Adding an Analytics Object
As an example, we
will add cross section progress object related to line analysis. In general the same flow applies to all other analytics. To add the cross section progress follow the steps below:
Click the line analysis tool bar (
), and select the Area option under Analytics.
Mark the line where you want to examine the cross-section progress, and
close with a double click.
Give the cross section a name.
Add other dates as needed by clicking the + to the right of the date.
Click the Save option, and the marked area will appear on top of the model
as well as in the Analytics tab on the left as shown below.
Adding an Annotation Object
Adding an Annotation to a Point on the Model To add and annotation follow the steps below: Click the point analysis tool bar ( ), and select the Annotation option under Annotation. Mark the point you are interested in annotating. Give the ...
General Work Rules for Measurement and Analytics Objects
In this article, we will lay out some general work rules of how to deal with measurement and analytics objects Any object that consists of multiple points can be closed with a double click. On tablets measurements can be closed with a long press, or ...
Adding a New Site
Adding a Site The add a new site to the account, press the “+ New Site” available on the top left. Adding a new site is available only for the user defined as the Account Admin User, and the option will not appear for General Users. This will open ...
Adding a Measurement Object
As an example, we will add an area measurement. In general the same flow applies to all other measurements. To add the area measurement follow the steps below: A. Click the polygonal analysis tool bar ( ), and select the Area option under ...
Editing Measurements, Analytics, and Annotations
All measurement, analytics, and annotation objects can be modified after created. Any change made to an object must be saved before editing the next object. Moving to different object without saving behaves like a cancel of changes on the first ...