[GRASS-user] Drawing a vector line with bearing/distance
lrntct at gmail.com
Tue Oct 30 05:33:22 PDT 2018
Thank you Helmut.
As I understand, m.cogo works only for geographical coordinates.
Since I am using a projected location, I just calculated the new
coordinates using basic trigonometry. It short distances, so I guess that
Le mer. 17 oct. 2018 à 13:40, Helmut Kudrnovsky <hellik at web.de> a écrit :
> Laurent C. wrote
> > Hello,
> > I am extracting cross-sections from raster maps using r.transect (E,N,
> > azimuth, distance).
> > I would like to create maps where I can show where those xsections are
> > taken using a vector line.
> > It seems that v.edit only works with absolute coordinates, not bearing
> > distance.
> > Is there a way to draw vector lines using starting coordinates, azimuth
> > and
> > distance?
> m.cogo - A simple utility for converting bearing and distance measurements
> to coordinates and vice versa.
> It assumes a cartesian coordinate system
> best regards
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