GSI file with station

by Micha ⌂, Bad Vilbel, Friday, July 23, 2021, 15:45 (67 days ago) @ Omran

Hi,

I saw in the leica documentation that normally when you add a station in the tacheomter it add a line in the raw file called bloc code beginning with '41' but it seems that jag3d do not identify this code, do you know something about that?

Code 41 does not represent/indicate a station. It is the code for the point type, e.g., a tree, a landmark, a traffic sign, a gully cover etc. So, code 41 is valid for all lines. (Btw: JAG3D reads the code.)

I know that you can also indicate to jag3d that you add a station with a code '11' like you show me before but I still wanted to know if it is possible to add a bloc code.

Code 11 does not indicate a station, too. It is the point id/name. Like for code 41, 11 is valid for all lines (and required).

In short: There is no specific bloc code in GSI that specify the station. However, bloc codes 81, 82, 83, and 84, 85, 86 have a semantic meaning.

/Micha

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Tags:
JAG3D, Leica, GSI, Observation, Station, Bloc code


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