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The video explains how to use an escalimeter to measure levels and create a level plot. First, markers need to be placed at 60 different points around the circumference of the meter. Once all points are marked, the level can be plotted on a map using the points as grid references. The user then walks around the object being measured, making sure to intersect the curves at the correct points. Finally, the coordinates of the points can be input into a computer program to create a level plot.

**00:00:00**This video explains how to use the Escalometer Method to plot a level's elevation. The figure shows a Raise plotted on a coordinate plane using the Quadrilateral Method. The goal is to maintain a 0-20 meter interval. The user uses a Caliper Meter and an Escalator to make the measurements. Once the height of each point has been calculated, the points are plotted on the coordinate plane using a coincident coordinate system. Next, the elevation of each point is plotted using the Escalometer Method. Finally, the elevation of each point is connected using a line to create a level plot.**00:05:00**The video explains how to use an escalimeter to measure levels. First, markers need to be placed at 60 different points around the circumference of the meter. Once all points are marked, the level can be plotted on a map using the points as grid references. The user then walks around the object being measured, making sure to intersect the curves at the correct points. Finally, the coordinates of the points can be input into a computer program to create a level plot.

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