Bearing angle and length can be calculated between two points in BlueGIS software. This document describes how to do it.

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In BlueGIS software, you can calculate the bearing angle and length between two points.

To calculate the bearing and length, use the "Bearing and Length Calculation" option under the "Calculations" on the left menu.

Bearing And Length Calculation

There are 3 main menus in the neighborhood and length calculation panel.

1. Map: Used for displaying the map

2. Points: Bearing and length calculations

3. Measurements: Saved measurements are listed here

1. Step: Point Selection

Select two points. Then, determine the selection method. 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.

Bearing And Length Calculation

1.1. Location

In this option, the user's location is taken. As coordinate system, EPSG: 4326 (WGS84) is used.

1.2. From the map

Select the point with point drawing on the map. As coordinate system, EPSG: 4326 (WGS84) is used.

1.3. Search

Search the place with the search panel. As coordinate system, EPSG: 4326 (WGS84) is used.

1.4. Typing

Coordinate is entered manually. As coordinate system, EPSG: 4326 (WGS84) is used.

2. Step: Bearing and Length Calculation

Once the points are selected, the unit of measurement should be selected. Units that can be used:

  1. Metre

  2. Kilometer

  3. Mile

  4. Degree

  5. Rad

Bearing And Length Calculation

After selecting the points, the neighborhood angle and distance between the two points are calculated and displayed on the screen.

Bearing And Length Calculation

3. Step: Saving Results

Calculated results can be saved. After entering the name, click the "Save" button.

Bearing And Length Calculation

At this stage, the saving process is completed.

4. Step: Viewing Previous Saves

Saved results are listed in the list menu, which is one of the three main menus in the bearing and length calculation.

Bearing And Length Calculation

Here, you can access length and bearing angles of the records. Records can be deleted with the "Delete" button. To view the records on the map, simply click on the save name.

Bearing And Length Calculation

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