Use this command to get
two or more data sets from different sources to align geographically:
for example, when stretching a new subdivision map into a preexisting
rubber sheeting only when it is absolutely necessary because it can
severely compromise the accuracy of your data.
Respond to the prompts:
- Base point 1:
- Reference point 1:
Specify the new location
for the first point.
- Base point 2:
Specify another point.
When you finish specifying points, press Enter. Keep in mind that the
more points you enter, the more accurate the results will be.
- Select objects by <Area>/Select:
Enter a to
select all objects in the polygon, or enter s to select
Objects wholly within
the original polygon are modified to fit the new shape and location
of the polygon.
When selecting points
for rubber sheeting, select points in order around the perimeter
of the object or region to be rubber sheeted.
The selected points are
treated as the vertices of a polygon, so you will get better results
if you select the points sequentially around the perimeter.