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  1. questionWhat data formats and file types can I import?
    Discover and MapInfo Professional can import an extensive range of industry standard and 3rd party data formats. The attached PDF (bottom of the page) list all supported formats under the following categories, and for each format details the location of the required import tool. Tabular and V ...
  2. questionTips and Tricks in the 64-bit environment: MapInfo Discover
    Some tips to making the most of the new 64-bit environment and capabilities, particularly of MapInfo Pro. While you are learning the new interferface, you are able to still install and run the last of the old 32bit version, 2015. Note this is no longer supported or patched. Download link 2015 32 ...
  3. questionHow do I determine the projection of a map window or table?
    In MapInfo 64-bit, the projection is displayed in the Status Bar at the bottom of the Mapinfo window. Alternatively, Right click in the mapper window and select the Projection Info from the pop-up menu. The first tab while show the Map's projection, and other tables will display each layer's p ...
  4. questionFunctionality replaced or retired from the MapInfo Discover 64-bit Bundle
    The following capabilities will not be available in the 64-bit version of MapInfo Discover. They have been either superseded by new & enhanced functionality (as indicated), or retired. If required, these capabilities are all still available in MapInfo Discover 2015 (32-bit) (download here). Note ...
  5. questionWhat are the system requirements for the Datamine Discover 64-bit Bundle?
    The Datamine Discover 2017 (64-bit) Bundle supports and installs MapInfo Pro Advanced 16.0 (64-bit) and 3D (optional license required). Note: Datamine Discover 2017 does not support 32-bit versions of MapInfo Pro. Datamine Discover 2017 supports the following operating systems: Windows® 10 ...
  6. questionThe Discover menu does not start when opening MapInfo Pro
    Occurrence This can occur when your IT is deleting user profile settings, in HKEY_CURENT_USER or the User's Appdata. How do I start MapInfo Discover and enable MapInfo Discover to open automatically? Solution In Discover 2015 or later, navigate to either - C:\Program Files\MapInfo\Discover OR ...
  7. questionWhat are the system requirements for MapInfo Discover 32-bit?
    MapInfo Discover 2015 (32-bit) supports MapInfo Pro 12.5 and 15.0 (32-bit) versions. MapInfo Discover 2015 does NOT support the 64-bit version of MapInfo Pro 12.5 . MapInfo Discover 2015 supports the following operating systems: Windows® 10 Windows® 8.1 (32-bit or 64-bit) Windows&r ...
  8. questionMapInfo Discover Windows 10 support
    Occurrence Are MapInfo Pro, MapInfo Discover and MapInfo Discover 3D supported on Windows 10 operating systems?. Solution 64-bit Windows 10 support was implemented in the MapInfo Discover 2015.2 64-bit Bundle (incorporating MapInfo Pro 15.2), released in December 2015. 32-bit MapInfo Pro 15.0 ...
  9. questionNew Case Study video: Cominco Resources
    Watch our latest Case Study video, examining Cominco Resources' use of MapInfo Discover and MapInfo Discover 3D at the Hinda Phosphate Deposit in the Republic of Congo.
  10. questionMapInfo Discover video Tutorials and Educational Webinars
    An extensive library of videos, including tutorials, product demonstrations and educational webinars (such as the recent 'Be a Raster Master!" and "Drilling - are you getting the full value out of it?") can be found on the MapInfo Youtube channel, under the MapInfo Discover playlist. This incl ...
  11. questionMy Mapinfo window's taskbar icon or TAB file icon are not displaying correctly
    Occurrence When I start Mapinfo/Discover - the taskbar icon is not correct or TAB file icon's are not correct. Solution This is caused by a corrupted icon cache in Window. 1. Navigate to C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Local 2. Select Organize>Folder and Search Options, and on the View tab, enable ...
  12. questionI am planning a regional exploration work program. What tools are available in Discover?
    Occurrence How do I: A. Add coordinates to a series of discrete point locations such as proposed regional RAB/aircore drill targets, and then add an incrementing identifier (e.g. HoleID) to each location? B. Convert a series of proposed regional traverse lines/polylines into grid pegs/sample loc ...
  13. questionError: "You can only run a single application at a time in standard mode."
    Occurrence When attempting to open a tool, the following message is received: "You can only run a single application at a time in standard mode." Solution By default, Discover 11 and later restrict the user to only opening a single tool at a time. This is the same behavior as MapInfo Professio ...
  14. questionCan you use Discover to create stacked geological, geophysical and geochemical sections/ profiles?
    Discover has a number of tools that can produce profiles. The Surfaces>Draw Grid Profile uses a line or polyline drawn across multiple grids (e.g. soil geochemistry, FVD aeromagnetics, DEM) to generate a stacked profile as below: Additionally, one of the profiles can be coloured by any over ...
  15. questionWhat are the "\pXXXX" codes at the end of a projection name?
    The "\pXXXX" numeric codes that appear at the end of projection names in some projection selection dialogs are the corresponding EPSG code for the projection. These are used by Encom Discover tools when converting MapInfo projections to corresponding ERMapper projections.
  16. questionIs it possible to extract/update to columns the X/Y coordinates for all of the points of polygons or polylines?
    Yes, use the Discover>Data Utilities>Extract Nodes tool. This will extract every node into a new table, with X and Y coordinates automatically listed for each point.
  17. questionHow do I select or clip points in a TAB file that lie above or below a grid surface?
    Occurrence For example, a topographic grid has been created of an open cut pit (e.g. by overlaying a DEM grid with a series of donutted polygons representing pit bench levels using the Surfaces>Grid Utilities>Overlay tool). You would like to examine those portions of the original explor ...