In the last post we used the RTKPOST GUI to generate a kinematic position solution using “ebay.obs” for the rover data and “zdv13480.15o” for the base station data. To do the equivalent run from RNX2RTKP we use the following command line, run from the folder containing the data files.
rnx2rtkp -k test1.conf -o out.pos ebay.obs zdv13480.15o ebay.nav
The -k option is to specify the configuration file, the -o option is the output file. In this case we use the configuration file we saved from RTKPOST in the previous post.
To plot the calculated solution use the following command line:
This calls up the same plot GUI we previously accessed by clicking on the “Plot” button in the RTKPOST GUI.
The plots should be identical between this solution and the previous solution generated with RTKPOST.
To keep track of changes between various runs with the same data, I use a matlab wrapper to create a sub-folder, copy the config file, trace file, stats file, and result file to that sub-folder, input a short description of the run, and also save that to the sub-folder.