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Messsage #: 44
Date: Fri, 19 Jan 2007 00:10:09 -0000
From: "macjc11" 
Subject: EZ Compass 3A

I am wondering if anybody from the compass-users have experience using 
EZ Compass 3A. I am presently using a LabVIEW Programming Software and 
wanted to create an interface software.
Thanks for any help.


Messsage #: 45
Date: Thu, 18 Jan 2007 20:11:53 -0700
From: Paul Jorgenson KE7HR 
Subject: Re: [compass-users] EZ Compass 3A

I have no direct use of this device, but it appears to put out a simle NMEA text stream with the data.  See the documentation at:
http://www.aositilt.com/APPCOMP3A%20user%20manual.pdf

Just use a serial stream, receive the data into a buffer, and then parse the NMEA lines you wish to have data from.  I have written several NMEA parsers in BASIC and Visual Basic.  Anything that can parse text strings should work.

Good luck.

Paul KE7HR (remotely)

 I am wondering if anybody from the compass-users have experience using 
 EZ Compass 3A. I am presently using a LabVIEW Programming Software and 
 wanted to create an interface software.
 Thanks for any help.


Messsage #: 46
Date: Mon, 30 Apr 2007 07:53:45 -0700 (PDT)
From: "Jean Krejca, Ph.D." 
Subject: distance to entrance

  Greetings,
   
  Has anyone used the 'distance from entrance' feature successfully?
   
  My cave is in a single .dat file which I'm using to determine distances from the entrance where some cave species are found for a cave life study.  The distances all say "0" when I display them or when I go to them in the "find station" window.  I've swam around the help menu and webpage quite a bit with no luck.  Any ideas?
   
  thanks, Creature

  Greetings,     Has anyone used the 'distance from entrance' feature successfully?     My cave is in a single .dat file which I'm using to determine distances from the entrance where some cave species are found for a cave life study.  The distances all say "0" when I display them or when I go to them in the "find station" window.  I've swam around the help menu and webpage quite a bit with no luck.  Any ideas?     thanks, Creature


Messsage #: 47
Date: Mon, 30 Apr 2007 14:30:36 -0600
From: "Larry Fish" 
Subject: RE: [compass-users] distance to entrance

Jean,

I have a few of thoughts about why you might not be able to use the
"Distance" feature. The most likely cause is that the Compass "Plot" file
for the cave has not been updated since you installed the newest version of
Compass. The necessary information is contained in the PLT files and old
versions of Compass do not insert the distances.

Compass won't automatically recompile a cave survey file when install a new
version. In fact, it will only automatically recompile if the "DAT" file has
changed. To force it to recompile, select the "Always" option under the
"Compile When" section of the "Project Manager" and press the "Process and
View Cave" option. That will recompile the cave, putting the necessary
information in the plot file.

If that doesn't work, it is possible that there is some conflict with PLT
files. If you have several different copies of your survey data on your
computer, it may be that the Compass Viewer is displaying an old copy of the
plot file. This can happen if you are running the Viewer directly without
going through the Project Manager. One way to solve the problem is to
consolidate your versions of the data, so there is only one copy so program
can't get confused about which version you are working with.

 I have also seen it happen a few times where the "PLT" file is "Write
Protected" and so the compiler cannot overwrite the old file with a newly
compiled one. The Compiler now has the ability to un-protect plot files, but
under certain circumstances, the operating system won't allow changing the
file attributes. To solve this problem, try deleting the associated PLT
file(s) manually and then recompiling the data.

If these options do not work, there may be some other anomaly in your survey
data. If you want, you can send me a copy of the data and I can look it.
Send it to this address: [email protected]

Larry Fish

  _____  

From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]]
On Behalf Of Jean Krejca, Ph.D.
Sent: Monday, April 30, 2007 8:54 AM
Subject: [compass-users] distance to entrance

Greetings,

Has anyone used the 'distance from entrance' feature successfully?

My cave is in a single .dat file which I'm using to determine distances from
the entrance where some cave species are found for a cave life study.  The
distances all say "0" when I display them or when I go to them in the "find
station" window.  I've swam around the help menu and webpage quite a bit
with no luck.  Any ideas?

thanks, Creature

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Messsage #: 48
Date: Sun, 20 May 2007 10:09:25 -0000
From: "bikerguy1927" 
Subject: Handsome and Cool Bikers looking for fun!

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From [email protected] Wed May 30 05:39:18 2007


Messsage #: 49
Date: Wed, 30 May 2007 14:44:14 -0600
From: "Larry Fish" 
Subject: New Features/Progress report

I thought that this would be a good time to give everybody an update on
Compass. I have finally added the "Developed Profile" feature that people
have been requesting for several years. I'm calling it an "Unfolded Profile"
because I think it is more descriptive. There is a description of the newest
features on the web site:

http://www.fountainware.com/compass/

There are several options for the new feature. In the simplest mode, the
azimuth for every shot is set to a fixed angle. This will make every passage
run in the same direction, which is good for making simple, clear profiles
of ascending and descending passages. On the other hand, this option
produces the most distortion of the cave plot.

In the other mode, the azimuth of each passage is set to angle the one
nearest the angle of the vertical plane that was used to flatten the cave.
In other words, it will be set the azimuth to the angle of the plane or the
180 degrees from the angle of the plane depending on which is nearest the
original azimuth. The angle of the plane is selectable, which allows you to
get different profiles that make some passages easier to see. In some cases,
this mode will produce a zigzagging profile, but the overall cave plot will
be less distorted.

I'm still working on other new features, but I haven't had a lot of time
this year. My hard drive crash the day after Christmas 2006 and I have spent
months recovering from the disaster. I think the crash was caused by a power
surge, because it also wiped out some of my backup files on my Linux server.
As a result, I lost almost two months of work.

Fortunately, none of the Compass source files were lost, but two months of
work for one of my clients was lost. I spent two months re-writing all the
code I had produce in November and December. That put me two months behind
on all the other work I needed to do. I have been working over time since
then trying to catch up. I hope to be back to normal by the end of the
summer.

Needless to say, I now have a new, more rigorous backup system. I used to do
backup daily to my Linux server and make CDs and DVDs about once a month.
Since the power surge took my main computer and the backup, I decided that
it was very important to have an off-site backup system.

I finally chose a company called Carbonite, which automatically backs up
your files over the internet the minute they change. I think it works great.
It took about two days for it to do the initial backup of about 2-gigabytes
of files. From that point on, it only backed when a file changed. The backup
process is completely painless; it only operates when the computer is idle,
and it doesn't slow down your computer even the tiniest amount. I never even
notice that it is working. If you have a broadband connection, it is only
$50 a year and it is the ideal way to keep yourself safe. If anyone is
interested, let me know - I get a free month of service for everyone that
signs up through me. There is a 15 day free trial that will let you test it
to see if it meets your needs.

Larry


Messsage #: 50
Date: Thu, 31 May 2007 22:35:20 +0200
From: "Paul De Bie" 
Subject: RE: [compass-users] New Features/Progress report

Hi Larry,
 
I would like to express my thanks and admiration for all the work you do and have done for the
caving community... and that even after such a disastrous computer crash!
 
The new "Unfolded Profile" is indeed something we have been waiting for for a long time. 
I haven't looked at it yet, but I was wondering how you deal with loops? Do you break up the loop or
what? 
 
Another new option that I like a lot is the "distance to entrance" . But could you provide a
possibility to set the actual beginning of the measurements? The entrance, in fact. 
When using a project (MAK), I guess it will start with the Base Location (if set). Correct? But what
if only using a DAT file? I think it will start with the first shot. But that could be anything, in
some cases the survey even starts a long way in the cave.
 
It would also help that, when the "Display Entrance Distance" in the viewer is turned on, you could
see where the zero-point is. By means of an icon, or something. It would even be better if we could
set that zero-point dynamically. In case of multiple-entrance caves, it could be very interesting to
be able to compare the distances from the entrances to a common point (the bottom, for instance). Or
for measuring the length of a through-trip from entrance A to B. 
 
regards,
 
PS: about your hard-drive: why don't you buy a USB external drive? They cost virtually nothing these
days. say for 150-200 USD you've got a 300 GB drive. Buy yourself Norton Ghost too and you don't
have to worry a lot about your backups anymore. The drive can be unplugged when you don't need it,
which will make it a true offline backup medium. 
I would never rely on a slow backupsystem over the Internet, with only a couple of gigabyte of
storage (it is nothing these days, where people are having thousands of photos and music files on
their PC's).  Just my 2 c. 

Paul De Bie
Speleoclub Avalon vzw - BELGIE
http://www.scavalon.be   

  _____  

From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Larry Fish
Sent: Wednesday, May 30, 2007 10:44 PM
Subject: [compass-users] New Features/Progress report

I thought that this would be a good time to give everybody an update on Compass. I have finally
added the "Developed Profile" feature that people have been requesting for several years. I'm
calling it an "Unfolded Profile" because I think it is more descriptive. There is a description of
the newest features on the web site:

http://www.fountainware.com/compass/

There are several options for the new feature. In the simplest mode, the azimuth for every shot is
set to a fixed angle. This will make every passage run in the same direction, which is good for
making simple, clear profiles of ascending and descending passages. On the other hand, this option
produces the most distortion of the cave plot.

In the other mode, the azimuth of each passage is set to angle the one nearest the angle of the
vertical plane that was used to flatten the cave. In other words, it will be set the azimuth to the
angle of the plane or the 180 degrees from the angle of the plane depending on which is nearest the
original azimuth. The angle of the plane is selectable, which allows you to get different profiles
that make some passages easier to see. In some cases, this mode will produce a zigzagging profile,
but the overall cave plot will be less distorted.

