Landonline: Reduction Method

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2196
327
Updated
08 Jun 2019

This dataset was last updated on LINZ Data Service on 08 Jun 2019.

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.


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

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

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

Protected Areas to Parcel Association

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2400
67
Added
20 Jan 2017

This dataset was first added to LINZ Data Service on 20 Jan 2017.

This table records which current primary parcels are contained with DOC Administered Protected Areas. Most Protected Areas will be made up of more than one primary parcels.

This table can be used to link the DOC Administered Protected Areas dataset to parcel layers such as NZ Parcels, NZ Linear Parcels or NZ Primary Parcels
DOC cannot guarantee the accuracy of the information contained in this table, but rather it represents best endeavours to maintain an accurate record of conservation land.

Table ID 53561
Data type Table
Row count 54650
Primary key id
Services Web Feature Service (WFS), Catalog Service (CS-W), data.govt.nz Atom Feed

Landonline: Maintenance

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2145
314
Updated
08 Jun 2019

This dataset was last updated on LINZ Data Service on 08 Jun 2019.

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.


This tables defines the maintenance requirements for marks, mark beacons and mark protection.

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

Table ID 51988
Data type Table
Row count 74796
Primary key audit_id
Services Web Feature Service (WFS)

Landonline: Site Locality

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2111
318
Updated
08 Jun 2019

This dataset was last updated on LINZ Data Service on 08 Jun 2019.

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.


Associative entity that links sites and localities.

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

Table ID 51744
Data type Table
Row count 129459
Primary key audit_id
Services Web Feature Service (WFS)

ASP: Name Associations (Deprecated)

LINZ / Electoral
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2231
171
Updated
11 Oct 2015

This dataset was last updated on LINZ Data Service on 11 Oct 2015.

In June 2014, LINZ moved the information from the Authoritative Streets and Places database (ASP) into Landonline and the ASP database is no longer maintained.


This table identifies other names for a street or place record by linking to the SUFI of the other name. This allows multiple associations if applicable. Only one record is stored for each name/other_name combination, i.e. there is no reverse entry for any two SUFI’s.

This table is part of the Authoritative Streets and Places (ASP) Database. For more information about the database including the data model see here.

Notes:

  • The Alias field was added during the conversion and all records were initially set to N (No). This field will be set if relevant when editing existing records or adding new records. The values for other records will be set when time permits.
Table ID 51203
Data type Table
Row count 5806
Primary key id
Services Web Feature Service (WFS), Catalog Service (CS-W), data.govt.nz Atom Feed

Landonline: Parcel Ring

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2090
305
Updated
08 Jun 2019

This dataset was last updated on LINZ Data Service on 08 Jun 2019.

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.

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

Table ID 51997
Data type Table
Row count 3499847
Primary key id
Services Web Feature Service (WFS)

Landonline: Action Type

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1937
446
Updated
08 Jun 2019

This dataset was last updated on LINZ Data Service on 08 Jun 2019.

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.

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

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

Landonline: Adjustment Run

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2019
325
Updated
08 Jun 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 432980
Primary key id
Services Web Feature Service (WFS)

Landonline: Datum

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2010
318
Updated
08 Jun 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.

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

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

Landonline: Adjustment Method

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1942
321
Updated
08 Jun 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.


Adjustment Method contains information concerning the type of software and procedures used to adjust the parcel fabric.

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

Table ID 51705
Data type Table
Row count 79
Primary key id
Services Web Feature Service (WFS)
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