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## Barry Graham's Discussions

### FreeCOGO New Site

Started this discussion. Last reply by Survenator Feb 15.

Subject Tags: free, computations, software, cogo

### COMPUTATION CORNER

Started this discussion. Last reply by Barry Graham May 13, 2014.

A triangular shaped area on the corner of North and East Road is to be acquired by the road authority as shown in the diagram.The circular arc AC starts at the tangent point A in North Road 88.44m…Read more →

Subject Tags: math, formula, computation, corner

### A twist on the tower problem

Started this discussion. Last reply by Barry Graham May 14, 2014.

The owner of an industrial complex is in dispute with the local authority over the siting of a sewerage treatment tank on his land.Regulations state that "no part of the structure is permitted within…Read more →

Subject Tags: problem, trigonometry, computation

### Data Collection - Feature and String codes

Started this discussion. Last reply by Barry Graham Jun 24, 2013.

I am updating the Import Points File routine in FreeCOGO and I have some questions related to coding.How do you code your points when using a data collector?Do you use an alpha or numeric…Read more →

Subject Tags: coding, point, collection, Data

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### FreeCOGO New Site

The FREE Co-ordinate Geometry package FreeCOGO has a new home.To download or update your version of FreeCOGO goto the link below.FreeCOGOThis link supersedes any previous links or references published in Land Surveyors United.Barry GrahamMelbourne, AustraliaSee More
Feb 15
"No need to apoligise. Didn't see a thing wrong with your replies Charlie. Volume by Average End Area is the topic heading - nothing else."
Sep 30, 2016
"Rather than Average End Area try this modification using the geometric mean. V = L/3(A1 + SQRT(A1*A2) + A2) L is distance3 between sections at stations 1 and 2. A1 is the cross-sectional area at station 1. A2 is the cross-sectional area at station…"
Sep 28, 2016
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### Free COGO Software - Evaluation and Feedback

Hi members - this is my first visit here. I have written a free COGO program specifically for civil engineering/surveying students in Victoria, Australia.(NOTE: Bearings are whole-circle, clockwise from north).Free licence for personal, non-commercial use.I would be grateful if you would be prepared to download and test the program.The address for feedback may be found in the Help>About  menu or reply on this newsgroup.Download (3Mb) from here:-…See More
Jan 8, 2016
"This discussion is over 3 years old. No idea why it is "featured". No replies then - none expected now!"
Nov 26, 2015
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### U.S. Surveyors - Data shown on cadastral plans?

Prior to preparing a Quadrant Bearing version of FreeCOGO I need your advice.How is title survey data shown on cadastral plans in your state?What rounding, if any, do you apply to data on plans?As an example, in the State of Victoria, Australia the following apply:-(Metric)Lengths in MetresLess than 500 metres - Correct to the nearest 0.01 metre, except where circumstances require greater precision,then correct to the nearest 0.005 metre500 metres and up to 5000 metres - Correct to the nearest…See More
Nov 25, 2015
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### Free COGO Software - Evaluation and Feedback

Hi members - this is my first visit here. I have written a free COGO program specifically for civil engineering/surveying students in Victoria, Australia.(NOTE: Bearings are whole-circle, clockwise from north).Free licence for personal, non-commercial use.I would be grateful if you would be prepared to download and test the program.The address for feedback may be found in the Help>About  menu or reply on this newsgroup.Download (3Mb) from here:-…See More
Apr 20, 2015
"great work  Thanks a lot"
Apr 14, 2015
"Hi Mark, I have downloaded your program and am testing it at the moment. Completely different in appearance and operation from mine. Good luck with the commercial side of your venture. Barry Graham Mt Martha Victoria Australia"
Apr 9, 2015
"Greetings Barry, Tried your program.  Pretty nice.  You have spent a great deal of time coding I know.  I too have ventured into the software development as I could not find suitable programs easy to use.  I have a free trial…"
Apr 8, 2015

## Profile Information

Introduction to other Surveyors. One or more sentence Bio about your Relationship with Surveying
Commenced as Cartographer/Survey Draftsman 1956.
Became interested in Civil Engineering Design in the early 60's completing an Assoc. Diploma in 1970.
Commenced teaching at Technical College 1978 (retired 2002).
Teaching Survey Drafting, Cartography, Civil Design, CAD and Computer Graphics.
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Barry Graham
Location
Mount Martha, Victoria, 3934, Australia
I have experience with the following
Teacher - Civil Engineering and Surveying (retired).
SpecialtySubdivision Planning and Design
How many years have you been surveying?
Commenced a Survey Draftsman 1956 - retired as Teacher at Technical College 2002 - Experience in varied fields 10.
Most comfortable with the following types of instrumentation
Surveying Software

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