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Some options: Cloud Compare: Open-source visualization software. A third-party pre-built executable for Mac is available from https://asmaloney.com/software/, or you can build from source. Includes some pretty-good processing tools if you're looking to do work in addition to just looking at the points. plas.io: Web-based visualization. Simple, not many ...


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There are a large number of FOSS options that would be suitable for a project like this. I am going to end up recommending that you use QGIS. I will address the question in three parts: Non-GIS options. GIS options, and why I recommend QGIS. Some pointers to QGIS tutorials. Non-GIS options Since you have come to a GIS-focused site, you are indicating ...


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If you do choose to use a CAD, rather than GIS program for your needs, There are also open-source CAD programs like QCAD.


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A free tool that will help you explore what you can do within GIS, is QGIS. It will most likely be a little tricky to digitize and import the information but you can start with loading a basemap (say Openstreetmap) and trace out the boundary of your property. Then, you can try to import some scans of your paper copies and geo-rectify them. This just means ...


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Typically you will have to rely on the GNSS device manufacturer's software to perform post-processing of field observations. You should be able to use the Mobile Mapper Office software to do this. I would recommend contacting the reseller who sold you the Mobile Mapper to source this software. Here is a link where you can download the software for now. ...



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