# Area calculation using vertices

 0 Hi OFT, I am trying to develop a form that will survey of particular forest area and the forest user group territory. It would be worthy when user can get instant area he/she surveyed and make decision instantly with forest user group.I want to calculate the area in collect mobile (SRS system will be projected). For this I need to calculate x1 * y2. I thought it will be easier using idm:position() or idm:index() function but I was wrong. Now things are being messy. How can be done such type of calculation? or is their any solution to calculate area using vertices? asked 02 Dec '17, 14:23 Rajkumar 88●2●20 accept rate: 0%

 0 I solved one issue: x1*y2 using expression (location/@x(parent()/coordinate[idm:position(\$this/parent()) -1]/location/@y))-(location/@y(parent()/coordinate[idm:position(\$this/parent()) - 1]/location/@x)) Apply when idm:position(\$this/parent()) = 1 expression (location/@x(parent()/coordinate[idm:position(\$this/parent()) -1]/location/@y))-(location/@y(parent()/coordinate[idm:position(\$this/parent()) - 1]/location/@x)) Apply when idm:position(\$this/parent()) !=1. probably my apply when condition is not ok, I am not sure. I checked in excel everything is right. Now my problem is that I want same calculation as above but that would be with last and first position of the coordinate. How can I perform that work? answered 02 Dec '17, 18:48 Rajkumar 88●2●20 accept rate: 0%
 0 Hi all, I am able to calculate area using vertices somehow. It can be calculate in desktop version but not in mobile version. I am waiting whether it will be done in future releases in mobile. Thank you. answered 04 Dec '17, 12:48 Rajkumar 88●2●20 accept rate: 0%
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