I'm still working on other new features, but I haven't had a lot of time this year. My hard drive
crash the day after Christmas 2006 and I have spent months recovering from the disaster. I think the
crash was caused by a power surge, because it also wiped out some of my backup files on my Linux
server. As a result, I lost almost two months of work.

Fortunately, none of the Compass source files were lost, but two months of work for one of my
clients was lost. I spent two months re-writing all the code I had produce in November and December.
That put me two months behind on all the other work I needed to do. I have been working over time
since then trying to catch up. I hope to be back to normal by the end of the summer.

Needless to say, I now have a new, more rigorous backup system. I used to do backup daily to my
Linux server and make CDs and DVDs about once a month. Since the power surge took my main computer
and the backup, I decided that it was very important to have an off-site backup system.

I finally chose a company called Carbonite, which automatically backs up your files over the
internet the minute they change. I think it works great. It took about two days for it to do the
initial backup of about 2-gigabytes of files. From that point on, it only backed when a file
changed. The backup process is completely painless; it only operates when the computer is idle, and
it doesn't slow down your computer even the tiniest amount. I never even notice that it is working.
If you have a broadband connection, it is only $50 a year and it is the ideal way to keep yourself
safe. If anyone is interested, let me know - I get a free month of service for everyone that signs
up through me. There is a 15 day free trial that will let you test it to see if it meets your needs.

Larry

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LI.left13 {
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P.left14 {
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LI.left14 {
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LI.bld7 {
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P.left15 {
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LI.left15 {
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DIV.left15 {
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}
P.left16 {
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LI.left16 {
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DIV.left16 {
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LI.bld8 {
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P.left17 {
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LI.left17 {
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DIV.left17 {
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P.left18 {
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LI.left18 {
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DIV.left18 {
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LI.bld9 {
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P.left19 {
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LI.left19 {
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DIV.left19 {
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LI.ct {
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DIV.ct {
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P.left20 {
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LI.left20 {
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DIV.left20 {
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LI.bld10 {
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P.left21 {
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LI.left21 {
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DIV.left21 {
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LI.cat {
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DIV.cat {
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}
P.left22 {
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LI.left22 {
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DIV.left22 {
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LI.ct2 {
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LI.cat1 {
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DIV.cat1 {
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LI.bld11 {
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P.left23 {
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LI.left23 {
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DIV.left23 {
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}
P.left24 {
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}
LI.left24 {
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}
DIV.left24 {
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LI.ct3 {
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}
DIV.ct3 {
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}
LI.cat2 {
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}
DIV.cat2 {
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}
LI.bld12 {
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}
DIV.bld12 {
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P.left25 {
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}
LI.left25 {
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}
DIV.left25 {
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}
P.left26 {
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}
LI.left26 {
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}
DIV.left26 {
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}
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}
LI.ct4 {
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}
DIV.ct4 {
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}
LI.cat3 {
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}
DIV.cat3 {
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}
LI.bld13 {
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}
DIV.bld13 {
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}
P.left27 {
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}
LI.left27 {
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}
DIV.left27 {
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}
P.left28 {
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}
LI.left28 {
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}
DIV.left28 {
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}
P.ct5 {
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}
LI.ct5 {
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}
DIV.ct5 {
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P.cat4 {
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}
LI.cat4 {
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}
DIV.cat4 {
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}
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}
LI.bld14 {
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}
DIV.bld14 {
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}
P.left29 {
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}
LI.left29 {
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DIV.ct6 {
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LI.cat5 {
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DIV.cat5 {
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LI.bld15 {
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P.left31 {
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}
LI.left31 {
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}
DIV.left31 {
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}
P.left32 {
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}
LI.left32 {
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}
DIV.left32 {
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}
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LI.ct7 {
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DIV.ct7 {
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LI.cat6 {
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DIV.cat6 {
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LI.bld16 {
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P.left33 {
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LI.left33 {
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DIV.left33 {
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P.left34 {
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LI.left34 {
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DIV.left34 {
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LI.ct8 {
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DIV.ct8 {
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LI.cat7 {
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DIV.cat7 {
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LI.bld17 {
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DIV.bld17 {
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P.left35 {
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}
LI.left35 {
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}
DIV.left35 {
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}
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LI.left36 {
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DIV.left36 {
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LI.ct9 {
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LI.cat8 {
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DIV.cat8 {
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LI.bld18 {
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P.left37 {
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}
LI.left37 {
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}
DIV.left37 {
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LI.ad {
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}
DIV.ad {
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}
P.left38 {
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}
LI.left38 {
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}
DIV.left38 {
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}
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}
LI.ct10 {
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}
DIV.ct10 {
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LI.cat9 {
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DIV.cat9 {
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}
LI.ad1 {
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}
DIV.ad1 {
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LI.bld19 {
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}
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P.left39 {
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}
LI.left39 {
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}
DIV.left39 {
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}
P.left40 {
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}
LI.left40 {
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}
DIV.left40 {
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LI.ct11 {
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}
DIV.ct11 {
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LI.cat10 {
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}
DIV.cat10 {
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LI.ad2 {
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}
DIV.ad2 {
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}
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}
LI.bld20 {
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}
DIV.bld20 {
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}
P.left41 {
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}
LI.left41 {
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}
DIV.left41 {
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}
P.left42 {
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}
LI.left42 {
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}
DIV.left42 {
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}
P.ct12 {
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}
LI.ct12 {
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}
DIV.ct12 {
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Hi Larry,
 
I would like to express my thanks and admiration for all 
the work you do and have done for the caving community... and that even after 
such a disastrous computer crash!
 
The new "Unfolded Profile" is indeed something we have been 
waiting for for a long time. 
I haven't looked at it yet, but I was wondering how you 
deal with loops? Do you break up the loop or what? 
 
Another new option that I like a lot is the "distance to entrance" . But 
could you provide a possibility to set the actual beginning of the measurements? 
The entrance, in fact. 
When 
using a project (MAK), I guess it will start with the Base Location (if set). 
Correct? But what if only using a DAT file? I think it will 
start with the first shot. But that could be anything, in some 
cases the survey even starts a long way in the cave.
 
It 
would also help that, when the "Display Entrance Distance" in the viewer is 
turned on, you could see where the zero-point is. By means of an icon, or 
something. It would even be better if we could set that zero-point dynamically. 
In case of multiple-entrance caves, it could be very interesting to be able to 
compare the distances from the 
entrances to a common point (the bottom, for instance). Or for measuring the 
length of a through-trip from entrance A to B. 
 
regards,
 
PS: 
about your hard-drive: why don't you buy a USB external drive? They cost 
virtually nothing these days. say for 150-200 USD you've got a 300 GB drive. Buy 
yourself Norton Ghost too and you don't have to worry a lot about your backups 
anymore. The drive can be unplugged when you don't need it, which will make it a 
true offline backup medium. 
I 
would never rely on a slow backupsystem over the Internet, with only a couple of 
gigabyte of storage (it is nothing these days, where people are having thousands 
of photos and music files on their PC's).  Just my 2 c. 

 
Paul De BieSpeleoclub Avalon vzw - BELGIEhttp://www.scavalon.be 
 
  
  From: [email protected] 
  [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Larry 
  FishSent: Wednesday, May 30, 2007 10:44 PMTo: 
  [email protected]: [compass-users] New 
  Features/Progress report
  
  I thought that this 
  would be a good time to give everybody an update on Compass. I have finally 
  added the "Developed Profile" feature that people have been requesting for 
  several years. I'm calling it an "Unfolded Profile" because I think it is more 
  descriptive. There is a description of the newest features on the web 
  site:
   
  http://www.fountainware.com/compass/
   
  There are several 
  options for the new feature. In the simplest mode, the azimuth for every shot 
  is set to a fixed angle. This will make every passage run in the same 
  direction, which is good for making simple, clear profiles of ascending and 
  descending passages. On the other hand, this option produces the most 
  distortion of the cave plot.
   
  In the other mode, 
  the azimuth of each passage is set to angle the one nearest the angle of the 
  vertical plane that was used to flatten the cave. In other words, it will be 
  set the azimuth to the angle of the plane or the 180 degrees from the angle of 
  the plane depending on which is nearest the original azimuth. The angle of the 
  plane is selectable, which allows you to get different profiles that make some 
  passages easier to see. In some cases, this mode will produce a zigzagging 
  profile, but the overall cave plot will be less 
  distorted.
   
  I'm still working on 
  other new features, but I haven't had a lot of time this year. My hard drive 
  crash the day after Christmas 2006 and I have spent months recovering from the 
  disaster. I think the crash was caused by a power surge, because it also wiped 
  out some of my backup files on my Linux server. As a result, I lost almost two 
  months of work.
   
  Fortunately, none of 
  the Compass source files were lost, but two months of work for one of my 
  clients was lost. I spent two months re-writing all the code I had produce in 
  November and December. That put me two months behind on all the other work I 
  needed to do. I have been working over time since then trying to catch up. I 
  hope to be back to normal by the end of the 
  summer.
   
  Needless to say, I 
  now have a new, more rigorous backup system. I used to do backup daily to my 
  Linux server and make CDs and DVDs about once a month. Since the power surge 
  took my main computer and the backup, I decided that it was very important to 
  have an off-site backup system.
   
