Four methods of mapping include the following:
Rectangular coordinate mapping
Polar/grid coordinate mapping
Baseline mapping is the principal west line that divides survey townships between north and south. The baseline meets its corresponding meridian at the point of origin, or initial point, for the land survey. Often, a baseline is marked by other features such as a road or boundary between counties. The formats used are Excel Spreadsheets, Access Tables, Keyland Databases, ESRI Formats, and formatted Word Documents.
Rectangular Coordinate Mapping
Rectangular Coordinate systems use x ...
This solution provides a detailed description of the baseline, rectangular coordinate, triangulation, and polar/grid coordinate mapping methods.