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I surveyed a long path, starting from two GPS points and ending with another two. But, at the beginning, I have entered E,N instead of N,E as the occupy point. I only realize this when I try to close the traverse. Is there any easy way to correct this?

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  • Land Surveyor

    Hi Nilusha,

    After downloading your traverse to the PC software you are using, simply change the coordinates of the starting baseline, enter your starting and ending azimuths, and then recalculate the traverse.

    • Not a Surveyor

      thanks you for sharing!

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