  I finally chose a 
  company called Carbonite, which automatically backs up your files over the 
  internet the minute they change. I think it works great. It took about two 
  days for it to do the initial backup of about 2-gigabytes of files. From that 
  point on, it only backed when a file changed. The backup process is completely 
  painless; it only operates when the computer is idle, and it doesn't slow down 
  your computer even the tiniest amount. I never even notice that it is working. 
  If you have a broadband connection, it is only $50 a year and it is the ideal 
  way to keep yourself safe. If anyone is interested, let me know - I get a free 
  month of service for everyone that signs up through me. There is a 15 day free 
  trial that will let you test it to see if it meets your 
  needs.
   
  Larry 


Messsage #: 51
Date: Fri, 1 Jun 2007 05:10:24 -0600
From: "Larry Fish" 
Subject: RE: [compass-users] New Features/Progress report

Paul,

 I haven't looked at it yet, but I was wondering how you deal

 with loops? Do you break up the loop or what? 

That's a good question. I hadn't even thought of them. At this point if you
don't close the loop, a large offset will occur at the closing station. If
you do close the loops, the offset is distributed throughout the loop. I
probably should break the loop, but the question would be: what is the best
place? Hopefully most of the caves where the profiles are need don't have
many loops.

 Another new option that I like a lot is the "distance to

 entrance" . But could you provide a possibility to set the

 actual beginning of the measurements? The entrance, in fact.

All your suggestions, like setting entrance the entrance position etc. will
have to wait until I come out with the new data format. The old one really
doesn't have room for the data that is necessary for the feature. 

By the way, I have a lot of the code written for the new format and I have
some exciting new ideas for making it easier to edit and organize surveys.
For example, I want to be able to drag and drop surveys, files and shots
from place to place in the project. Unfortunately, that will have to wait
for a couple of months since I'm behind on three projects for clients as a
result of the disk crash.

 PS: about your hard-drive: why don't you buy a USB external

 drive? They cost virtually nothing these days. say for

 150-200 USD you've got a 300 GB drive.

Yes I immediately bought a 250 gig USB hard drive and I run automated daily
and weekly backups to it. However, since both my main computer and the
backup server got hit by the power surge, I realized that I was vulnerable
to anything that could hit my house - like lightening, fire, meteor impact.
:-)

 I would never rely on a slow backupsystem over the Internet,

 with only a couple of gigabyte of storage (it is nothing

 these days, where people are having thousands of photos and

 music files on their PC's).

Actually, the storage is unlimited. I just chose a specific subset of my
files that were the most crucial to my work because I thought maybe the
speed would be a problem. I'm not sure it would be. Once it completes the
initial backup, the program chips away at the new files as you work. It is
really amazing how much time you spend just sitting there without the
computer doing anything. Even when I'm working hard, I probably don't'
average more than five or ten new files every hour and it keeps up with that
just fine. Maybe if you were video editing and making lots of copies as
work, it would be a problem. But even then, it would be backing up while you
were editing in memory and viewing the play back. At any rate, it is
completely painless and I'm never even aware of it working. 

Larry_ 


Messsage #: 52
Date: Tue, 5 Jun 2007 19:01:13 +0200
From: "Paul De Bie" 
Subject: Converting from PLT file?

Hi Larry,

is it somehow possible to convert from a PLT file to a DAT file?
You don't have some little tool for that?

I need to convert a big survey file which was made in Visual Topo. This program has an export
possibility to Compass PLT.
But I really need the survey data to be able to continue in the future with this survey. 

TIA

Paul De Bie
Speleoclub Avalon vzw - BELGIE
http://www.scavalon.be


Messsage #: 53
Date: Tue, 05 Jun 2007 18:51:47 -0400
From: Christian Chenier 
Subject: Re: [compass-users] Converting from PLT file?

Hi Paul,
         One method for going from VisualTopo to 
Compass would be to go through Auriga 
(www.speleo.qc.ca/auriga) .  The Auriga Conduit 
can input and output both the Visual Topo and 
Compass formats.  I also wrote a quick converter 
a few years back to bring some VTopo data into 
Compass, but it was very specific to my needs at 
the time and for this reason never published 
it.  (The data format for both VTopo and Compass 
is rather straightforward, so a converter was not 
too hard to write.)  Notice that VTopo can also 
copy & paste to Excel (but this needs to be done 
one "session" ("survey") at a time.  Maybe 
there's a quick way to get Excel data into Compass?

Chris

At 13:01 2007-06-05, Paul De Bie wrote:

Hi Larry,

is it somehow possible to convert from a PLT file to a DAT file?
You don't have some little tool for that?

I need to convert a big survey file which was 
made in Visual Topo. This program has an export
possibility to Compass PLT.
But I really need the survey data to be able to 
continue in the future with this survey.

TIA

Paul De Bie
Speleoclub Avalon vzw - BELGIE
http://www.scavalon.be

Christian Ch‚nier
Gatineau (Qu‚bec), Canada
(819) 772-8824 

Hi Paul,
        One method
for going from VisualTopo to Compass would be to go through Auriga
(
www.speleo.qc.ca/auriga) .  The Auriga Conduit can input and
output both the Visual Topo and Compass formats.  I also wrote a
quick converter a few years back to bring some VTopo data into Compass,
but it was very specific to my needs at the time and for this reason
never published it.  (The data format for both VTopo and Compass is
rather straightforward, so a converter was not too hard to write.) 
Notice that VTopo can also copy & paste to Excel (but this needs to
be done one "session" ("survey") at a time. 
Maybe there's a quick way to get Excel data into Compass?
Chris

At 13:01 2007-06-05, Paul De Bie wrote:
Hi Larry,
is it somehow possible to convert from a PLT file to a DAT file?
You don't have some little tool for that?
I need to convert a big survey file which was made in Visual Topo. This
program has an export
possibility to Compass PLT.
But I really need the survey data to be able to continue in the future
with this survey. 
TIA
Paul De Bie
Speleoclub Avalon vzw - BELGIE
http://www.scavalon.be

Christian Ch‚nier
Gatineau (Qu‚bec), Canada
(819) 772-8824


Messsage #: 54
Date: Wed, 6 Jun 2007 17:57:37 +0200
From: "Paul De Bie" 
Subject: RE: [compass-users] Converting from PLT file?

Hi Chris,
 
I know the Compass format quite well, I have also written a converter from a specific Text format to
Compass, from Compass to Onstation etc
(you can find it here, but I should translate it in English one day):
http://www.scavalon.be/avalonnl/software/convert.htm
 
As for VTopo: it's easy to get to the raw data (Excel, or even Notepad :-) but it is not immediately
useable and it needs a lot of slow manual work. I've been through it several times...
One problem is that in VTopo the passage dimensions are mesured at the FROM station and not at the
(more conventional) TO station. 
So that makes it already a big hassle if you want to copy/paste the raw data into some Compass-like
textformat: you have to shift all LRUD data to their correct stations...
 
But, if you use the PLT export option in VTopo, then it seems to take this into account (should
check it again to be sure). That's why I wondered if one could use to PLT file to recalculate the
shot data: then the passage dimensions would be adjusted to the correct shots. 
 
Auriga: I don't know if it takes these "shifted" passage dimensions into account or not when
converting to Compass. 
I will send a copy of this message to Luc Leblanc...
Anyway I don't have a Palm computer so I'm afraid this won't help me out. 
 
Another awkward thing in VTopo is that in pits, the "UP"/Down dimension is the height/depth of the
pit. Which is wrong, dimensions are what they are: the dimensions of the passage, measured in a
PERPENDICULAR way around the station. They should represent the diameter of the pit, not its total
height/depth.  
 
We are exploring at the Pierre-St-Martin area and each time our French friends have surveyed in
"VTopo-style" I have to correct all LRUD data. Because you get stuff like
A1   A2  12.23  180  -83  3.0  2.0  60.0  30.0  
- A downwards  measure in the middle of a nearly vertical 90 m pit but the up/down is wrong. It
should have been something like 4.0  3.5  (in a pit 7.5 m wide). However, VTopo will draw the
passage dimensions correctly, so in my opinion it is already screwed up in the program itself.  
 
Personally I don't understand why Eric David (the author of VTopo) has chosen to export to PLT and
not to DAT...  PLT is not a surveying format; it is an intermediate format only used by the
Compass/CaveX viewer...
 
ciao

Paul De Bie
Speleoclub Avalon vzw - BELGIE
http://www.scavalon.be   

  _____  

From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Christian
Chenier
Sent: Wednesday, June 06, 2007 12:52 AM
Subject: Re: [compass-users] Converting from PLT file?

Hi Paul,
        One method for going from VisualTopo to Compass would be to go through Auriga (
 www.speleo.qc.ca/auriga) .  The Auriga Conduit can input and output
both the Visual Topo and Compass formats.  I also wrote a quick converter a few years back to bring
some VTopo data into Compass, but it was very specific to my needs at the time and for this reason
never published it.  (The data format for both VTopo and Compass is rather straightforward, so a
converter was not too hard to write.)  Notice that VTopo can also copy & paste to Excel (but this
needs to be done one "session" ("survey") at a time.  Maybe there's a quick way to get Excel data
into Compass?

Chris

At 13:01 2007-06-05, Paul De Bie wrote:

Hi Larry,

is it somehow possible to convert from a PLT file to a DAT file?
You don't have some little tool for that?

I need to convert a big survey file which was made in Visual Topo. This program has an export
possibility to Compass PLT.
But I really need the survey data to be able to continue in the future with this survey. 

