I am attempting to create elevation contour lines for a piece of property with the help of a GNSS sensor hooked up to a tablet with QField installed. So far, it looks like the screenshot below. I used the IDW-Interpolation algorithm but the results are, I believe, pretty inaccurate due to the low number of measuring points.
Now as you can see the contour lines are pretty wobbly and don't reflect the actual terrain. A denser net of measuring points would help, I believe, but adding these point objects by hand would be pretty tedious, so I'm wondering if I could somehow automate that process in a way that QField creates a measurement point every .5 seconds while I walk around the property?
I already found a tracking feature in the QField documentation, however I believe that it just creates vertices on a line in a fixed interval and not point objects measuring elevation. You can find a description of that tracking feature here: https://docs.qfield.org/how-to/tracking/
I'd be happy for any advice on this.