FIRST, DO NO HARM: ELIMINATING SYSTEMATIC ERROR IN ANALYTICAL RESULTS OF GIS APPLICATIONS

Chrisman, N.; Girres, J.-F.

GIS applications compute analytical results comprised of geometric measures such as perimeter, distance between objects, and area. Usual practice operates in Cartesian coordinates on map projections, inducing a systematic variation due to scale error. The magnitude of these errors is easy to foresee, though rarely corrected in analytical reports. Solutions to this error can be implemented though a number of alternative procedures.

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Chrisman, N. / Girres, J.-F.: FIRST, DO NO HARM: ELIMINATING SYSTEMATIC ERROR IN ANALYTICAL RESULTS OF GIS APPLICATIONS. 2013. Copernicus Publications.

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