Online area calculators commonly provide area calculations of regular polygon shapes like rectangles, triangles, and in some cases, circles, by inputting lengths, angles, or diameter measurements. SketchAndCalc provides an alternative to regular online area calculators by offering a drawing grid for users to describe the shape or shapes they wish to find the square area … Read more
SketchAndCalc is often used in the medical community as a Body Surface Area Calculator. Whether to calculate a persons somatotype or just to compute the total surface area of a human body, referred to as body surface area or BSA. Direct measurement of BSA can be difficult, most surface area calculators employ formulas that offer … Read more
SketchAndCalc™ offers area calculations using imperial measurements with inch fractions which avoids any need to convert decimals to fractions or the other way around. No more will you have to calculate the decimal equivalent of 2 foot, 8 inches 13/32 in order to set the drawing scale or input a line length. 2′ 8″ 13/32, … Read more
So you’ve trialed SketchAndCalc™, but just how accurate is our area calculator? Area of Regular Polygon ShapesBased on the number of vertices (control points), and the angles between them, SketchAndCalc™ automatically detects whether a Square, Rectangle or Circle is present. For these regular polygons, a formula is chosen to calculate area based on the length … Read more
Export Area and Perimeter Results to a table The irregular Area and Perimeters of multiple shapes can now be exported to a .CSV file for further import into a spreadsheet or table. After sketching, select ‘Export’ from the main menu and choose ‘.csv‘ to start downloading your .CSV file. Once downloaded open the file with the … Read more
Copy + Paste to Import Images It is now possible to import images directly from your computer’s clipboard using the Copy and Paste commands. This feature improves workflow for users that need to calculate the area of images saved on the web, or in other programs. To try this out, simply Copy an image from … Read more
Since launch in 2008 feedback from users has been the most influential factor in SketchAndCalc’s development. An area calculator with surprisingly endless uses from a wide variety of industries sometimes makes it difficult for me, the developer, to prioritize which features offer the greatest return for most users.