First time importing into 2012-have csv file that I imported. Coordinates land in right spot. Local system-No transformations/State Plane zones attached. When I look at them with tracking everything is okay. When I export the points they are the same I imported.
i've got a bunch of points that need a coordinate label. my drawing is on a state plane coordinate base but i want the point labels to be on an artificial coordinate base. i basically need to start in the corner of a parking lot at 0,0 and work my way out from there with the coordinates based on that 0,0. Is this a possibility?
Dell Studio XPS 9100 Intel Core i7 CPU 930 @ 2.8GHz 12GB Ram 64 bit C3D 2012 SP3.0
My situation is that I have ground coordinates that are similar to state plane, but because they are not on the grid, they aren't exactly the same. I want to display the coordinates without the first two or three numbers, in order that people won't get confused and think that they are on the grid.
I'm trying to add an aimConstraint between objects that are placed under different transforms, but the problem is, it seems aimConstraints calculate the direction using the target and pointing objects local coordinates, is there someway to make it calculate them using world coordinates instead?
I'm working on a stream restoration project and we need to determine the x coordinates and corresponding elevations along a stream alignment at certain sample lines. The centerline of the stream's alignment has been created as well as sample lines for cross sections at 50' intervals. We need the coordinates & elevations of each sample line (cross section) exported into an excel/txt document.
For instance, at station 1+00 of the alignment we have a sample line. We need to know to the right and left along that sample line the corresponding elevations and that x coordinate) from the alignment. Primarily, whole contour intervals but more information would be useful as well. I was hoping this could be automatically generated.
I am tryiny to import coordinate file like I have so many times and the Select File box keeps telling me "No point file format match found". I click the proper file format and it shows in the Preview box but the OK box will not go dark so I can clcik on it. The file is a CSv and tried making it a txt with no luck. Using 2012.
I'm a GIS analyst trying to learn Cad. I'd like to place a single point in autocad model space at a specific Northing/Easting position. After reading several forum threads I don't think CAD allows me to change the coordinate system of model space from map coords to northing easting coords, as we can in GIS.
In autocad 8, how could I get the XYZ coordinates of a point, on the drawing. With ID or list command it is possible to get the coordinates of a point, but they would not appear on the drawing the way dimensions do.
I have a problem with absolute and relative coordinate regarding drawing an arc.
From my previous studies, I thought whenever I input coordinates in command line, in order to use absolute coordinates I just enter them. If I want to use relative coord, then I can prefix them with @ sign.
For an arc I input as follows: start point: 0,0 2nd point: 500,500 end point: 1000,0. I was expecting to get a half circle from origin to 1000,0 point but to my surprise I find out that CAD gets the input coordinates as relative.
Am I missing something? 1.dwg1.jpg Is this behavior same for all other object drawings?
A way to automatically output a point into a table. For instance having a table searching for a specific block reference or point inside a block or external reference and submitting this into a table with x,y coordinates?
I make a lot of civil drawings and sometime i need to list up relevant coordinates. In stead of manually plotting these in a table i would like to list them up automatically.
Having trouble recently with tracking,For example if i start the line tool, and track from a point, i am given absolute coordinates instead of relative coordinates from that initial point. Absolute coordinates are not much useful to me, I want to be able to start a line at a certain distance from another point.
How can I automatically get point coordinates and show it in drawing. For example I have 100 points and I need to write x and y coordinates right next to the point. (not in table or somewhere else).I guess I need a plugin or smth?
As there is some confusion with the colorspace used with the Sigma SPP software when creating so-called "ProPhoto" 16-bit tiff files for the Merrill-based sensors cameras, and I am contemplating using Lightroom just for LOCA correction, as some seem to imply it works well in comparison to the SPP 5.5.1 equivalent corrections, I'd like to confirm that Lightroom's expectations in terms of photometric interpretation(s).
1) D65 illuminant ==> what are the white point coordinates of Melissa RGB ? (Plankian ?) 2) Gamma ==> is it sRGB or gamma 2.2 or anything else ? 3) Can you elaborate on the metadata (EXIF & tags) used by LightRoom to get the Sigma Merrill SPP 16-bit TIF SPP format photometric data ? 4) What's the closest to Melissa RGB : ERIMM, RIMM or ROMM ?
I'd like to know the coordinates relative to the last entry when creating lines (splines). When creating splines using the line tool, it would be useful to know the coordinates of my current cursor position relative to the last point in an easy way, so I can draw precisely a long line without having to memorize the coordinates of the last point.
Initially, I thought the 'Keyboard Entry" rollout would show the values that reflect what I'm doing visually, just like the rectangle tool for example, or pretty much any other tool, I don't know why the 'line' tool is different but anyways.
I have spent the last couple of hours researching posts back to 2008 regarding inserting inserting a point cloud into Revit at the correct coordinates. I have two files (DXF and PCG) that are in the same coordinate system. They overlay exactly in AutoCAD. Why I see posts back to 2008 with no resolutions on this same topic? Also explain to me why a file indexed in AutoCAD 2013 is not compatable with Revit 2013.