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The INDIR Inverse-Direct computation tool performs either a geodetic direct or inverse computation. Direct uses a starting point's geographic coordinates, an azimuth and a distance to compute the geographic coordinates of the end point. Inverse uses geographic coordinates of two points to compute azimuth and distance.
Two coordinate systems are available: geographic and UTM/MTM/Stereo. All coordinate fields are required in the chosen coordinate system, except heights.
|Latitude 2||Longitude 2||h 2 (metres)|
|Distance (metres)||Forward azimuth||Reverse azimuth||Zenith|
|Marker to marker|
Use of Canadian Geodetic Survey products and data is subject to the Open Government Licence - Canada
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