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  • Carlos Lanzillotta
    Hi! I am new in the World of Maptitude. I am from Argentina. So : Sorry for mi english, je I am creating a custom application. I hace made menus, and it s Ok.
    Message 1 of 10 , Apr 1 5:38 AM
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      Hi! I am new in the World of Maptitude.
      I am from Argentina.
      So : Sorry for mi english, je
       
      I am creating a custom application. I hace made menus, and it's Ok.
      The quiestion is about de toolbar
       
      Toolbar "Zoom Tool"
          xxxxxxxxxxx
      endToolbar
       
      What type of object can i put in the xxxxxx section?
       
      I try the following:
          Tool "Zoom In"
          do
          endItem
       
      and it works, but ir put a button with  a caption. I want to put a graphics button with a bitmap inside, how can i do that?
       
      Thanx!!
      Carlos Lanzillotta
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    • Peter H. Van Demark
      ... See the Push Buttons topic in the on-line Help for GISDK. Just click on the Index tab, type buttons , and choose Push Buttons. The icons: option lets
      Message 2 of 10 , Apr 1 6:00 AM
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        Carlos:

        >What type of object can i put in the xxxxxx section?
        >
        >I try the following:
        > Tool "Zoom In"
        > do
        > endItem
        >
        >and it works, but if put a button with a caption. I want to put a
        >graphics button with a bitmap inside, how can i do that?

        See the "Push Buttons" topic in the on-line Help for GISDK. Just click on
        the Index tab, type "buttons", and choose "Push Buttons." The icons: option
        lets you choose the bitmap(s) to use.

        Peter

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        Caliper Corporation Fax: 617-527-5113
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      • Richard Hoskins
        The Caliper census data dataview shows the labels for the columns, such as population but the underlying variable is v01 which is the original census
        Message 3 of 10 , Apr 1 5:38 PM
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          The Caliper census data dataview shows the labels for the columns, such as "population"  but the underlying variable is v01 which is the original census variable. How can I save the dataview as a .dbf with the underlying census variavle names rather than the column variable name.
           
          Also if I have a dbf with long/lat  with variables x1, x2, ... xn  and for which I have labels "infant death rate" "maternal age". ... etc how do I make those lables as column heading in a .dbd/cdf  type layer with the underlying variables as  x1, x2, ... xn
           
          thanks -
           
          Richard E. Hoskins
           


          From: Maptitude@yahoogroups.com [mailto:Maptitude@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Peter H. Van Demark
          Sent: Saturday, April 01, 2006 6:00 AM
          To: Maptitude@yahoogroups.com
          Subject: Re: [Maptitude] Question about toolbar

          Carlos:

          >What type of object can i put in the xxxxxx
          section?
          >
          >I try the following:
          >    
          Tool "Zoom In"
          >    
          do
          >     endItem
          >
          >and it works, but if
          put a button with  a caption. I want to put a
          >graphics button with
          a bitmap inside, how can i do that?

          See the "Push Buttons" topic in the on-line Help for GISDK. Just click on
          the Index tab, type "buttons", and choose "Push Buttons." The icons: option
          lets you choose the bitmap(s) to use.

          Peter

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          Peter H. Van Demark
          Director of GIS Products and Training        Phone: 617-527-4700
          Caliper Corporation                            Fax: 617-527-5113
          1172 Beacon Street                     E-mail: peter@...
          Newton MA 02461-9926            Web site: http://www.caliper.com


        • Richard Hoskins
          Does anyone have an add-in which does adjacency as is done in Mapt 4.7 now but also includes the bishop adjacency as well as rook? The jargon is: rook =
          Message 4 of 10 , Apr 2 8:42 AM
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            Does anyone have an add-in which does adjacency as is done in Mapt 4.7 now but also includes the bishop adjacency as well as rook?  The jargon is: rook = polygons share an edge only.  bishop = polygons share only a point   for doing spatial statistical studies have both (queen) is very important.
             
            thanks -
             
            Richard E. Hoskins
             

          • armando@geoinference.com
            Richard Take a look a the collection of GISDK utilities in http://www.directionsmag.com/files/index.php/download/470 It includes a macro I wrote a long time
            Message 5 of 10 , Apr 2 9:12 AM
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              Richard

