Each calibration holds information about itself, in addition to its coordinate transformation parameters used in calibration computations.
This information is not dependent on the calibration type, but instead, helps to identify the calibration for future reference.
Every calibration has a user defined name that identifies the calibration.
Use names should be concise, but descriptive. For example,
•the name Imported project DWG would describe the calibration you created for importing DWG files from the client or contractor with your survey.
•the name Imported GNSS would describe the calibration you created for calibrating GNSS data with your survey.
TPC includes this name in all reports involving a calibration.
Each calibration has a date it was created, to help document the calibrations origins.
This can not be edited after it is created.
Each calibration includes the person who authored it, to help document the calibrations origins.
Each calibration includes the name and filename of the survey it was created from, to help document the calibrations origins.
The description of the original Coordinate Reference System (CRS).
The description of the target (calibrated) Coordinate Reference System (CRS).
The dialogs that edit a calibration have an Insert Survey CRS button you can use to create this description from the survey's CRS.