Hi KoBo GPS enthusiasts,
I’m looking for a way of building a polygon around a primary GPS point, in real-time for a specific type of health intervention.
Ideally, I would have:
- (1) a primary point
- (2) 4 points making a diamond shape around the primary point.
- The data collector would take the primary point using the geopoint function
- The data collector word use the geoline function to draw 4 lines from the primary point that extend to 100 metres in 4 different directions (producing 4 lines from the primary point to 4 different new points)
- An internal calculation can then make a polygon around the primary point, based on the 4 points. Voila.
I think I can do all of this, but the issue is for the data collector to be able to visualize the distance in real-time on a map. Can a configuration be done in OSM to produce the following labeling of the line on the map with a distance? (see picture for an example).
Thanks in advance for any insight!