I got Windows Vista a year or two and - to my surprise - have had fewer
problems than before. In fact, the CTPP browser's performance has gotten
better. With Windows 2000, the browser would always crash when generating a
new file. I could still use it, because I could re-open the browser, and the
newly generated file would appear as if nothing had gone wrong. With Windows
Vista, the crashes have dropped from 100% of the time to about 30%, so it's
Don't ask me what this means - I don't know. Just wanted to share my
experiences with the group.
Little Rock AR
With Windows 2000
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Sent: Wednesday, September 23, 2009 11:23 AM
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Subject: Re: [CTPP] CTPP 2000 Software question
Has anyone tried to load the CTPP 2000 Browser on a
machine? I just got wind that it might not work.
I want to remind you that TransCAD users have ready access to the 2000 CTPP
data. TransCAD provides Table Choosers for Parts 1 and 2, and a Matrix
Chooser for Part 3. The data for Parts 1 and 2 are available for download
from the TransCAD User Center, and the data for Part 3 can be requested
from TransCAD Tech Support.
If you have 1990 CTPP Data CDs, TransCAD has a utility for opening Part A,
B and C tables from the Statewide Element and Part 1, 2 and 3 tables from
the Urban Element.
There are also TransCAD Table Choosers for ACS data. We are building the
Table Chooser for the 2008 ACS 1-year data that were released yesterday and
will do the same for the 3-year data that will be released next month.
Peter H. Van Demark
Director of GIS Products and Training Phone: 617-527-4700
Caliper Corporation Fax: 617-527-5113
1172 Beacon Street, Suite 300 E-mail: peter(a)caliper.com
Newton MA 02461-9926 Web site: http://www.caliper.com
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