NZ Topo - object class racetrack_pnt

This page describe the racetrack_pnt object class used to represent objects in the NZTopo topographic database.

Description

A course laid out for racing

Topo250 description

Only those significant by their size or location are held in the Topo250 data and shown on the Topo250 printed maps; these are a subset of the racetrack_cl and racetrack_poly features shown on the Topo50 series

Representation specification

Representation specification showing racetrack_pnt

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Class attributes

AttributeValue
Object classracetrack_pnt
Entity classRACETRACK
Additional entity classNot applicable
Object inheritancesimple_point
Entity sourceUS Standard Entity
Map series Topo250
LSLIFF object class204

Object attributes

AttributeLSLIFF code
Shapefile field
Data type
Attribute descriptionAttribute values*
name1001
name
string
The name of the racetrack, where known. Text data from July 2012 will be in UTF-8 format. If your system is not UTF-8 compliant, you will need to use the name_ascii attribute, which has had any macronated vowels removed. UTF-8 stands for Unicode Transformation Format-8. It is an octet (8-bit) lossless encoding of Unicode characters. UTF-8 encodes each Unicode character as a variable number of 1 to 4 octets, where the number of octets depends on the integer value assigned to the Unicode character. It is an efficient encoding of Unicode documents that use mostly US-ASCII characters because it represents each character in the range U+0000 through U+007F as a single octet. UTF-8 is the default encoding for XML.
"Hutt Park Race Course"
{empty}
name_macronated1140
macronated
boolean
Indicates whether the entry in the name_ascii field contains a macronated vowel. Where the value is "Y" go to http://www.linz.govt.nz/placenames/find-names/macrons/index.aspx for a list of places or feature names within New Zealand that are gazetted and include macrons
Y
N
race_track_use1070
track_use
string
cycle
dog
horse
vehicle
{empty}
race_track_type1071
track_type
string
training
{empty}
name_ascii9000
name_ascii
string
Text data from July 2012 will be in UTF-8 format. If your system is not UTF-8 compliant, you will need to use this attribute, which has had any macronated vowels removed.

* See explanation of attribute values for more information about how attribute values are represented.

Change log

Feature versionRevisedDescription
52012-08-28Updated map image and aerial view; added representation specification and example feature photographs
42012-08-28Added scale-specific definitions
32012-08-16Name attribute in UTF-8 format; added name_ascii attribute
22010-03-01object class change and added name_macronated attribute
12009-09-01intial status