Micromine supports various file types. It also supports external GIS data sources such as Mapinfo, ESRI Shapefile, Google Earth KML and many more. As a part of our Micromine tutorial, we will show you how to import Mapinfo Table into Micromine. When we import Mapinfo to Micromine, all spatial and attribute information are preserved.
On this example, we will import a table called Tut_Collar which contains points.
To import Mapinfo Table to Micromine, do the following on Micromine
Go to File | Import | Vector (CAD, GIS, GPS) Data
Specify the Mapinfo Table and give a name for the output. If the data source is point, we recommend to save it as Data file. If the source is line or polyline, use String file instead. Finally, the import process is complete. You can open, edit the file on Micromine.