TIA

Paul De Bie
Speleoclub Avalon vzw - BELGIE
http://www.scavalon.be

Christian Ch‚nier
Gatineau (Qu‚bec), Canada
(819) 772-8824  

Hi 
Chris,
 
I know the 
Compass format quite well, I have 
also written a converter from a specific Text format to Compass, from Compass to 
Onstation etc
(you can find it here, but 
I should translate it in English one day):
http://www.scavalon.be/avalonnl/software/convert.htm
 
As for VTopo: it's 
easy to get to the raw data (Excel, or even Notepad :-) but it is not 
immediately useable and it needs a lot of slow manual work. I've been through it several 
times...
One problem is that in 
VTopo the passage dimensions are mesured at the FROM station and not at the 
(more conventional) TO station. 
So that makes it already a 
big hassle if you want to copy/paste the raw data into some Compass-like 
textformat: you have to shift all LRUD data to their correct 
stations...
 
But, if you use the PLT 
export option in VTopo, then it seems to take this into account (should check it again to be sure). That's why 
I wondered if one could use to PLT file to recalculate the shot data: then the passage dimensions would be adjusted to the 
correct shots. 
 
Auriga: I don't know if it 
takes these "shifted" passage dimensions into account or not when converting to 
Compass. 
I will send a copy of this 
message to Luc Leblanc...
Anyway I don't have a Palm 
computer so I'm afraid this won't help me out. 
 
Another awkward thing in 
VTopo is that in pits, the "UP"/Down dimension is the height/depth of the pit. 
Which is wrong, dimensions are what they are: the dimensions of the 
passage, measured in a  PERPENDICULAR way around the 
station. They should represent the diameter of the pit, not its total 
height/depth.  
 
We are exploring at the 
Pierre-St-Martin area and each time our French friends have surveyed in 
"VTopo-style" I have to correct all LRUD data. Because you get stuff 
like
A1   A2  
12.23  180  -83  3.0  2.0  60.0  30.0  

-> A downwards  measure in the middle of a nearly vertical 90 
m pit but the up/down is wrong. It should have been something like 
4.0  3.5  (in a pit 7.5 m wide). However, VTopo will draw the passage 
dimensions correctly, so in my opinion it is already screwed up in the program 
itself.  
 
Personally I don't 
understand why Eric David (the author of VTopo) has chosen to export to PLT and 
not to DAT...  PLT is not a surveying format; it is an intermediate format 
only used by the Compass/CaveX viewer...
 
ciao
 
Paul De BieSpeleoclub Avalon vzw - BELGIEhttp://www.scavalon.be 
 
  
  From: [email protected] 
  [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Christian 
  ChenierSent: Wednesday, June 06, 2007 12:52 AMTo: 
  [email protected]: Re: [compass-users] 
  Converting from PLT file?
  Hi 
  Paul,        One 
  method for going from VisualTopo to Compass would be to go through Auriga ( 
  www.speleo.qc.ca/auriga) .  The Auriga Conduit can input and output 
  both the Visual Topo and Compass formats.  I also wrote a quick converter 
  a few years back to bring some VTopo data into Compass, but it was very 
  specific to my needs at the time and for this reason never published it.  
  (The data format for both VTopo and Compass is rather straightforward, so a 
  converter was not too hard to write.)  Notice that VTopo can also copy 
  & paste to Excel (but this needs to be done one "session" ("survey") at a 
  time.  Maybe there's a quick way to get Excel data into 
  Compass?ChrisAt 13:01 2007-06-05, Paul De Bie 
  wrote:
  Hi Larry,is it somehow 
    possible to convert from a PLT file to a DAT file?You don't have some 
    little tool for that?I need to convert a big survey file which was 
    made in Visual Topo. This program has an exportpossibility to Compass 
    PLT.But I really need the survey data to be able to continue in the 
    future with this survey. TIAPaul De BieSpeleoclub Avalon 
    vzw - BELGIEhttp://www.scavalon.be
  --------------------------------------------Christian 
  Ch‚nierGatineau (Qu‚bec), Canada(819) 772-8824  


Messsage #: 55
Date: Wed, 6 Jun 2007 15:04:33 -0600
From: "Larry Fish" 
Subject: RE: [compass-users] Converting from PLT file?

Sorry I didn't get back to you earlier. I have been in and out for the past
couple of days. I don't have a program that will directly convert a PLT file
into a Compass DAT file. The closest I have is a very old DOS program that
allows you to enter Cartesian coordinates and will create the corresponding
Compass "DAT" file. To convert a Compass PLT file with it, you would need to
open the PLT file in a text editor and look at the X,Y,Z coordinates for
each station and enter them in the program. It would be time consuming, but
it would work. If the files is very big (as you describe), it is probably
not a useful solution. You can find a copy here, in case that seems like a
viable option:

http://www.fountainware.com/download/CART2CSS.zip

Since the PLT, plot file is in Cartesian coordinates, I wonder if it
wouldn't be easier to use the VTopo input file. I don't know anything about
VTopo, but it seems like at some point they must have entered the data as
Azimuth, Length and Inclination. That would be easier to convert although I
don't know of any program that would do it.

I don't know if anyone has checked, but a lot of programs support the SEF
export format for exchanging with other programs. If VTopo did, Compass can
import SEF data. Also, there might be another path. The program "Rosetta
Stal" is designed to be a kind of Rosetta Stone for a variety file formats.
It will import 11 different formats. None of them are VTopo formats, but if
you could find a way to get the VTopo data into one of those formats, that
would solve the problem. You can find VTopo here:

http://www.resurgentsoftware.com/rosettastal.htm

Larry

  _____  

From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]]
On Behalf Of Paul De Bie
Sent: Tuesday, June 05, 2007 11:01 AM
Subject: [compass-users] Converting from PLT file?

Hi Larry,

is it somehow possible to convert from a PLT file to a DAT file?
You don't have some little tool for that?

I need to convert a big survey file which was made in Visual Topo. This
program has an export
possibility to Compass PLT.
But I really need the survey data to be able to continue in the future with
this survey. 

TIA

Paul De Bie
Speleoclub Avalon vzw - BELGIE
http://www.scavalon  .be

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Messsage #: 56
Date: Wed,  6 Jun 2007 23:17:20 -0400
From: Luc Le Blanc 
Subject: RE: [compass-users] Converting from PLT file?

Selon Paul De Bie :

 One problem is that in VTopo the passage dimensions are mesured at
 the FROM station and not at the
 (more conventional) TO station. 
 So that makes it already a big hassle if you want to copy/paste the
 raw data into some Compass-like
 textformat: you have to shift all LRUD data to their correct
 stations...
  
 But, if you use the PLT export option in VTopo, then it seems to take
 this into account (should
 check it again to be sure). That's why I wondered if one could use to
 PLT file to recalculate the
 shot data: then the passage dimensions would be adjusted to the
 correct shots. 
  
 Auriga: I don't know if it takes these "shifted" passage dimensions
 into account or not when
 converting to Compass. 
 I will send a copy of this message to Luc Leblanc...

Auriga allows dimensions to be set at either station of each survey
shot. If you upload a VTopo file into Auriga, the conduit should thus
set the LRUDs to the the start (from) station. It is then possible to
change that in Auriga before you download the data into Compass, but
there currently is no quick method to do it all at once in Auriga (I'm
currently working on such mass changes).

 Anyway I don't have a Palm computer so I'm afraid this won't help me
 out. 

Actually, if you install POSE (Palm OS Emulator), you can try Auriga on
your PC and even run the conduit on it. You can get a POSE executable
pre-loaded with Auriga through the Download page of the Auriga Web site
: http://www.speleo.qc.ca/Auriga

 Personally I don't understand why Eric David (the author of VTopo)
 has chosen to export to PLT and not to DAT... 

Did you ask him? If ric gets as little feedback as I do for Auriga,
he'd have to read minds to guess what people would prefer...

Luc Le Blanc


Messsage #: 57
Date: Thu, 7 Jun 2007 18:49:20 +0200
From: "Paul De Bie" 
Subject: RE: [compass-users] Converting from PLT file?

Hi Larry,
 
thanks for the offer but it will be quicker to use the VT data. Actually the data format is a simple
text file, Compass style if you like. 
That's what I like so much about text files: you can always get away with them  (I've told you my
objections against your XML project :-) )
 
I will first ask the author of VT to see what he can do. If he doesn't move, I'll write the
convertor myself; Not such a big deal if it weren't for those bloody passage dimensions that have
all got to go to the correct shots.
 
I know about  and sometimes use Rosettastal but it can't help me out here. 
 
regards

Paul De Bie
Speleoclub Avalon vzw - BELGIE
http://www.scavalon.be   

  _____  

From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Larry Fish
Sent: Wednesday, June 06, 2007 11:05 PM
Subject: RE: [compass-users] Converting from PLT file?

Sorry I didn't get back to you earlier. I have been in and out for the past couple of days. I don't
have a program that will directly convert a PLT file into a Compass DAT file. The closest I have is
a very old DOS program that allows you to enter Cartesian coordinates and will create the
corresponding Compass "DAT" file. To convert a Compass PLT file with it, you would need to open the
PLT file in a text editor and look at the X,Y,Z coordinates for each station and enter them in the
program. It would be time consuming, but it would work. If the files is very big (as you describe),
it is probably not a useful solution. You can find a copy here, in case that seems like a viable
option:

http://www.fountainware.com/download/CART2CSS.zip

Since the PLT, plot file is in Cartesian coordinates, I wonder if it wouldn't be easier to use the
VTopo input file. I don't know anything about VTopo, but it seems like at some point they must have
entered the data as Azimuth, Length and Inclination. That would be easier to convert although I
don't know of any program that would do it.

