Hello, We have TBC version 5.0. I would like to create a report showing the positional tolerance of a RTK collected data set. Could someone please illustrate if that's possible?
What exactly do you mean by positional tolerance? Are you referring to As-staked points or are they duplicate points?
If you go into Project Setting, Computations, there is a Point Tolerances option for duplicate points. There are different values based in the point quality and these values are editable. Any point that is outside tolerance will be flagged. If you select a point and right mouse click on screen you will get an option to run a point derivation report. This is useful for identifying problem observations on out of tolerance points.
If you are referring to as-staked points, also under Project Setting, Computations, is the As-Staked Points option where you can set the tolerance setting for as staked points. Once again out of tolerance point will be flagged. Also if you run one of the As-staked reports, as out of tolerance points should have their as-staked deltas colored red.
Are you needing positional tolerance or are you looking for the recorded horizontal precision of the observation?
If the two answers above are not what you are looking for, check out the Trimble Power Hour website. There was a webinar on May 29, 2019 titled "Relative Positional Precisions - TBC's Network Adjustment..." that might be what you are look for.
Thank You Sean, is that something on file you can open?
You can find the recording here: https://geospatial.trimble.com/webinars-home
Scroll down to the date of May 29th and click the link, it will walk you through how to view it.
I hope this helps and is what you are looking for, good luck!
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