              Take a look a the collection of GISDK utilities in
              http://www.directionsmag.com/files/index.php/download/470

              It includes a macro I wrote a long time ago, with code that may help you
              do what you need (or at least, put you on the track to code your own
              macro)

              Cheers

              Armando
            • Richard Hoskins
              This goes to Caliper site and I did not see any adjacency add-in Maybe I am missing something ... Richard E. Hoskins _____ From: Maptitude@yahoogroups.com
              Message 6 of 10 , Apr 2 3:15 PM
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                This goes to Caliper site and I did not see any adjacency add-in  Maybe I am missing something ...
                 
                Richard E. Hoskins
                 


                From: Maptitude@yahoogroups.com [mailto:Maptitude@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of armando@...
                Sent: Sunday, April 02, 2006 9:13 AM
                To: Maptitude@yahoogroups.com
                Subject: Re: [Maptitude] rook and bishop adjacency

                Richard

                Take a look a the collection of GISDK utilities in
                http://www.directionsmag.com/files/index.php/download/470

                It includes a macro I wrote a long time ago, with code that may help you
                do what you need (or at least, put you on the track to code your own
                macro)

                Cheers

                Armando



              • Stewart Berry
                Hi Richard: The tool in Maptitude 4.7 computes first order adjacency by edge (rook), node (bishop), or both (queen). Do you need bishop adjacency to the nth
                Message 7 of 10 , Apr 3 6:49 AM
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                  Hi Richard:

                  The tool in Maptitude 4.7 computes first order adjacency by edge (rook), node (bishop), or both (queen). Do you need bishop adjacency to the nth order?

                  Stewart


                  At 08:42 AM 4/2/2006 -0700, you wrote:
                  Does anyone have an add-in which does adjacency as is done in Mapt 4.7 now but also includes the bishop adjacency as well as rook?  The jargon is: rook = polygons share an edge only.  bishop = polygons share only a point   for doing spatial statistical studies have both (queen) is very important.
                   
                  thanks -
                   
                  Richard E. Hoskins
                   



                  YAHOO! GROUPS LINKS




                  Stewart J. Berry (BSc, MSc)
                  GIS Specialist
                  E-mail: stewart@...
                  Phone: 617-527-4700
                  Fax: 617-527-5113
                  Caliper Corporation
                  1172 Beacon Street, Newton, MA, 02461-9926, USA
                  Web site: http://www.caliper.com
                • Hoskins, Richard E. (DOH)
                  Not when you need to make a table, the last option, right? 1st order is enough for queen. I usually make a table with adjacency in one big operation, z.b.,
                  Message 8 of 10 , Apr 3 10:31 AM
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                    Not when you need to make a table, the last option, right? 1st order is enough for queen.  I usually make a table with adjacency in one big operation, z.b., all the block group adjacencies in Pierce county but at 1st order where node adjacency is often very important, and 2nd order adjacency which does not require node adjacency, i.e. it is not as important.
                     
                    Also it would be useful to be able to specify the name of the polygon other than the ID. Now I have to export it, make a cross walk with block group name and join them.
                     
                    Dick H


                    From: Maptitude@yahoogroups.com [mailto:Maptitude@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Stewart Berry
                    Sent: Monday, April 03, 2006 6:50 AM
                    To: Maptitude@yahoogroups.com
                    Subject: Re: [Maptitude] rook and bishop adjacency

                    Hi Richard:

                    The tool in Maptitude 4.7 computes first order adjacency by edge (rook), node (bishop), or both (queen). Do you need bishop adjacency to the nth order?