I don't know if anyone has checked, but a lot of programs support the SEF export format for
exchanging with other programs. If VTopo did, Compass can import SEF data. Also, there might be
another path. The program "Rosetta Stal" is designed to be a kind of Rosetta Stone for a variety
file formats. It will import 11 different formats. None of them are VTopo formats, but if you could
find a way to get the VTopo data into one of those formats, that would solve the problem. You can
find VTopo here:

http://www.resurgentsoftware.com/rosettastal.htm

Larry

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LI.left3 {
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}
P.left4 {
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LI.left4 {
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LI.left5 {
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DIV.left5 {
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P.left6 {
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LI.left6 {
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P.left7 {
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LI.left7 {
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DIV.left7 {
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P.left8 {
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LI.left8 {
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DIV.left8 {
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LI.bld4 {
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DIV.bld4 {
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P.left9 {
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LI.left9 {
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DIV.left9 {
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P.left10 {
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LI.left10 {
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DIV.left10 {
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P.bld5 {
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LI.bld5 {
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DIV.bld5 {
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P.left11 {
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LI.left11 {
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DIV.left11 {
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P.left12 {
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}
LI.left12 {
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DIV.left12 {
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LI.bld6 {
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DIV.bld6 {
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P.left13 {
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LI.left13 {
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}
DIV.left13 {
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}
P.left14 {
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LI.left14 {
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DIV.left14 {
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LI.bld7 {
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P.left15 {
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}
LI.left15 {
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}
DIV.left15 {
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}
P.left16 {
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}
LI.left16 {
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}
DIV.left16 {
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LI.bld8 {
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DIV.bld8 {
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P.left17 {
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}
LI.left17 {
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}
DIV.left17 {
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}
P.left18 {
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}
LI.left18 {
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}
DIV.left18 {
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}
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LI.bld9 {
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}
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P.left19 {
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}
LI.left19 {
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}
DIV.left19 {
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P.ct {
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LI.ct {
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DIV.ct {
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}
P.left20 {
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}
LI.left20 {
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}
DIV.left20 {
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}
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LI.ct1 {
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DIV.ct1 {
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LI.bld10 {
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}
DIV.bld10 {
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}
P.left21 {
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}
LI.left21 {
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}
DIV.left21 {
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}
P.cat {
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}
LI.cat {
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}
DIV.cat {
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}
P.left22 {
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}
LI.left22 {
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}
DIV.left22 {
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}
P.ct2 {
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}
LI.ct2 {
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}
DIV.ct2 {
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P.cat1 {
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}
LI.cat1 {
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}
DIV.cat1 {
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}
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}
LI.bld11 {
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}
DIV.bld11 {
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}
P.left23 {
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}
LI.left23 {
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}
DIV.left23 {
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}
LI.ad {
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}
DIV.ad {
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}
P.left38 {
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}
LI.left38 {
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}
DIV.left38 {
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}
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}
LI.ct10 {
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}
DIV.ct10 {
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}
P.cat9 {
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}
LI.cat9 {
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}
DIV.cat9 {
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}
P.ad1 {
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}
LI.ad1 {
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}
DIV.ad1 {
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}
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}
LI.bld19 {
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}
DIV.bld19 {
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}
P.left39 {
	FONT-SIZE: 12pt; MARGIN-LEFT: 0in; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0in; FONT-FAMILY: "Times New Roman"; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto
}
LI.left39 {
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}
DIV.left39 {
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}
P.left40 {
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}
LI.left40 {
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}
DIV.left40 {
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}
P.ct11 {
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}
LI.ct11 {
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}
DIV.ct11 {
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}
P.cat10 {
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}
LI.cat10 {
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}
DIV.cat10 {
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}
P.ad2 {
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}
LI.ad2 {
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}
DIV.ad2 {
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}
P.bld20 {
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}
LI.bld20 {
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}
DIV.bld20 {
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}
P.left41 {
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}
LI.left41 {
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}
DIV.left41 {
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}
P.left42 {
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}
LI.left42 {
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}
DIV.left42 {
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}
P.ct12 {
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}
LI.ct12 {
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}
DIV.ct12 {
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}
P.cat11 {
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}
LI.cat11 {
	FONT-WEIGHT: bold; FONT-SIZE: 12pt; MARGIN-LEFT: 0in; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0in; FONT-FAMILY: "Times New Roman"; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto
}
DIV.cat11 {
	FONT-WEIGHT: bold; FONT-SIZE: 12pt; MARGIN-LEFT: 0in; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0in; FONT-FAMILY: "Times New Roman"; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto
}
P.ad3 {
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}
LI.ad3 {
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}
DIV.ad3 {
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}
P.bld21 {
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}
LI.bld21 {
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}
DIV.bld21 {
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}
P.left43 {
	FONT-SIZE: 12pt; MARGIN-LEFT: 0in; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0in; FONT-FAMILY: "Times New Roman"; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto
}
LI.left43 {
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}
DIV.left43 {
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}
P.left44 {
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}
LI.left44 {
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}
DIV.left44 {
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}
P.ct13 {
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}
LI.ct13 {
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}
DIV.ct13 {
	FONT-WEIGHT: bold; FONT-SIZE: 12pt; MARGIN-LEFT: 0in; COLOR: #ff7900; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0in; FONT-FAMILY: "Times New Roman"; TEXT-ALIGN: right; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto
}
P.cat12 {
	FONT-WEIGHT: bold; FONT-SIZE: 12pt; MARGIN-LEFT: 0in; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0in; FONT-FAMILY: "Times New Roman"; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto
}
LI.cat12 {
	FONT-WEIGHT: bold; FONT-SIZE: 12pt; MARGIN-LEFT: 0in; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0in; FONT-FAMILY: "Times New Roman"; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto
}
DIV.cat12 {
	FONT-WEIGHT: bold; FONT-SIZE: 12pt; MARGIN-LEFT: 0in; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0in; FONT-FAMILY: "Times New Roman"; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto
}
P.ad4 {
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}
LI.ad4 {
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}
DIV.ad4 {
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}
P.bld22 {
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}
LI.bld22 {
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}
DIV.bld22 {
	FONT-WEIGHT: bold; FONT-SIZE: 12pt; MARGIN-LEFT: 0in; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0in; FONT-FAMILY: "Times New Roman"; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto
}
P.left45 {
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}
LI.left45 {
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}
DIV.left45 {
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}
P.left46 {
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}
LI.left46 {
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}
DIV.left46 {
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}
P.ct14 {
	FONT-WEIGHT: bold; FONT-SIZE: 12pt; MARGIN-LEFT: 0in; COLOR: #ff7900; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0in; FONT-FAMILY: "Times New Roman"; TEXT-ALIGN: right; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto
}
LI.ct14 {
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}
DIV.ct14 {
	FONT-WEIGHT: bold; FONT-SIZE: 12pt; MARGIN-LEFT: 0in; COLOR: #ff7900; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0in; FONT-FAMILY: "Times New Roman"; TEXT-ALIGN: right; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto
}
P.cat13 {
	FONT-WEIGHT: bold; FONT-SIZE: 12pt; MARGIN-LEFT: 0in; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0in; FONT-FAMILY: "Times New Roman"; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto
}
LI.cat13 {
	FONT-WEIGHT: bold; FONT-SIZE: 12pt; MARGIN-LEFT: 0in; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0in; FONT-FAMILY: "Times New Roman"; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto
}
DIV.cat13 {
	FONT-WEIGHT: bold; FONT-SIZE: 12pt; MARGIN-LEFT: 0in; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0in; FONT-FAMILY: "Times New Roman"; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto
}
P.ad5 {
	FONT-SIZE: 12pt; MARGIN-LEFT: 0in; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0in; FONT-FAMILY: "Times New Roman"; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto
}
LI.ad5 {
	FONT-SIZE: 12pt; MARGIN-LEFT: 0in; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0in; FONT-FAMILY: "Times New Roman"; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto
}
DIV.ad5 {
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}
P.bld23 {
	FONT-WEIGHT: bold; FONT-SIZE: 12pt; MARGIN-LEFT: 0in; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0in; FONT-FAMILY: "Times New Roman"; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto
}
LI.bld23 {
	FONT-WEIGHT: bold; FONT-SIZE: 12pt; MARGIN-LEFT: 0in; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0in; FONT-FAMILY: "Times New Roman"; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto
}
DIV.bld23 {
	FONT-WEIGHT: bold; FONT-SIZE: 12pt; MARGIN-LEFT: 0in; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0in; FONT-FAMILY: "Times New Roman"; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto
}
P.left47 {
	FONT-SIZE: 12pt; MARGIN-LEFT: 0in; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0in; FONT-FAMILY: "Times New Roman"; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto
}
LI.left47 {
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}
DIV.left47 {
	FONT-SIZE: 12pt; MARGIN-LEFT: 0in; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0in; FONT-FAMILY: "Times New Roman"; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto
}
P.left48 {
	FONT-SIZE: 12pt; MARGIN-LEFT: 0in; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0in; FONT-FAMILY: "Times New Roman"; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto
}
LI.left48 {
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}
DIV.left48 {
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}
P.ct15 {
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}
LI.ct15 {
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}
DIV.ct15 {
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}
P.cat14 {
	FONT-WEIGHT: bold; FONT-SIZE: 12pt; MARGIN-LEFT: 0in; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0in; FONT-FAMILY: "Times New Roman"; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto
}
LI.cat14 {
	FONT-WEIGHT: bold; FONT-SIZE: 12pt; MARGIN-LEFT: 0in; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0in; FONT-FAMILY: "Times New Roman"; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto
}
DIV.cat14 {
	FONT-WEIGHT: bold; FONT-SIZE: 12pt; MARGIN-LEFT: 0in; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0in; FONT-FAMILY: "Times New Roman"; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto
}
P.ad6 {
	FONT-SIZE: 12pt; MARGIN-LEFT: 0in; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0in; FONT-FAMILY: "Times New Roman"; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto
}
LI.ad6 {
	FONT-SIZE: 12pt; MARGIN-LEFT: 0in; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0in; FONT-FAMILY: "Times New Roman"; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto
}
DIV.ad6 {
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}
P.bld24 {
	FONT-WEIGHT: bold; FONT-SIZE: 12pt; MARGIN-LEFT: 0in; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0in; FONT-FAMILY: "Times New Roman"; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto
}
LI.bld24 {
	FONT-WEIGHT: bold; FONT-SIZE: 12pt; MARGIN-LEFT: 0in; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0in; FONT-FAMILY: "Times New Roman"; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto
}
DIV.bld24 {
	FONT-WEIGHT: bold; FONT-SIZE: 12pt; MARGIN-LEFT: 0in; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0in; FONT-FAMILY: "Times New Roman"; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto
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Hi Larry,
 
thanks for the offer but it will be quicker to use the VT 
data. Actually the data format is a simple text file, Compass style if you like. 

