[GRASSLIST:1438] Re: Converting surveyor's data
rshepard at appl-ecosys.com
Sat Feb 10 20:39:22 EST 2001
On Sat, 10 Feb 2001, Eric G . Miller wrote:
> However, if you can translate everything to points in space (rather than
> bearing/azimuth) than I think maybe v.transform would be sufficient.
> If there's some kind of way to tag the reference points to real world
> coordinates from whatever file formats are provided, then I'm sure a
> script could be worked up to build a vector line layer.
These two sentences frame the problem exactly: translating a distance and
direction from a known georeferenced point to another georeferenced point.
Then taking the distance/bearing to the next point and georeferencing that.
Sure, once all the nodes are georeferenced the rest is easy. But, it's the
georeferencing step to which I referred. I infer from your answer that no
one on the list has looked into this. Guess it's research time for ol' Rich
in the Land of Geodesy.
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