+brad.32 Posted March 15, 2003 Share Posted March 15, 2003 I sometimes train people to use ArcPad to collect geocoded attribute data and digital images. (People who don't use ArcView or ArcGIS face a learning curve.) They don't really need to know how to navigate to a waypoint, because they will be recording points and acquiring data there, and not (usually) making repeat visits. When my family goes geocaching, I use a point shapefile to record the cache find, including the date and exchange information. These data are not "useful", but the activity seems like it would be an interesting exercise for someone learning the software and collection ... procedures. Is geocaching too much like fun to include in PocketPC and GPS field data collection training? Quote Link to comment
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