208 – Network Adjustments

Background: A least squares network adjustment can be applied to GNSS, total station and leveling data.  This type of adjustment will estimate and remove random errors, provide a single solution when there is redundant data, minimize corrections made to the observations, detect blunders and large errors, properly distribute small random error, and generate information for analysis, including estimates of precision.

Course Goals & Objectives:   Some of the topics covered in this module include error types, residuals, standard deviation, degrees of freedom and weighting.  We will discuss when to use a least squares adjustment and how to read some of the many quality indicators after an adjustment to ensure you have reached the all important most probable values (MPV).

Prerequisites:  This module is best suited for the user who has enrolled in or has an understanding of courses 207 & 305.

Approximate Duration: 2 hours

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