The following is a partial listing of COGO commands.
Random Inverse - computes and displays bearing, horizontal distance, slope distance, vertical angle, etc between any two survey points, drawing objects or mouse clicks.
Offset to Line - compute the offset from any survey point, drawing object or mouse click to an existing or imagined line.
Offset Interval - compute the offset distances of selected points to an existing or imagined line along with spacing between points on line.
Offset to Alignment - compute the offsets and points on line from any number of points and/or traverses to an existing alignment which can include tangents, curves and spirals.
Horizontal Curves - enter horizontal curve data to create new points or change existing survey lines.
Spirals - enter horizontal curve data to create new points or change existing survey lines.
Curve Fitting - enter horizontal curve data to create new points or change existing survey lines.
Creating Stations at Intervals - computing offsets to a line along with their intervals along the line
Station Offsets - create points at a station and offset along an alignment.
Right-Of-Way Offsets - create points left / right of any alignment.
Line Fitting - find the tangent line that best fits a group of points.
Curve Fitting - find the horizontal curve that best fits a group of points.
Coordinates for a Point - create new points or update an existing point by specifying a distance and direction from any other survey object.
Distance and Offset - create a new point or update an existing point to be a certain distance along a line then offset left or right.
Intersections - compute one or more intersections by bearing-bearing, bearing-distance, distance-distance, bearing-line with offsets.
Multiple Points on a Line or Grade - insert any number of points between two existing locations.
Corner Offsets - compute offsets from each corner of a building.
Rotating - rotate all or part of your survey to grid.
Translating - translate all or part of your survey to grid.
Computing a Predetermined Area - partition off any part of a closed figure.