When the current location is entered in the BlueGIS, the coordinate of the target point can be calculated according to the slope and distance values.
The Create Point panel can be accessed from the Create Point-Slope, Distance' option under the 'Calculations' in the left menu.
There are 3 main menus in the coordinate conversion panel.
1. Map: Used for displaying the map
2. Point: Coordinate transformation operations are done in this menu
3. List: The points produced are listed here
First, select the coordinate system to be used in the point creation panel. Initially, there are 3 coordinate systems:
If the coordinate system to be used is different from these, use the coordinate system search panel.
Then select the current point. There are different methods for selecting the point.
1. Location: The user's location is taken
2. From the map: Point is selected from the map
3. Search: Searching for the place with search panel
4. Typing: Enter Coordinate manually
Point selection is performed by one of these four methods.
In this option, the user's location is taken. As a coordinate system, EPSG: 4326 (WGS84) is used.
2.2. From the map
Select the point from the map. As a coordinate system, EPSG: 4326 (WGS84) is used.
Search the place with the search panel. As a coordinate system, EPSG: 4326 (WGS84) is used.
Coordinate is entered manually. Users can determine the coordinate system.
Horizontal angle and length values must be entered for point creation. Also, determine the unit to be used for the length. Units that can be used:
After entering the values, the new coordinate is calculated with the Create Point button, and the result drop-downs on the screen.
The created point can be saved. Press the Save button to save.
After pressing the "Save" button, a panel drop-downs and enter the record name.
At this stage, the saving process is completed.
In the list menu, which is one of the three main menus in point production, the points saved are listed.
Points can be downloaded in the desired format with the Download button. All data in the table is cleared with the Clear data button. To display the desired point on the map, just click on its coordinates. With the Delete button, only the selected point is deleted.
The red dot represents the current location and the green dot represents the target point.