That's what I like so much about text files: you can always 
get away with them  (I've told you my objections against your XML project 
:-) )
 
I will first ask the author of VT to see what he can do. If 
he doesn't move, I'll write the convertor myself; Not such a big deal if it 
weren't for those bloody passage dimensions that have all got to go to the 
correct shots.
 
I know about  and sometimes use Rosettastal but it 
can't help me out here. 
 
regards
Paul De BieSpeleoclub Avalon vzw - BELGIEhttp://www.scavalon.be 
 
  
  From: [email protected] 
  [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Larry 
  FishSent: Wednesday, June 06, 2007 11:05 PMTo: 
  [email protected]: RE: [compass-users] 
  Converting from PLT file?
  
  Sorry I didn't get 
  back to you earlier. I have been in and out for the past couple of days. I 
  don't have a program that will directly convert a PLT file into a Compass DAT 
  file. The closest I have is a very old DOS program that allows you to enter 
  Cartesian coordinates and will create the corresponding Compass "DAT" file. To 
  convert a Compass PLT file with it, you would need to open the PLT file in a 
  text editor and look at the X,Y,Z coordinates for each station and enter them 
  in the program. It would be time consuming, but it would work. If the files is 
  very big (as you describe), it is probably not a useful solution. You can find 
  a copy here, in case that seems like a viable 
  option:
   
  http://www.fountainware.com/download/CART2CSS.zip
   
  Since the PLT, plot 
  file is in Cartesian coordinates, I wonder if it wouldn't be easier to use the 
  VTopo input file. I don't know anything about VTopo, but it seems like at some 
  point they must have entered the data as Azimuth, Length and Inclination. That 
  would be easier to convert although I don't know of any program that would do 
  it.
   
  I don't know if 
  anyone has checked, but a lot of programs support the SEF export format for 
  exchanging with other programs. If VTopo did, Compass can import SEF data. 
  Also, there might be another path. The program "Rosetta Stal" is designed to 
  be a kind of Rosetta Stone for a variety file formats. It will import 11 
  different formats. None of them are VTopo formats, but if you could find a way 
  to get the VTopo data into one of those formats, that would solve the problem. 
  You can find VTopo here:
   
  http://www.resurgentsoftware.com/rosettastal.htm
   
  Larry
   


Messsage #: 58
Date: Thu, 7 Jun 2007 18:50:23 +0200
From: "Paul De Bie" 
Subject: RE: [compass-users] Converting from PLT file?

Oops I made a type here: 
 
this must read (of course) 
One problem is that in VTopo the passage dimensions are mesured at the TO station and not at the
(more conventional) FROM station. 

Paul De Bie
Speleoclub Avalon vzw - BELGIE
http://www.scavalon.be   

  _____  

From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Paul De Bie
Sent: Wednesday, June 06, 2007 5:58 PM
Subject: RE: [compass-users] Converting from PLT file?
 
One problem is that in VTopo the passage dimensions are mesured at the FROM station and not at the
(more conventional) TO station. 

Oops I made a type here: 
 
this 
must read (of course) 

One problem is that in 
VTopo the passage dimensions are mesured at the TO station and not at the (more 
conventional) FROM station. 

Paul De BieSpeleoclub Avalon vzw - BELGIEhttp://www.scavalon.be 
 
  
  From: [email protected] 
  [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Paul De 
  BieSent: Wednesday, June 06, 2007 5:58 PMTo: 
  [email protected]: 'Luc Le Blanc'Subject: 
  RE: [compass-users] Converting from PLT file?
  
   
  One problem is that in 
  VTopo the passage dimensions are mesured at the FROM station and not at the 
  (more conventional) TO station. 


Messsage #: 59
Date: Thu, 7 Jun 2007 18:51:52 +0200
From: "Paul De Bie" 
Subject: FW: [compass-users] Converting from PLT file?
 
I here forward a reply from Luc (author of Auriga), he is not on the Compass list

Paul De Bie
Speleoclub Avalon vzw - BELGIE
http://www.scavalon.be

From: Luc Le Blanc [mailto:[email protected]] 
Sent: Thursday, June 07, 2007 5:17 AM
Subject: RE: [compass-users] Converting from PLT file?

Auriga allows dimensions to be set at either station of each survey shot. If you upload a VTopo file
into Auriga, the conduit should thus set the LRUDs to the the start (from) station. It is then
possible to change that in Auriga before you download the data into Compass, but there currently is
no quick method to do it all at once in Auriga (I'm currently working on such mass changes).

 Anyway I don't have a Palm computer so I'm afraid this won't help me 
 out.

Actually, if you install POSE (Palm OS Emulator), you can try Auriga on your PC and even run the
conduit on it. You can get a POSE executable pre-loaded with Auriga through the Download page of the
Auriga Web site
: http://www.speleo.qc.ca/Auriga

 Personally I don't understand why Eric David (the author of VTopo) has 
 chosen to export to PLT and not to DAT...

Did you ask him? If ric gets as little feedback as I do for Auriga, he'd have to read minds to
guess what people would prefer...

Luc Le Blanc

From [email protected] Fri Jun 15 17:46:22 2007
From [email protected] Sun Jul 15 00:36:41 2007
From [email protected] Sun Aug 19 02:20:50 2007
From [email protected] Sun Sep 16 03:54:16 2007


Messsage #: 60
Date: Mon, 24 Sep 2007 21:07:53 -0400
From: "Dwight Livingston" 
Subject: settings should go with DAT?

All

This is my first post on the forum. This subject may have come up before;
sorry if this is an old question. I'd search to forum archive but signing up
on Yahoo and dealing with their cookie policy seemed too high a bar to jump.

So far using Compass I've come across a couple of settings that I feel
should be included in every DAT file. One is the station that takes the
LRUD, either "from" or "to." The other is whether or not automatic
declinations are used (also it'd be nice to assign this on a DAT file level,
rather than just at a MAK level.)

If there is a way to put this information on the DAT files now, I'd like to
hear about it. Or do people do work arounds, like writing what setting is
used in a comment field? Or does everyone try to do it the same way, using
only the "from" station for LRUD and always using auto declination as a
standard?

Thanks

Dwight


Messsage #: 61
Date: Mon, 24 Sep 2007 20:03:12 -0600
From: "Larry Fish" 
Subject: RE: [compass-users] settings should go with DAT?

Dwight,

Thanks for your letter. I agree with you that the information should go into
the DAT files. I am working on a new data format that will allow all sorts
of new information to be included in the files. I had hoped to have the new
format done and implemented a couple years ago, but things have been very
busy for me over the last year and a half. In the last couple of months, I
have gotten a lot of feed back about the new file format, so maybe the delay
has been useful.

If you are interested in the changes that I am planning, I have attached a
copy of the newsletter I sent out a couple years ago. Some of the features
mentioned have already been implemented. I have also spent the past few
months converting CaveX so it would work under Vista (not an easy task.) I
have also converted all the help files to a Vista compatible format. Since
there are nearly 1000 pages of documentation with Compass, it has been quite
a tedious project.

My schedule will be pretty full until after the first of year. My current
work project is software for the Big Bear Solar Telescope in California

http://www.bbso.njit.edu/newtelescope/index.html

I'm hoping my schedule will finally slow down after the first of the year
and I will be able to finish up all the changes that are half finished.

Larry

====================================================================
COMPASS NEWSLETTER

Judging from my emails, there seems to be quite a bit of interest in the
changes I am planning for Compass. As a result, I thought it might be useful
to list in detail the changes I am planning on making over the next year or
so.

1. NEW FILE FORMAT. I originally developed the Compass file format around
1979. At the time I was working on a mainframe computer at the School Of
Mines here in Colorado and only had a few thousand feet of cave data from
Groaning Cave to work on. I never anticipated that it would become so widely
used.

Since then, the format has been modified a few times to handle new data
items, but Compass can still read and display files I have archived from the
early 1980's. However, as time goes on, I am having more and problems adding
new features to the format. For this reason, I am thinking about shifting to
a new XML-based format that will make it much easier to add new data items
and make changes to the format.

I am planning on using some ideas developed by Devin Kouts:

http://www.psc-cavers.org/xml/#designRequirements

For those who don't know what XML is, it is data format similar to HTML that
allows you to create your own specialized document formats. It uses tags,
just like HTML, except that you get to define your own tags. For example,
the tags for a cave survey file might look something like this:

 Groaning Cave 

There are several advantages to XML. First, it is "extensible".