                    Stewart


                    At 08:42 AM 4/2/2006 -0700, you wrote:
                    Does anyone have an add-in which does adjacency as is done in Mapt 4.7 now but also includes the bishop adjacency as well as rook?  The jargon is: rook = polygons share an edge only.  bishop = polygons share only a point   for doing spatial statistical studies have both (queen) is very important.
                     
                    thanks -
                     
                    Richard E. Hoskins
                     



                    YAHOO! GROUPS LINKS




                    Stewart J. Berry (BSc, MSc)
                    GIS Specialist
                    E-mail: stewart@...
                    Phone: 617-527-4700
                    Fax: 617-527-5113
                    Caliper Corporation
                    1172 Beacon Street, Newton, MA, 02461-9926, USA
                    Web site: http://www.caliper.com
                  • Dave Twehues
                    Dick, http://www.directionsmag.com/files/index.php/view/436 Take a look at this one...may help you out...I haven t used it but, I know the author s work and it
                    Message 9 of 10 , Apr 3 10:41 AM
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                      Dick,
                       
                       
                      Take a look at this one...may help you out...I haven't used it but, I know the author's work and it should be very good quality...Dave


                      From: Maptitude@yahoogroups.com [mailto:Maptitude@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Hoskins, Richard E. (DOH)
                      Sent: Monday, April 03, 2006 1:31 PM
                      To: Maptitude@yahoogroups.com
                      Subject: RE: [Maptitude] rook and bishop adjacency

                      Not when you need to make a table, the last option, right? 1st order is enough for queen.  I usually make a table with adjacency in one big operation, z.b., all the block group adjacencies in Pierce county but at 1st order where node adjacency is often very important, and 2nd order adjacency which does not require node adjacency, i.e. it is not as important.
                       
                      Also it would be useful to be able to specify the name of the polygon other than the ID. Now I have to export it, make a cross walk with block group name and join them.
                       
                      Dick H


                      From: Maptitude@yahoogroups.com [mailto:Maptitude@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Stewart Berry
                      Sent: Monday, April 03, 2006 6:50 AM
                      To: Maptitude@yahoogroups.com
                      Subject: Re: [Maptitude] rook and bishop adjacency

                      Hi Richard:

                      The tool in Maptitude 4.7 computes first order adjacency by edge (rook), node (bishop), or both (queen). Do you need bishop adjacency to the nth order?

                      Stewart


                      At 08:42 AM 4/2/2006 -0700, you wrote:
                      Does anyone have an add-in which does adjacency as is done in Mapt 4.7 now but also includes the bishop adjacency as well as rook?  The jargon is: rook = polygons share an edge only.  bishop = polygons share only a point   for doing spatial statistical studies have both (queen) is very important.
                       
                      thanks -
                       
                      Richard E. Hoskins
                       



                      YAHOO! GROUPS LINKS




                      Stewart J. Berry (BSc, MSc)
                      GIS Specialist
                      E-mail: stewart@...
                      Phone: 617-527-4700
                      Fax: 617-527-5113
                      Caliper Corporation
                      1172 Beacon Street, Newton, MA, 02461-9926, USA
                      Web site: http://www.caliper.com
                    • Carlos Lanzillotta
                      I see, I can put any toolbox item in the toolbar, if I omit the hpos and vpos options Thanx! ... De: Peter H. Van Demark Fecha: 04/01/06 15:58:40 Para:
                      Message 10 of 10 , Apr 4 9:56 AM
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                        I see, I can put any toolbox item  in the toolbar, if I omit the hpos and vpos options
                         
                        Thanx! 
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                        Fecha: 04/01/06 15:58:40
                        Asunto: Re: [Maptitude] Question about toolbar
                         
                        Carlos:

                        >What type of object can i put in the xxxxxx section?
                        >
                        >I try the following:
                        >     Tool "Zoom In"
                        >     do
                        >     endItem
                        >
                        >and it works, but if put a button with  a caption. I want to put a
                        >graphics button with a bitmap inside, how can i do that?

                        See the "Push Buttons" topic in the on-line Help for GISDK. Just click on
                        the Index tab, type "buttons", and choose "Push Buttons." The icons: option
                        lets you choose the bitmap(s) to use.

                        Peter

                        ----------------------------------------------------------------
                        Peter H. Van Demark
                        Director of GIS Products and Training        Phone: 617-527-4700
                        Caliper Corporation                            Fax: 617-527-5113
                        1172 Beacon Street                     E-mail: peter@...
                        Newton MA 02461-9926            Web site: http://www.caliper.com




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