which can read
& write files in both formats. And Win binaries are also available.


 For another GIS file converters, you can get many infos in the following


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