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Using Python to call ImportData and DisplayDataMap

This article is sort of an addendum to the previous three-part article on using ImportData and DisplayDataMap. As the title indicates, this articles contains code and examples in Python for using the ImportData and DisplayDataMap methods.

Read the article on MapForums here --

Using Python to call ImportData and DisplayDataMap

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Author: Richard Marsden
Email: enquiries(AT)winwaed.com
URL: http://www.winwaed.com
Richard Marsden is the proprietor of Winwaed Software Technology, LLC which provides software consulting and development services, specializing in both MapPoint and online mapping applications. He operates the Mapping-Tools.com Website for MapPoint Tools and Utilities, and recently launched the GeoWeb Guru a community website for developers of the geospatial web. In 2008, Richard was awarded Virtual Earth MVP status by Microsoft.

Prior to Winwaed, Richard worked as a software developer working on seismic processing algorithms for the oil exploration industry. He holds geology and geophysics degrees from the University of Cambridge (Churchill College), and the University of Durham; and an interdisciplinary MBA from the University of Dallas.



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