process multiple NGS OPUS reports collected over the
same mark, the OPUS Accumulator may be a real timesaver
for your workflow.
Reads every *.txt & *.msg file in 'Path to Process',
attempts to extract OPUS results from each file.
Tabulated values are sorted by start-time then written
to Summary.prn in the same path. Columns with numeric
data are summarized with Min, Max, Range, Average and
the Sample Standard Deviation. Lat/Lon averages are
shown in decimal degrees and DD MM SS.sss forms.
Input files can be
Text files or Outlook Message files (you can drag and
drop groups of OPUS solutions directly into a folder,
the OA should read them.)
If you need the OPUS
Accumulator, you really need it and will use it often.
If you don't need the accumulator, then you really don't
need it. If you use it, even just occasionally, please
signup for the mail list so you can be alerted to updates
Download ZIP: [
] [ OPUSAccumulator.zip
] unzip digitally signed Win32 executable.
The source code for
version 65 is available here [
however it is recommended that you contact Mark Silver
for the very latest build.
] to see a sample spreadsheet of results.
Worked around issues with mailers that split report
lines and strip whitespace.
Added 'Ephemeris' column to reported data.
Added tabulation of Min,Max,Rng,Avg,StdDev to numeric
Changed icon. Changed the names of header lines. Detect
missing values on read, provide message.
Trap <tel:xxx.xxxx.xx.xxx> strings from email
Accumulate state plane and UTM coordinates, with
Added DMS coordinates for geographic averages
Fixed heading for LAT1_RMS; added EndTime and DeltaTime
Added a sorted list of CORS stations used in the
solution as the last column (BaseStations) in the output