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  2. Good morning Edward, Could you please send a screenshot of the error message you are getting, as well as the bug report that is generated from this error message to our support email (tech@rockware.com)? I was unable to re-create this error within our samples data set.
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  4. Hi, I am trying to export the coordinates of digitized points in RW2D to the Utilities Datasheet. I keep getting the error that the argument is out of range.
  5. Hi !!!! a really big thank you to you. I finally got there thanks to your instructions. Thanks again. .
  6. The depths can be set by your projected up and down dip depth numbers in the 3D fault set up dialog box. Your example above looks to be about 90' vertical scale so you are likely on the right track.
  7. Hello JuDi, The drawing order for Well Construction types is defined by the base depth in the Construction Types Table. In the case of a tie (same depth) then it will default to the order they were entered to the table. Possibly you could add a small depth increment to the 'borehole' item to get the depth just a little more than other items? In the new version of RockWorks, improvements have been made in how the Well Construction layers are drawn. In RockWorks17 I'm afraid you will need to use the >right click >move to back option as you have discovered or adjust depths slightl
  8. Hi, is there a possibility to determine the order of drawing of the well construction types? I am defining a type 'borehole' to see the borehole wall. But that one always plots as last, so I have to manually send it to the back. Additionally is there an option to tell RW only plot the outer border and do not fill the plot item? Thanks, Julia
  9. Hello !! Ok thank you, I now understand what the Z elevation represents. Now let's take another concrete application case (Figure: example of fault description). Suppose the upper part of a fault segment is 10 meters deep and the lower part 100 meters (which makes a maximum vertical extension depth of 90 meters). My question is to know if in the representation the program will extend the fault ribbon vertically 90 meters deep going from the upper end to the lower end (hatched part in the Figure example of fault description). Thank you.
  10. The Z Elevation represents the sample elevation at the corresponding X and Y location. In most projects this is depth. The program will read the indicated XYZ location coordinates and project the Down-dip/Up-dip of the fault from those points.
  11. Bonsoir merci beaucoup pour votre réaction. D'après les informations que vous m'avez envoyées, la base de données pour la modélisation de failles 3D avec Rockworks 17 devrait inclure les coordonnées géographiques x et y, l'élévation Z, la direction d'inclinaison et l'angle d ' inclinaison. Cependant, j'ai un problème avec l'élévation Z. J'aimerais savoir ce que représente vraiment cette élévation. Je ne sais pas si c'est l'élévation topographique ou la profondeur d'enfouissement de la faille.en fait, mes données d'interprétations géophysiques et les caractéristiques des extrémités de chaque se
  12. Hi There, possibly this online help topic will help you with your datasheet set up for fault modeling: https://help.rockware.com/rockworks17/WebHelp/utilities_faults_summary.htm You can send more information about your data and workflow to our tech support email box if you want to ask specific questions about the fault modeling module.
  13. Thank you very much for your support ! have a great day !
  14. If you open up the Piper Diagram tool (Utilities / Hydrochem / Piper), we have the Example button where you can view an example file that will work with that specific tool. For the Stiff and Piper Diagram tools you will want to use the Hydrochem_All.rwdat file that is installed with the Samples dataset. This will give you a good format for how you should present your data in RockWorks so that you can use it for these tools.
  15. Hello there ! I try to create some Stiff and Piper diagrams. How should the Excel file look like when I try to import it ? I`m uploading here a part from my Excel sheet. I`ve tried to import the file as it is, but it doesn`t show me the dots on the diagrams. I`ve also put symbols for every sample. By the way, how can I cancel some elements from the Input Columns ?? I don`t have all those elements
  16. Hi, I use RockWorks 17 software. I have problems with the efficient design of the database for 3D fault modeling from the modeling module offered by this program. I would like your help. Thanks in advance.
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  18. Thanks, Molly! I will send the relevant info to support.
  19. Hi Allison, Please shoot us an email (support at rockware.com) regarding this, and we will send you a link where you can upload a backup of your borehole project (File | Backup Project). That'll be better than posting your data on a public forum. Thanks Molly Mayfield RockWare Support
  20. Won't let me attach borehole data. Says too large
  21. Having trouble plotting a surface profile onto a 2D section. Have a .tif file that is the same dimensions as the RW project. Created the RW grid file, which when viewed as a 2D image looks like the original raster. When I try to import the profile onto the section, I get a mostly blank screen with the section squished in the corner. I've attached the .tif as well as an export of the locations from the borehole manager. Thanks, Allison NorthBaseAMs coords.tif
  22. Hi Derek, The following comments refer to numbered items within the attached image. 1. The Graphics / Images / Google Earth / Vertical - Two Points Advanced program will position images as vertical panels within Google Earth. 2. To use this program, you'll need to create a datasheet with the coordinates for the lower-left and upper-right corners of each image. 3. Specify which column contains the relevant data. Note the Vertical Position tab. This allows you to vertically exaggerate and vertically offset the panels. 4. The panels will be displayed in Go
  23. I have a lithology fence diagram that I would like to update with vertical panels (snipped images of geophysical survey results) but can't figure out how to do it. I was able to create a separate file with the images using Utilities -> Imagery -> Vertical (Images -> Vertical 3D Panels). I tried to simply open both in GoogleEarth but GoogleEarth gives an error that it can't read the image files (.dae). Any help would be appreciated!
  24. A new version of RockWorks2021 was uploaded to the RockWare website today, with many new features, improvements, and bug fixes. No rest for the programmers! The RockWorks Revision History has a complete list, by date, of all changes in the program. New Features: The ModOps | Volume | Ore Grid program now includes options for specifying the classification terminology that is used within the Geologic Resource and Economic Reserves reports (e.g. Measured vs. Proven, Probable vs. Indicated). Eleven new symbols have been added to the raster symbol library.
  25. New versions of LogPlot8 (32-bit and 64-bit) were uploaded to the RockWare website today with the following changes: Improvements Batch Files now store 9 Significant Digits for scale. You can enter a non-breaking space in the datasheet editor by typing either Alt+0160 or Alt+255. This depends on the setup of your computer and keyboard. Bug Fixes Point Data (curves, text, etc.) with duplicate depths did not sort correctly. Now the data is tested for duplicate depths and if found the point data is not sorted. The background value grid for non
  26. Hey Jim I found the refresh button Sorry to bother Craig
  27. RW 2021 version.2.9 Refresh data is good explaination, how would I refresh without closing down? Thank you
  28. Hi Craig, I tried to repeat the problem without success. It sounds like the database just needed refreshed: Borehole Manager | File | Refresh database. What version are you using? Thanks, Jim
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