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Figure 1: Screenshot of gvSIG-CE showing the use of pre-existing xml-scripts to filter features, finds and topographic points.

Figure 2: Screenshot of gvSIG-CE showing the use of onboard tools to create section lines between section nails recorded with Survey2GIS

Figure 3: Screenshot of Survey2GIS, start up screen

Figure 4: Survey2GIS integrating with gvSIG-CE. Processing field data

Figure 5: Fully attributed archaeological GIS-plan processed with survey2GIS/gvSG-CE


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