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Don't forget to include link to measuring width and height from oblique imagery and link to the rest of the measurement tools

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The MapBrowser measurement tools use appropriate local representations of the Earth's surface and are typically accurate to +/- 15 cm for distances up to 200 m

With the measurement toolsWith the measurement tools for vertical imagery, you can:

  • Measure the length of a straight line
  • Measure the length of a path composed of multiple lines
  • Draw a polygon on the map and measure its area and the length of its sides
  • Draw a circle on the map and measure its area and radius

Here's an example using the Line tool.

  1. From the Toolbar, click Measure.
  2. Select Line
  3. Click once on the map to place the starting point of your line.
  4. Click a second time on the map to place the endpoint of your line.
  5. Check Show inline measurements to display measurements on the map.
  6. Click the Units dropdown to change the units to feet, miles, etc.
  7. Click inside the Line color text box to select a different color for your measurement line.

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If you are using the New MapBrowser go to Measure in New MapBrowser.

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Please refer to Height and Width Tools to learn how to measure height and width using oblique imagery.

Please refer to the Line Tool and Area Tool to learn how to perform measurements using oblique imagery. 

If you are using MapBrowser Classic go to Measure in MapBrowser Classic.

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