Sketching and Measuring

One of the first things you want to do in any geospatial activity is to measure features on the screen and draw georeferenced interpretations. All TNTgis view windows provide measuring tools and a sketch layer so you can draw elastic lines, boxes, circles, and polygons and see immediate position, orientation, length, and area values. You can also save your visual interpretations as a CAD object in a Project File.

navigate.jpg>sketch visual interpretations



navigate.jpgsolid / boundary polygon

navigate.jpgset line color / width

navigate.jpgcalibrate object scale

navigate.jpgannotate with text


navigate.jpgcircle / ellipse

navigate.jpglocal histogram / profile

navigate.jpgsave your measurements

navigate.jpgexamine raster cell values