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Date:         Fri, 25 Oct 2002 15:42:43 +0200
Reply-To:     Frank Thomas <>
Sender:       "SPSSX(r) Discussion" <SPSSX-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
From:         Frank Thomas <>
Subject:      Re: map
Comments: To: Meriadeg Jaouen <>
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Meriadeg, the map file format SPSS uses is the MapInfo format. The ESRI site gves you access to free borderline files with the NUTS 2 level regions you seek but you have to translate the more generic file formats the ESRI site offers into the mapinfo format. This is where the real difficulty lies. To find such a file format converter you should ask a discussion group on geographic information systems. I have not tried the following way but I guess it might work: Excel map files are also in MapInfo format. So if you have access to excel files for the countries you want to cover you might try to import them.

bonne chance


Meriadeg Jaouen wrote:

> hello to all, > this query is not really related to spss , but i will use it with what > i'm > searching for: > > i need a map of Austria with the region level. > i also need one for switzerland, and Italy, also with administrative > regions > areas > > does anybody have this in this files? > thanks a lot > > Meriadeg Jaouen > statistics analyst > MRM France > > > > > _________________________________________________________________ > MSN Search, le moteur de recherche qui pense comme vous ! >

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