Landonline: Parcel Ring

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1693
247
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16 Feb 2019

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Please read: This table is part of the comprehensive Full Landonline Dataset and is designed for use only by data professionals who require the complex version of our property ownership and boundary data for advanced uses. For a simplified version of data contained within this table see our property ownership and boundary data.


This table stores one record for each ring in a polygonal (e.g. fee simple) parcel or for the line sequence of a lineal (e.g. centreline) parcel. A polygonal parcel may have multiple rings, some of which may be exterior (i.e. polygons) or interior (i.e. holes). If a ring is an inner ring, its parent (i.e. bounding exterior ring) is specified in pri_id_parent_ring; otherwise, this field is NULL. The Parcel Ring record may not actually be a ring in the case of a lineal (e.g. centreline) parcel. The actual sequence of lines that define the ring is contained in the Parcel Boundary table.

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Table ID 51997
Data type Table
Row count 3471920
Primary key id
Services Web Feature Service (WFS)

Please read: This dataset is comprised of multiple layers and tables from the Full Landonline Dataset and is designed for use only by data professionals who require the complex version of our property ownership and boundary data for advanced uses. For simplified versions of the more commonly used data, see our simplified data layers.


The dataset includes data related to survey documentation, including survey plan references and to the survey observations stored in Landonline, and enables you to download multiple layers and tables at the same time.

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Updated20 Apr 2018

Landonline: Datum

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1645
263
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16 Feb 2019

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Please read: This table is part of the comprehensive Full Landonline Dataset and is designed for use only by data professionals who require the complex version of our property ownership and boundary data for advanced uses.


A Datum is a complete system for enabling Coordinates to be assigned to Nodes. A datum is prescribed by the appropriate authority from which it derives its validity. All Coordinates will be in terms of a Datum. A Datum also provides a spatial standard for the alignment of Reduced Observations via a Datum Calibration. Most Reduced Observations are Datum dependent but there are specific Reduced Observation types which are Datum independent. The Datum entity contains information about the official geodetic Datum used in Land Information NZ databases and other important Datum’s used to spatially reference source data (e.g.. Reduced Observations) or output data or products (e.g.. Coordinates, Digital Cadastral Database, topographic maps, hydrographic charts, etc). The Datum entity includes objects which, strictly, are reference frames rather than datum’s but the distinction is a fine technical point which is of no great consequence. The Datum entity includes vertical reference surfaces such as leveling datum’s, various tidal surfaces including Mean Sea Level, the geoid, datum ellipsoids, etc. For a Datum to maintain accuracy over a significant area it must be geodetic. Examples of non-geodetic datum’s are the Old Cadastral Datums. These do not account for the curvature of the earth and therefore can only maintain accuracy over a limited part of the earth's surface.

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Table ID 51713
Data type Table
Row count 365
Primary key id
Services Web Feature Service (WFS)

Landonline: Adjustment Run

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1652
265
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16 Feb 2019

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Please read: This table is part of the comprehensive Full Landonline Dataset and is designed for use only by data professionals who require the complex version of our property ownership and boundary data for advanced uses.


An Adjustment is a mathematical process of generating corrections to Reduced Observations and Coordinates to generate a consistent set of adjusted Coordinates and adjusted Reduced Observations. The adjusted Reduced Observations are able to be re-generated from the adjusted Coordinates and are therefore not retained. Inputs are, Reduced Observations, Observation Accuracy, Coordinates and constraints which are defined by Adjustment Method and Adjustment Coefficients. The primary outputs are adjusted Coordinates, Coordinate Accuracy (again in the form of a VCV matrix) and identification of suspect Reduced Observations.The Adjustment entity contains information about the network adjustment process including, the type of adjustment model used, constraints applied, source, etc.

Please refer to the LDS Full Landonline Data Dictionary and Models for detailed metadata about this table.

Table ID 51981
Data type Table
Row count 429511
Primary key id
Services Web Feature Service (WFS)

Landonline: Setup

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1806
279
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16 Feb 2019

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Please read: This table is part of the comprehensive Full Landonline Dataset and is designed for use only by data professionals who require the complex version of our property ownership and boundary data for advanced uses.


The Setup table holds information about a set-up at a Node as a result of a type of Work such as a Survey. The setup entity forms the link between an observation and the nodes that the observation is between.

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Table ID 51742
Data type Table
Row count 57901038
Primary key id
Services Web Feature Service (WFS)

Landonline: Action Type

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1514
355
Updated
16 Feb 2019

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Please read: This table is part of the comprehensive Full Landonline Dataset and is designed for use only by data professionals who require the complex version of our property ownership and boundary data for advanced uses. For a simplified version of data contained within this table see our property ownership and boundary data.


Instruments can be made up of one or more actions. Actions are used to perform the actual operations of titles transactions. This table contains all the valid action types.

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Table ID 51728
Data type Table
Row count 13
Primary key audit_id
Services Web Feature Service (WFS)

Landonline: Observation Type

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1846
268
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16 Feb 2019

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This table defines all of the different types of observations. Observations are can be split into two types raw or reduced. For raw observations the following subtypes exist: GPS raw data, theodolite pointing, EDM slope observation, level foresight/backsight, meteorological readings, etc. For Reduced Observations the following subtypes exist: GPS baseline, GPS multi-station set, GPS point position, Doppler point position, theodolite direction etc.

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Table ID 51732
Data type Table
Row count 21
Primary key audit_id
Services Web Feature Service (WFS)

Landonline: Reduction Method

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1797
265
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16 Feb 2019

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Reduction Method contains information of the type of software and procedures used to generate Reduced Observations from Raw Measurements or other reduced observations.

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Table ID 51736
Data type Table
Row count 11
Primary key id
Services Web Feature Service (WFS)

Landonline: Coordinate Type

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1533
264
Updated
16 Feb 2019

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This table contains information about the different forms that coordinates can take within a datum. For example, Geocentric Cartesian (X, Y, Z); Topocentric Cartesian (East, North, Up): Geodetic (Latitude, Longitude) or (Latitude, Longitude, Height), Astronomic (Latitude, Longitude) Projection (North, East) in various projections, Orthometric Height, Ellipsoidal Height, Geoid Height, Gravitational Potential, etc.

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Table ID 51710
Data type Table
Row count 74
Primary key id
Services Web Feature Service (WFS)

Landonline: Observation Element Type

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1800
267
Updated
16 Feb 2019

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This table contains all of the elements required to define an observation type.

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Table ID 51730
Data type Table
Row count 25
Primary key audit_id
Services Web Feature Service (WFS)
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