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A Practical Guide to Carlson Survey 2019
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A Practical Guide to Carlson Survey 2019

Cadapult Software Item #: 40507

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Welcome to the next generation of training materials for Carlson Survey, the Practical Guide.

The Practical Guide books have been formatted to maximize learning by starting all lessons with an explanation of the concepts and processes that will be covered; followed by real world examples in step-by-step exercises that you can perform yourself with the included dataset.

This courseware is an essential resource for all surveyors and survey technicians utilizing Carlson Survey to perform all types of survey calculations and deliverables. Critical components of Carlson Survey are covered in a clear and comprehensive approach that enables the reader to quickly learn these key topics and effectively put them to use in their daily workflow. Each lesson contains a discussion of the background of the topic and its real world applications, followed by step-by-step exercises that demonstrate how to make them work for you.

This text builds on the foundation of knowledge established in A Practical Guide to Carlson Software Fundamentals 2019. While a mastery of the material in that book is not mandatory to the successful completion of this text, it is highly recommended as a prerequisite to this courseware. Together the set of two books totals almost 800 pages of detailed training content, including 71 lessons and 163 hands-on exercises, making them the definitive resource for learning Carlson Survey.

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A Practical Guide to Carlson Survey features 83 exercises organized into 37 lessons in 7 chapters. Each lesson includes detailed descriptions of processes and theory with many illustrations and diagrams, to help you understand “why”, not just “how”.

This new, large format book is spiral bound, to lie perfectly flat on your desk.

This new Carlson Survey 2019 book focuses on effectively using this powerful software, providing you with skills that other professionals are using in the workplace every day.

Instructors: this book is used in classrooms worldwide. Find out more about using it in your next class.

After completing this book, you will be able to:

 

  • Navigate the Pull-down Menus and Ribbon Menus
  • Set up Carlson Software to use the Project approach
  • Utilize various COGO tools
  • Enter Raw Survey Data at the Command Prompt
  • Enter Raw Survey Data in the Carlson Raw Data Editor
  • Adjust a Traverse with Compass and Angle Balance
  • Adjust a Traverse with Carlson SurvNet
  • Enter Deed Data to Create a Deed File
  • Perform a Deed Correlation with Field Data
  • Create and Edit Lots and Areas
  • Utilize Carlson LotNet to Generate Lots and Setbacks
  • Edit and Annotate LotNet Lots
  • Setup Field to Finish Codes and Generate 2D and 3D Geometry
  • Utilize Various Critical Coordinate File Utilities
  • Utilize the Point History to Record all Edits to Coordinate Files
  • Use Special Linetypes for Map Creation

 

Features and Benefits of all Cadapult books:

 

  • Lessons build upon one another using a contiguous dataset, providing consistency through the entire book
  • Skills learned through easy-to-follow, step-by-step procedures
  • Sequential exercises that follow one logical, real-world example project
  • Flexible datasets allow you to “skip ahead” to a relevant lesson, or use as an on-demand reference guide
  • Detailed explanations and chapter summaries facilitate learning and retention
  • Written by instructors with decades of industry and teaching experience
  • Tested and refined in classrooms with a broad cross-section of students

 

This book has 461 pages, organized into 7 chapters, in a large-format, spiral bound volume.

Authors: Douglas L. Aaberg, PLS; Rick Ellis and Duke Gardner

ISBN 978-1-934865-42-2