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  2. Creating 3D model for ERT Data

    Are the image files in the project folder? If not you'll have to include the full path in the datasheet. Are you getting any error messages? Do you get a KMZ file that loads in GoogleEarth? If you do please send it to us. From what I can see I'd disable or delete rows 1 and 2 which have titles. You can ignore the warnings but its annoying.
  3. Creating 3D model for ERT Data

    See my data sheet
  4. Dear All, I try making making a 3D imaging of ERT profile as attached. Am finding it difficult to upload the image. i followed this steps: Open a Datasheet from utilities Name: Image: X1 coordinate: Y1 coordinate: X2 coordinate: Y2 coordinate: Lower elevation : Upper elevation Earth Apps Images Vertical Based on two points advanced But am not able to get it. tell me what am doing wrong. Although am thinking the image is not uploading on the datasheet. kindly tell me how to do this
  5. Custom Field Names

    Hi Ismena, If you just want to label the strip logs with the permeability classification (Low, Medium, High), use the I-Text table to specify the top and bottom depths of the interval and the text that you want to use for the label. If you want to create a model of the permeability classification in addition to the Lithology model, use the I-Data table to add a numeric value for each class (Low=1, Medium=2, High=3), then model with one of the classification modeling methods such as Closest Point, Lateral Blending, or Lateral Extrusion. Regards, Tom B RockWare Inc
  6. Custom Field Names

    Hi Tom, I'd like to clarify that I would like to add another column next to the lithology. I already have the lithology (e.g., sand and shale), but to add another column next to that. I have restarted a whole new model, but it would be nice to be able to do this together in one. Can you give me pointers about this? Ismena
  7. Custom Field Names

    Hi IsmenaB, Yes, you can use any classification scheme you like in the RockWorks Lithology table. Instead of specifying sand or shale, you can specify High, Medium, and Low permeability. Define your classification scheme in the Lithology Types table. Regards, Tom B RockWare Inc
  8. Custom Field Names

    Hi there, I am wondering if it is possible to visually display custom field names lithology sections? I have an idea to code all the lithology in terms of permeability (low, medium and high) as we're interesting in identifying high permeability zones for groundwater and ideally, a whole section could be created with this data. Thanks,
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  10. LogPlot8 2019.1.31

    New versions of LogPlot8 (32-bit and 64-bit) were uploaded to the RockWare website yesterday with the following changes: New Feature LogPlot8 now imports LAS version 3 files. This version will import versions 1.2 and 2 of LAS files also. Enhancement An option to Show Data Load/Import warnings has been added to the System Settings. This option applies to Excel and AGS imports as well as loading Logplot data files. It is set to true by default. Importing older pattern files now sets the imported file as the default library. Bug Fix The line width for Block style curves is now adjusted for the resolution of the output device. The Excel Import no longer combines all Point Text into one table. The Excel Import now handles optional fields for Horizontal Lines correctly. For a complete list of recent changes, please visit: https://www.rockware.com/rockworks/revisions/current_logplot_revisions.htm To download this build, use the Help | Check for Updates menu inside LogPlot8. Or visit the LogPlot Free Trial tab (https://www.rockware.com/product/logplot/) where you can download the installation program and install the new build right over the top of the existing program. (DO NOT UNINSTALL first.) Note that you will not be able to use this new build of the program if your maintenance has expired. If you would like to renew your maintenance, contact RockWare Sales or visit our Customer Portal (https://www.rockware.com/customer) and either create a new account (new visitors) or log in with your existing account. Molly Mayfield RockWare Inc
  11. New versions of RockWorks17 (64- and 32-bit) were uploaded to the RockWare website yesterday, with the following changes: New Features I-Data and T-Data 3D striplog columns can now be set to a constant radius with varying colors. Improvements RockPlot3D now permits you to rearrange the views (so the top one is used on Open) and to delete the default view. The Utilities | Faults | Single or Multiple -> 3D Fault File programs no longer deliver a cryptic error if the user forgets to assign a name for the 3D Fault File (.rwflt). It now just reminds you to enter the file name. Importing older pattern files now sets the imported file as the default library. Bug Fixes The Azimuth and Dip settings for Tilt in the Solid Model Options can now be entered as real numbers. The 3D - Multi Striplogs are now sorted by name. The Stiff Diagram program now can save RockPlot2D files when run from RCL. If there's only 1 page then the specified filename is used otherwise the filename adds a number to the end (e.g. Stiff1.Rw2D, Stiff2.Rw2D...StiffN.Rw2D The Check Data Integrity | Check for P-Data Duplicates program now makes sure there are duplicates to remove before trying to remove them. Previously, when there were no duplicates the program was still trying to fix it, causing an unknown data type and then an out of range error. Changed some conversions constants acre feet to cubic feet, acre feet to gallons, cubic feet to acre feet, cubic km to gallons, gallons to acre feet To download this build, use the Help | Check for Updates menu inside RockWorks17. Or visit our website and click on the RockWorks Free Trial tab: https://www.rockware.com/product/rockworks/ where you can download the installation program and install the new build right over the top of the existing program. (DO NOT uninstall first.) Note that you will not be able to use this new build of the program if your maintenance has expired before January 2019. Contact RockWare Sales or visit our Customer Portal (https://www.rockware.com/customer/) if you would like to update your maintenance. Molly Mayfield RockWare Inc
  12. Well that's a huge problem and I'm trying to evaluate this program to replace our current one. But thank you much for your help!!
  13. I understand the problem now. Unfortunately items above the Start Depth won't plot. Sorry.
  14. Ahh. Now I get it. Yes, it does have the right name. It does show up if I change the Start Depth in BH Info but it messes up the other data if I do that - see top image in top post.
  15. Does your Symbol Column in the designer have the name "Point Symbol" or something else? If it doesn't match you need to change the name in the designer or in the data tab.
  16. Thank you for the reply. I'm not sure which data sheet you are referring to. I also have casing Top at -1.9 in the Well Construction sheet. This is my Data setup showing the Point Symbol I'm using.
  17. Are you sure that your Symbol Column name matches the datasheet?
  18. Hi, I'm new to the program and hoping I'm missing an easy setting. Hard to explain so I'm attaching two images. If I set my Start Depth at the correct lith depth (-0.3 pavement) and I have my well casing starting at -1.9, the part above -0.3 is not showing on well. If I set my Start Depth at -1.9, the Well top shows but it extends the data columns up to the -1.9. Please see the two attached images for visual explanation. I'm looking for help on showing the entire well surface completion without extending up the data columns. Thank you!!
  19. Creating a cross-section from Excel borehole data.

