Data Visualization Software aids geologists.
September 27, 2013 -
With RockWorks 16, geologists can import, display, and analyze surface and subsurface data. Sorting options and ability to group or hide boreholes enable users to isolate holes of interest quickly. Software can reference downhole data table to either ground or collar elevation, and can support unlimited commentary on lithology, stratigraphy, and water level. Tools for hand-drawing cross sections snap to lines and polylines to prevent gaps from appearing between correlated stratigraphy.
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RockWare Unveils Update to Data Visualization Suite
GOLDEN, Colo., -- To help geologists import, display and analyze data more quickly and accurately, RockWare announces it has released RockWorks 16, the latest version of its flagship suite for visualizing surface and subsurface data.
According to the company, the new version makes navigating and expanding the borehole database easier than ever. With the improved organization, new sorting options, and ability to group or hide boreholes, users can isolate the holes of interest quickly, RockWare says. The company adds that the software now can reference downhole data tables to either the ground or collar elevation, and it supports unlimited commentary on lithology, stratigraphy, water level, well construction and other relevant areas.
The 2-D and 3-D viewers also have received major improvements, RockWare reports. For example, the tools for hand-drawing cross sections snap to lines and polylines to prevent gaps from appearing between correlated stratigraphy. Furthermore, the polygons and polylines on contour maps include vertices so they are easy to edit. In 3-D scenes, the company says users can save viewpoints to quickly retrieve specific views.
According to RockWare, RockWorks 16 also features:
-- Enhancements to the stratigraphy and lithology pickers, such as smart stratigraphy rules for handling missing tops and bases.
-- Expanded tools for moving data to and from Google Earth.
-- Support for new map types.
-- System enhancements that make it more convenient for multiple users to access the same database simultaneously.
-- Support for importing AGS data.
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