ANZLIC Metadata Profile: An Australian/New Zealand Profile of AS/NZS ISO 19115:2005, Geographic information - Metadata
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Landonline: Adjustment Run
**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](https://data.linz.govt.nz/document/95) for detailed metadata about this table.
The Full Landonline Dataset is specifically intended to cater for those users who have a requirement to access large volumes of data on a regular basis. The extract allows the recipient to recreate the database held in Landonline. It does not enhance the data in any way, other than to make it available in a standard formats. Entire table views are exported. Consequently, the extracted data covers the entire country, rather then individual areas or pre-defined geographic extents.
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