Coordinate Extractor 

The main purpose of Coordinate Extractor is to generate a coordinate data file from a drawing, which then can be uploaded to a GPS or TPS device and used in surveying. Application has four commands: extraction settings, single(one by one) point coordinating, coordinating polyline vertexes and coordinate extraction to a table and/or generating GSI16 or TXT file.

  • Generate a coordinate data file from a drawing


Command Overview 1. Coordinate point command This command automatically creates a block reference which can be freely placed anywhere in the drawing area, thus coordinating your selected point. The user can freely select from which number the numeration will begin and, on demand, the letter that will be placed as a prefix. The coordination numbering cycle is infinite and increases by one until the user presses enter and finishes it. 2. Coordinate polyline vertex command This command automatically coordinates every vertex of a selected polyline. Numbering is the same as using Coordinate point command. 3. Extract coordinates command This command extracts coordinates of the same layer and block name as defined in the settings tab of Coordinate Extractor to a table at your desired location in your drawing and/or GSI16 or TXT type file for futher use in GPS or TPS devices. While extracting points, take note that if two or more points appear with the same ID a warning will appear informing you about it. However, you can still create a table and generate a coordinate file, but the point ID's will remain the same. 4. Settings command Configure in which layer Coordinate Extractor works; Set the block name. Setting the layer and/or block name can help you group your coordinate data. For example: changing between recently used block name and a new one can easily help you have different coordinate tables/data files for different objects on the same drawing; Set the table scale. Multiplies the tables text height and the table itself by the indicated value. Changing this value doesn't effect the tables that are already generated; Set table style name. Setting table style name can help you sort out different tables by changing their names and later using quick select function to find them; Set table text height; Set table columns width; Set table and file columns order (ID,X,Y,Z or ID,Y,X,Z). Here you can define the real value order that is gathered from your drawing. Other symbols are not allowed; Set table title; Set table headers (ID,X,Y,Z) names. Here you can change the order of the header titles, meaning that your defined real values in the "File columns order" tab can have different names, especialy when it is necesary for your measurements to have switched X and Y values (for some countries); Configure that X and Y are automatically swapped while the coordinates are extracted from your drawing to GSI16 file.

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Coordinate Extractor

Extracts coordinates from points to a table or a list of 3D points in GSI16, TXT file

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Coordinate Extractor  Coordinate Extractor 2.0.9
BricsCAD Pro V17 - V22
7, 8, 10
July 29, 2015

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