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FW: brief GIS question

From:

C L and A Huckerby <[log in to unmask]>

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C L and A Huckerby <[log in to unmask]>

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Mon, 1 Feb 1999 14:28:05 -0600

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Dear Dr. Gronenborn,

You will be able to find information about MAPINFO on the University of
Sydney's Archaeology web page (http://www.archaeology.usyd.edu.au/).  

Dr. Ian Johnson and his colleagues there have been working on a project that sounds similar to what you are doing using MapInfo.  The web page will give you basic information but an email to Dr. Johnson would be helpful too.

Good Luck,



Dr. Cheryl L. Huckerby
Archaeologist & 
    Cultural Resource Specialist
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Tel: 254-287-1092
Fax: 254-287-3591

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		-----Original Message-----
		From:	C L and A Huckerby [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
		Sent:	Saturday, January 30, 1999 2:26 PM
		To:	Huckerby, Cheryl--DPW
		Subject:	FW: brief GIS question

		FYI

		-----Original Message-----
		From:	Gronenborn [SMTP:[log in to unmask]]
		Sent:	Saturday, January 30, 1999 11:57
		To:	[log in to unmask]
		Subject:	brief GIS question

		Good day everybody !

		I am faced with the problem of having to produce several
maps combining
		information from historical maps, our own survey data, and
reconstrcutions
		of political borders in the past up to today etc.

		Two programs seem to be at hand here at Frankfurt
University: ArcInf and
		MapInfo.

		Now, a short look at the ArcInf program convinced me that I
would have to
		invest more time to master it than I actually have (although
this is
		certainly true for almost everything ...). MapInfo seems
easier and better
		fit for my present task. However the analyses are geared to
the future,
		furthermore the data should be available internationally.

		My question therefore: what are the experiences with MapInfo
and how well
		does the datalink with ArcInf work ?

		any information/hint would be most welcome !!


		Dr. Detlef Gronenborn
	
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