Hello,

When dealing with technical standards, I usually have to get data from graphics instead of tables or equations. When doing that, precision is
not good, for example to interpolate a curve equation from some point
coordinates.

I was wondering if after importing a graphics to autocad and redrawing its curve, and identifying the axis scales, there is a way for autocad to tell the exact coordinates of different points of the drawing. It would also be helpful if it is not possible in autocad but someone knows about other software that can do it.

Thanks.

When dealing with technical standards, I usually have to get data from graphics instead of tables or equations. When doing that, precision is

I was wondering if after importing a graphics to autocad and redrawing its curve, and identifying the axis scales, there is a way for autocad to tell the exact coordinates of different points of the drawing. It would also be helpful if it is not possible in autocad but someone knows about other software that can do it.

Thanks.