That means it is very easy to add new items without breaking old programs
that don't know about the new data. Second, the general XML format is
already defined so it is easy for people to write programs that can read any
XML file. In fact, there are general purpose utility programs and libraries
that can read an XML file without knowing anything about the actual data
that resides in the file.

The biggest disadvantage is that it is verbose. This means that the files
can be much bigger than with simpler formats.

I have already written some code to write the new format and have discovered
that the new format would be about 8 times bigger than the old files. The
worst part is that data takes about 10 times longer to read or write. For
example, writing one of the sections of Lechuguilla takes 0.4 seconds using
the old format and 5 seconds under the new format even on my

2.8 Ghz Pentium-IV. This will be less of a problem as computers get faster,
but it is probably too slow for some older computer. For example, someone
with a 280-Mhz Pentium would take 50 second to read one Lechuguilla file and
several minutes to read the whole cave. I think I can speed things up by
simplifying the data format for the shot data and not breaking everything
into independent tags.

Even with the new file format, I will continue to support the old format for
a long time to come. I will make sure all the Compass programs can read the
old format and  I will have programs that can convert the new data back to
the old format.

I have written a test program that reads the old Compass files and can write
either the old or new XML format. If you would like to look at a sample of
the new data or play with the program, you can down load a copy here:

http://www.fountainware.com/download/xml.zip

WARNING: Be careful how you use this program particularly when you save the
files to the old format. It has not been tested extensive and it could
damage your cave data. Make sure you only test it on backup copies of your
data.

2. USING MEMORY. Up until recently, Compass' strategy for processing files
was to parse the data on the fly, reading one character at a time and only
retaining the data it needed to address the problem at hand. This reduced
the memory requirements of Compass and allowed it to process large caves
even with the limited memory available to the early Apples and PC's. The
main problem is that you only have a certain amount of information in memory
and this limits what things you can display. For example, the Viewer only
has the shots and LRUDs data in memory. As a result, it is impossible to do
other things like highlight individual loops in the Viewer.

Today, memory is no longer a limitation and on the typical PC, it is very
easy to allocate multi-megabyte arrays. As a result, I can now keep a lot
more information in memory including loops, shots, comments, etc. I figure I
need about 150 bytes per shot to do everything I want to do. For a cave like
Lechuguilla, that would equate to 7 or 8 megabytes. For a cave like Mammoth,
the requirement would be about 20 megabytes. These number are well within
the capability of modern PCs.

3. UNDERLYING DATA STRUCTURES. Another aspect that will change is the
structure of the data stored by Compass. In the past Compass used a fairly
simple data structure, with just enough information to keep track of station
locations and to find loops.

The new data structure will be designed to support "graph theory"
operations. Graph theory is the branch of mathematics that deals with the
kind of "networks" of interconnected lines that cave surveys generate. In
keeping with the Graph Theory model, the new data structure will have
"edges,"

"vertices" and an "adjacency" information.

Graph theory will allow Compass to add a bunch of new features such as
finding the shortest distance between station, and even finding the easiest
path between stations.

Most of the new data structure has been built and code has been written to
work with it. The only remaining task, (probably the hardest part), is to
integrate it with the rest of Compass.

4. NEW LOOP CLOSURE TOOLS. With the new data structure, I will be able to do
a better job of finding loops. Currently, under certain circumstances,
Compass does not find the smallest set of loops in the cave.

I have already written routines that do a much better job of finding loops.
In fact, I have written an article about the techniques I am using for the
NSS publication "Compass and Tape." You can get a preview of the article
here:

http://www.fountainware.com/compass/FindingLoops.doc

You can also download a test program that generates large quantities of
overlapped and randomly connected loops. The link is in the article.

4. NEW ROOM MODELING. I am also working on a system for handling large
rooms. It will be based on using "splay"

shots. Basically, you choose a station near the center of the room and take
shots to the wall in various directions.

Since the user might enter any where from one to a dozen splay shots, the
plan is to have Compass interpolate and convert the splay shots into 8 or 10
evenly spaced pie-shaped wedges that would describe the room.

Ideally, you would have at least four shots at evenly spaced angles to the
wall, but the system would handle any number with any spacing. Of course,
the more shots, the more precisely it would define the room.

The splay shots would be entered just like a regular shots except that the
"To" station would be a special symbol.

Currently, the plan is to use a right parenthesis ")" for the "To" station.
(It turns out that parenthesis is one of the few character that exists on
most of the non-English key boards. It also vaguely resembles a passage
wall.)

The Up and Down dimension would apply to the "To" station of the shot. In
other words, the Up and Down dimension would describe the wall height where
the shot makes contact with the wall. The height of the center of the room
would be controlled by the LRUDs of the "From" station. This should produce
a reasonably realistic room shape which could be either convex or concaved.
However, it would not model a side branch of the a room wanders around a
corner.

I have written test code and it seems to work well and I may put this
feature in Compass fairly soon.

5. RUNNING PROFILES. If you have been reading the Compass Newsgroup you know
that there have been some extensive discussion about what is know as
"Running Profiles" or "Developed Profiles." These are profiles where the
turns and bends in the cave passage are "unrolled" and the passage is
displayed as though all the shots were in a straight line.

In an ordinary profile, it may not be possible to see all the ups and downs
of the passages because some shots maybe pointing directly toward or away
from the viewer. Rotating the cave does not help, because as you rotate one
shot into an optimal position, other shots will rotate into a bad position.

The feature is very popular in Europe where there are lots of deep pits and
not many maze caves. The feature works best in relatively simple caves that
have few loops and interconnects. In the US where there are lots of maze
caves, the feature is only useful on small segments of a cave.

Again, I have already written some test code to experiment with the feature.
I think the feature will be easier to implement when I have the new data
structures in place. However, there may be a way to implement the feature
sooner.

6. SVG/BITMAP WARPING. For several years I have been looking at ideas to
help cavers create finished maps. One problem with finished cave maps is
that they become obsolete whenever a new survey is added or loop errors are
corrected. Ideally, cartographers would like to draw the map once, and then
have a computer program warp the map to adapt it to changes.

There are several ways Compass could address the problem:

A. BITMAP MORPHING. First, it could import scanned bitmap images of survey
sketches and then register various stations to locations on the bitmap. If a
passage moved as a result of resurveying a passage, Compass would warp the
bitmap using the kind of "Afine" transform used for "morphing" images.

This is the approach used by Garry Petrie's Karst program and it is
relatively easy to do. It works fairly well on small caves, but it does not
really produce finished maps. It is also tedious to piece together multiple
sketches to produce a full-scale cave map.

I am just finishing up some changes to Compass that will take the first
steps toward adding this feature. The next release will have the ability to
register a bitmap image to the cave so that no matter how much you zoom, pan
and rotate, the image will stay locked to the cave.

B. ROUND TRIPPING. Another approach is to export and import cave survey data
to a drawing program. For example, Walls exports and imports cave data in
the SVG format; a format created and promoted by Adobe. The cave data is
then imported into Adobe Illustrator and then passage wall details, symbols
etc. are added. If the cave changes, the SVG data is loaded back in the
Survey Program and the map is warped to match the changed survey data.

This model has several advantages, the main one being that with Adobe
Illustrator, you can produce very beautiful maps maps. One disadvantage is
that Adobe Illustrator is fairly expensive and maybe not the best tool for
cavers. I also have questions about how well this works with larger or
complex caves. Finally, there are questions about how universal SVG will
become and whether it will be adopted by other programs.

Another option would be to do something similar using a less expensive
drawing program such as Corel Draw, or Canvas. DXF would be the ideal format
because it is a nearly universal file format.

7. GLOBAL STATIONS/PREFIXES. One of the problems with cave survey data
occurs when you have duplicate stations. This usually happens when try to
combine several caves into regional map. As you probably know, Compass uses
a "Linking"

system to deal with this issue. Although, it works well, people are often
confused about how to apply it, particularly when the linking stations have
to be "carried" between files.

A different option that might be easier to understand would be to allow the
user to declare certain stations in each file to be "Public" or "Global".
These stations would be the only stations that would be visible to other
files. In practice, it works similar to the "Links" but it might be easier
to understand and use.

Another option would be to add prefixes to each survey file or even each
survey. The prefixes would then be added to each station name to help
prevent name conflicts. This is what Survex does to deal with British cave
data which often has duplicate station name even in a relatively small cave.

8. LOOP CLOSURE. As you may know, there has been some controversy about the
efficacy of various loop closure techniques. I am convinced that the routine
described by John Halleck are superior to other methods:

http://www.cc.utah.edu/~nahaj/cave/survey/

My plan is implement John's ideas after have I changed the file format and
data structures. 

9. INCREMENTAL UPDATES. While I am working on all these changes, I will
continue to make updates to the current version of Compass. I get lots of
requests for new features and many of them are relatively easy to do (or at
least fit into the current data structure.) For example, I have made about
40 changes to Compass in just the last six months.

Currently, I am working on adding a standard-deviation field for Fixed
Station. This is needed because GPS readings are often inaccurate and can
distort the cave if more than one entrance is tied to a GPS fix. I am also
finishing up the feature that locks a bitmap image to the cave.

I expect to have these two features finished in a couple weeks.

Although many of these changes have in place for months, I will probably
make a public announcement in the next few weeks so that everyone will be
aware of the new features.

The big changes will come later.

