Transform Features

Gone are the days of switching back and forth between two different surveys to perform comparative inverses in an effort to determine which of the monuments found on-the-ground most closely match the mathematical positions described by a prior survey.

Transform gives you the freedom to test any number of different point-pair combinations by simply setting or clearing a check box.

(a point pair is typically the mathematical position of a point from a prior survey its corresponding point found and located on-the-ground.)

Each time a pair is made or cleared, Transform instantly produces a new statistical solution allowing you to test any number of scenarios within a matter of minutes, making Transform the most powerful transformation tool available.

each new solutions instantly produces
The pair's residual (error), based upon the current set of paired points
The 2 sigma (95%) confidence interval for the solution
The statistically most-probable difference in meridians between the two surveys and its precision
The statistically most-probable difference in unit-length between the two surveys and its precision  
The translation north and translation east and their respective precisions  
The statistically most-probable (theoretical) position for every point in the transformed system
The positional uncertainty (95% error ellipse) for each theoretical point in the transformed system
The transformed coordinate values needed to unify the two coordinate systems
 Additional features of Transform
Powerful and intuitive import and export assistants.
Context sensitive help available for Import & Export Assistants.
Alternatively, copy and paste full precision values directly from Transform to other programs.
Ability to duplicate point systems and all their dependencies
Add points and edit points from within Transform.
Optimized for Windows XP; compatible with most other Windows operating systems up to Windows 10.
Utilizes an extensive on-line user’s guide.
Ships with complete data for two sample projects.
User's guide contains two tutorials, one for each of the sample projects.
Ability to save and restore the current state of any project.
Print detailed reports for archiving or transmission to others.
Copy tables and paste into Word, Excel or other Windows program.
Programmatically detect points in-common to the two systems being compared.
Supports multi-level undo and redo operations.
Sort target system points by probability of being a match for the transformed system.
Automatically detect all possible point-pair combinations after defining just one point pair.
Filter system point lists by identifier or description.
Perform weighted solutions using estimated point variances.
Target multiple system using cloned points.
Inverses points in different systems using either original or modified coordinates.
Choose from four different confidence levels for statistical output.
Manually transform systems using fixed values.
Resort tables based upon the values in any column.
Remove or roll-back the affects of scaling from a transformation.
Rotate the meridian of the target system to match that of the transformed system.
Define and modify coordinate systems and coordinate points from within Transform.