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What Do You Need?

How do I create a gridded elevation model from a LiDAR point cloud?

    Creating a surface from LiDAR can be done in Global Mapper. With a LiDAR file (or any 3d vector layer) loaded in there is an option to Grid a layer on the Control Center. This allows you to configure many options for creating a gridded surface from vector data, whether it be a Terrain model, a Surface model, or slope models. For more information, see:

 

Do You Need Anything Else?

How do I convert a list of geographic coordinate values into a projected system?

How do I create a geographically referenced raster layer from an image file?

How do I change the coordinate system in which my vector files are stored?

How do I reproject seismic survey files?

How do I map the coverage extent from a radio transmitter?

How do I create several tiled MrSID files from a single GeoTIFF?

How do I integrate coordinate a conversion utility into my application?

How do I simultaneously convert hundreds of shapefiles into DXF format?

How do I accurately apply a datum shift to my vector data?

How do I use Blue Marble's coordinate conversion tools in ArcGIS?

How do I calculate cut and fill volumes for a construction project?

How do I measure the distance between two geodetic coordinates?

How do I delineate watershed boundaries from an elevation model?

How do I ensure that I am using the correct datum in my project area?

How do I mosaic several image tiles into a seamless raster layer?

How do I define my own coordinate system for data conversion?

How do I export maps for viewing in a Google Maps window?

How do I find out about the availability of training on my Blue Marble product?

 
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