10. TIME CONSTRAINTS. I work on Compass whenever I have free time. This
depends on how much other work I have. Typically, I have several months each
year when I am between contracts to work on Compass. As a result, the time
frame for completing all the ideas listed above will depend on how much
other work I have. I'm hoping to have the majority of the changes done
within six months or a year.

In case you are curious about what kind of work I do when I am not working
on Compass, the last five years I have been writing control software for
large astronomical telescopes manufactured by DFM engineering:

http://www.dfmengineering.com/stan_cass_tele.html

In addition to the Telescope Control Software, we have been designing Radio
Telescope Control Software for colleges:

http://www.pari.edu/OnlinePARIPresentation

We have also been retrofitting NOAA's Satellite Tracking antennas in
Virginia and Alaska with modern control systems and satellite tracking
software:

http://www.fcdas.noaa.gov/facilities.html

http://ivs.nict.go.jp/mirror/publications/ar1999/nsgcgo/

http://www.photolib.noaa.gov/space/spind5.htm

http://www.photolib.noaa.gov/space/spac0185.htm

http://www.photolib.noaa.gov/space/spac0195.htm

Finally, I am doing a lot of work power for a company that make a very nice
power and inexpensive power monitoring

tools:

https://www.doubleed.com/secure.html

Larry

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From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]]
On Behalf Of Dwight Livingston
Sent: Monday, September 24, 2007 7:08 PM
Subject: [compass-users] settings should go with DAT?

All

This is my first post on the forum. This subject may have come up before;
sorry if this is an old question. I'd search to forum archive but signing up
on Yahoo and dealing with their cookie policy seemed too high a bar to jump.

So far using Compass I've come across a couple of settings that I feel
should be included in every DAT file. One is the station that takes the
LRUD, either "from" or "to." The other is whether or not automatic
declinations are used (also it'd be nice to assign this on a DAT file level,
rather than just at a MAK level.)

If there is a way to put this information on the DAT files now, I'd like to
hear about it. Or do people do work arounds, like writing what setting is
used in a comment field? Or does everyone try to do it the same way, using
only the "from" station for LRUD and always using auto declination as a
standard?

Thanks

Dwight

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Messsage #: 64
Date: Fri, 21 Dec 2007 14:31:03 -0700
From: "Larry Fish" 
Subject: RE: Hi Guys

Ondrej,

You can use this email address to send questions about Compass. You can also
join the Compass User's group:

http://www.fountainware.com/compass/compassusers.htm

If you send your questions to the Compass Users Group, other people will
benefit from the discussion and you may get ideas and suggestions from other
people that I didn't think of. There is also an archive of questions and
answers that you may find useful.

 Can I change somewhere to Metric?

Compass consists of several programs. Each program has its own independent
settings for units such as Meters vs. Feet. In the Project Manager, select
the "Options" then "Settings" items from the menu bar. On the "General
Options" page you will find the "Default Units" option, which gives a choice
of either Meters or Feet. This will set the default units for the Project
Manager. There are also options in the various statistics displays that
allow you to override the default in case you want to take a quick look at
the data in a different unit. If you wish to retain these settings so that
the program automatically defaults to these units, select the "Options" then
"Save User Settings" item. This causes the currently saved settings to
become the default settings whenever the program is run.

In the Editor, the units are set on a survey-by-survey basis. This means
that you can have a survey file with both Feet and Meters as the units
depending on how each survey was done. To set the units for the survey you
are currently editing, select the "Options" then "Survey Settings" item from
the menu bar. On the second page you will find the units settings for the
current survey. If you want to use these settings as the default for
subsequent surveys, use the "Options" then the "Save Default User Settings".
This will cause all newly created surveys to use these defaults.

In the Viewer, the Units option can be found under "Preferences" then
"Settings". Again, if you choose the "Options" then "Save User Settings",
the current units will become the default whenever the program is run.

 Where can I switch to the Filled Polygon mode, Spline mode
 etc. ?

These options are set in the Viewer. First, you need to have the Viewer
display passages. You do this by selecting the "Display" then "Show Passage
Walls" option from the menu bar. This will show the passages in whatever
mode is currently active, which is usually the simplest form. To change to
the more complex modes like Spline Mode, select the "Preferences" then
"Passage Wall Modeling" option from the menu bar. The options you want are
on the first page. Other passage wall options can be found on other pages.

I hope I have answered your questions. If you any other questions, feel free
to write.

Larry Fish


Messsage #: 65
Date: Sat, 22 Dec 2007 13:38:03 -0600
From: "John Lovaas" 
Subject: Tape Correction- usage

Hi Larry-

Well, I do have a question about the Tape Correction field in the survey editor, as I just had an opportunity to use it this week; we broke our tape(at the 0.4 foot mark) on the first shot of a survey.  We recorded the distance data in the book as we read it- i.e., we didn't correct for the missing bit of tape.

When I entered the data, I entered 0.4 in the Tape Correction field, and entered our uncorrected distances in the "Tape" column of the data entry field.

So here's where I'm confused.

In your Cave Editor documentation, you state:

For example, if your tape was one foot short, you would set the Tape Correction to one foot. This would add one foot the length, thereby compensating for the defective tape.

This may be a math word problem I just can't grasp, but as I see it, if I measure my height with an unbroken tape, I'd be 6.0 feet tall.  If the tape broke at the 1.0 foot mark, I'd read the tape as 7.0 feet.  I would want the correction factor to be subtracted from the 7.0 foot reading, not added, yes?

In addition- with a Tape Correction factor of 0.4(positive) entered in the survey file, the Cave Statistics shows a surveyed length that is more than the sum of the uncorrected taped distances in my survey notes.  If I change the TC to -0.4 feet, then I get a length more in line with what my scratch paper math indicates would be the correct surveyed length:

Tape Correction = -0.4'; Total Surveyed = 413.7'

Tape Correction =     0; Total Surveyed = 419.7'

Tape Correction = +0.4'; Total Surveyed = 425.7' 

FYI- I'm using COMPASS editor version 5.05.10.18.47

Thanks!  jl        

Hi Larry-
 
Well, I do have a question about the Tape Correction field in the survey 
editor, as I just had an opportunity to use it this week; we broke our 
tape(at the 0.4 foot mark) on the first shot of a survey.  We recorded the 
distance data in the book as we read it- i.e., we didn't correct for the missing 
bit of tape.
 
When I entered the data, I entered 0.4 in the Tape 
Correction field, and entered our uncorrected distances in the "Tape" column of 
the data entry field.
 
So here's where I'm confused.
 
In your Cave Editor documentation, you state:
 
For example, if your tape was one foot short, you would set the Tape 
Correction to one foot. This would add one foot the length, thereby compensating 
for the defective tape.
 
This may be a math word problem I just can't grasp, but as I see it, if I 
measure my height with an unbroken tape, I'd be 6.0 feet tall.  If the tape 
broke at the 1.0 foot mark, I'd read the tape as 7.0 feet.  I would want 
the correction factor to be subtracted from the 7.0 foot reading, not added, 
yes?
 
In addition- with a Tape Correction factor of 0.4(positive) 
entered in the survey file, the Cave Statistics shows a surveyed length that is 
more than the sum of the uncorrected taped distances in my survey notes.  
If I change the TC to -0.4 feet, then I get a length more in line with what my 
scratch paper math indicates would be the correct surveyed length:
 
Tape Correction = -0.4'; Total Surveyed = 413.7'
 
Tape Correction =     0; Total Surveyed = 419.7'
 
Tape Correction = +0.4'; Total Surveyed = 425.7' 
 
FYI- I'm using COMPASS editor version 5.05.10.18.47
 
Thanks!  jl        
 
      


Messsage #: 66
Date: Tue, 25 Dec 2007 03:43:06 -0700
From: "Larry Fish" 
Subject: RE: [compass-users] Tape Correction- usage

 Hi John,

Sorry I didn't get back to you sooner; I have been kind of busy with the
holidays.

 Well, I do have a question about the Tape Correction field

 in the survey editor, as I just had an opportunity to use it

 this week; we broke our tape(at the 0.4 foot mark) on the

 first shot of a survey. We recorded the distance data in the

 book as we read it- i.e., we didn't correct for the missing

 bit of tape.

[...]

 This may be a math word problem I just can't grasp, but as I

 see it, if I measure my height with an unbroken tape, I'd be

 6.0 feet tall. If the tape broke at the 1.0 foot mark, I'd

 read the tape as 7.0 feet. I would want the correction

 factor to be subtracted from the 7.0 foot reading, not

 added, yes?

You are correct. The documentation isn't worded very well and actually I
didn't really think it through very carefully when I wrote it. When I wrote
the documentation, I was having a hard time imagining how someone would use
the correction. At first, I thought maybe it would be used to correct for
stretching of the tape, in which case, you would probably want the
correction to be some kind of percentage. Somebody convinced me that tapes
do get damaged and cut short and so I used the current system. You
experience proves that the feature was worth including.

So, in your situation, you should use a negative correction factor. I have
changed the documentation to read:

     COMPASS has three correction factors: Compass

     Correction, Inclinometer Correction and Tape

     Correction. These values are entered into the Survey

     Header and they affect all the shots in a particular

     survey. These values are added to the azimuth,

     inclination and length values for each shot. This

     compensates for any problems with the instruments. For

     example, if your tape was one foot short, you would

     measure each shot one foot longer than it really was.

     As a result, you would set the Tape Correction to minus

     one foot. This would subtract one foot from the length,

     thereby compensating for the defective tape. 

The new help files will go up on the internet with the next release.

Larry