Tuesday, April 27, 2010 8:00:00 PM
In the previous tutorial, we had our first contact with Mapinfo and Mapbasic. We had a brief introduction to Mapinfo, and also how to use Mapbasic - your programming language without having Mapbasic installed. Although soon we will see a series of programs Mapbasic, today we will take the opportunity and not let us use the Mapbasic itself, through the interface of your program. Alternatively, we learn a new concept that can be learned and that we also use a lot, not only with the MapInfo:... read more
Tuesday, April 20, 2010 8:00:00 PM
The geo-referenced analysis are widely used in the field of Telecom and IT. Up to now use some programs Access and Google Earth to facilitate the acquisition of geo-referenced data, but there are several other tools as good as these, and also widely used. This is the case for example of MapInfo, which still uses SQL and also has its own language automation - the Mapbasic. Today we will have our first contact with him, and some tips for using the program. Later we will return to using Google... read more
Tuesday, April 13, 2010 8:00:00 PM
The data from our network - sites and sectors - are already automatically plotted on Google Earth, so good. But the presentation of data can be much better. We saw how to change the characteristics of sectors and sites manually through the interface of the program. Today we will learn how to make a series of improvements that can be done to make this data much more organized and presentable.
Note: All telecomHall articles are originally written in Portuguese. Following... read more
Tuesday, April 06, 2010 8:00:00 PM
Plot the data from our network of sites on Google Earth has been the beginning, and we had our first contact with the way this is done. Equally or more important that information from websites is the information sector, however, is viewing the sectors of our BTS's.
Note: All telecomHall articles are originally written in Portuguese. Following we translate to English and Spanish. As our time is short, maybe you find some typos (sometimes we just use the automatic... read more