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lsitnj
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Fieldbook import-how to show line segments from instrument setup to SS

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12-26-2013 06:35 PM

I imported fbk file that I created from raw, I would like to see how data was collected (from which instrument setup). As I was watching video tutorial, I have seen this, but can't figure it out how to set it up. 

Thanks for any help!

If your .fbk is just points, you won't see any setups. If it is a true field book file, you should see them. Make sure you have "Insert Network Object" toggled on when you import the fieldbook file and you should see the network (with the shots and setups and backsites and all that survey mumbo jumbo that I as an engineer only pretend to understand).

 

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KirkNoonan
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Re: Fieldbook import-how to show line segments from instrument setup to SS

12-27-2013 05:09 AM in reply to: lsitnj

Make sure that this box is checked, and also insert the network object into the drawing.

 

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lsitnj
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Re: Fieldbook import-how to show line segments from instrument setup to SS

12-27-2013 05:46 PM in reply to: KirkNoonan
Kirk, thank you for suggestion, but this didn't help. Do you know where else should I look? All layers are on.
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Re: Fieldbook import-how to show line segments from instrument setup to SS

12-28-2013 06:10 PM in reply to: lsitnj

If your .fbk is just points, you won't see any setups. If it is a true field book file, you should see them. Make sure you have "Insert Network Object" toggled on when you import the fieldbook file and you should see the network (with the shots and setups and backsites and all that survey mumbo jumbo that I as an engineer only pretend to understand).

 

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