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Cross section topo points are usually taken slightly off station within a given tolerance say between 0' and 2' off station as an example, with some data sets being much worse.  When these points are brought in to a surface and added to a corridor to be v

Question asked by HENRY ADAMS on Aug 15, 2018
Latest reply on Aug 24, 2018 by Alan Sharp

Cross section topo points are usually taken slightly off station within a given tolerance say between 0' and 2' off station as an example, with some data sets being much worse. When these points are brought in to a surface and added to a corridor to be viewed as a cross section, the varying offset of stationing of the topo points can give a bad interpretation if no editing of the the data takes place. You have to options, either you have to add breaklines or linestrings connecting by feature code or shift the point perpendicular to the exact cross section station being cut. Each of these routines will kill the clock. Is there any short cuts or work around to these two options. Thought about creating stored cross sections, and tried to do it manually but again the clock fell on me.  

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