Is there a way to review the results of an RTK measurement by each epoch? I have a 2 hour measurement that I was hoping I could export to an excel file to review the northing, easting, and elevation for each epoch.
Just thinking out loud here. If you want to review this, yourself, you would want to do it on a big screen, at home or office.
If you want that on the LS, you would only want a graph screen, showing some time frame, like 3, 5, 10, or 20 minutes at a time. So you can use this profitably.
Already, you can export your files, Rinex them, and there is software that allows a great deal of user flexibility. I’m not sure what brand would suit you best. But this is not RTK any more.
There is a Ballance between details, and efficiency. Details are not efficient. Automation is.
Where do we draw the line?
Tyler.,, can I ask what is your goal? When you say the results I’m thinking that the result is a rtk shot that meets variety or meets rtpk verification settings and ultimately was it a correct fix. Was the 2 hour shot a good solution or a float solution? Are you wanting to see what the peak to peak values are? A 2 hour shot is a long time to sit and I’m curious of what system you are running. I may be interpreting your original question or purpose is why I’m asking.
Mostly curious about how the position shifts over time. I saw a video on the accuracy of RTK and they were comparing random chunks of 3 min intervals to evaluate the differences in position. I wanted to test our LS unit to see what kind of results we might get if we chose to accept a single solution from a 30 second shot. I don't anticipate doing this often but I wanted to verify the accuracy stated by the LS+ spec sheet.
I will probably setup the unit to accept after every 10 second or so to evaluate. I'm not aware of a free service to view a longer measurement epoch by epoch.