To import the data following the next steps you need to have previously prepared a
Cormas model, with a spatial entity (it can be a cell or an aggregate) with attributes
and accessing methods corresponding to the ones in th COR file. Then open the
spatial interface of model and select ‘Tesselation -> irregular’
Then use the Topology menu.
A window pops.
On the left part of the window choose the filename, and on the right part choose the
entity. Note that it can be an entity of any level. Check the ‘process neighbourhood’ if
you want the neighbourhood to be calculated and recorded in the neighbourhood
attribute of the entity.
You are then requested if the mif file includes some information. To answer open
your mif file and look at the end of the definition of each polygon. You may have
three lines describing the pen and brush parameters and the centroids.