    Figured it out!
  20. Creating a cross-section from Excel borehole data.

    my "froms" or "toos" or my elevations? I have the elevation listed under collar elevation, which is equal to ground elevation, and elevations are included in the first depth of the froms and toos. the "tops" are a few things in the spreadsheets. I'm not sure which file you're referring to.
  21. Your tops are in elevation and they need to be in depth.
  22. Creating a cross-section from Excel borehole data.

    Thanks Mitch, I reorganized the data, but now I'm getting more "3 points required" errors. I renamed all the strata as sand, sand2, etc., and I can see that there is only one grass unit, but there are several asphalt layers and that's one of the layers it mentions it doesn't have enough points for! What way are you uploading the data? If I bring it in through utilities then I can't seem to transfer my strata into borehole manager, if I bring it into borehole manager it all shows up but I'm getting all the errors above when modelling. Should I use the multi-sheet xlsx. file or should I just upload csv? fixed data: exported cross section data.xlsx cross section data rockware.xlsx
  23. I imported your data and there are a couple of problems. 1. Your grass unit only has 1 point. RockWorks requires a minimum of 3 points to make a surface. You can ignore the warnings and continue making the section. 2. You have duplicate units within some of your boreholes. Each stratigraphic unit can only occur once in each borehole. You can either rename them (e.g. sand1, sand2) or model them as lithology.
  24. Creating a cross-section from Excel borehole data.

    Maybe I'll mention, as well, that my grid and model dimensions all seem to be working correctly. The bounds match the UTM bounds I assigned my data.
  25. Hello, I'm trying to create a simple, or 3D, stratigraphic cross-section using an excel spread sheet I wrote up from well-log data. I've tried doing this a painful number of ways, and I'm fairly unfamiliar with RockWare. What I've tried so far: exporting the data as a CSV, and then opening it in the utilities window, checking it over, and then transferring to borehole manager.. The data shows up and even my stratigraphy is all there, I've filled out the stratigraphy types column, but when I go to actually model the boreholes I get the error that one of my stratigraphy layers can't be created (seems to change which one whenever I try; my grass layer, sand layer, or asphalt). I also get the error that I the model needs at least 3 points, or 2 points. I checked the forums and apparently this may have to do with the CRS assigned, but I've checked the CRS and it's all the same: UTM Nad 83. I've also tried uploading right into the borehole manager with a number of different excel file types to arrive at the same errors. It mentions I should re-order my stratigraphy, but I don't understand that as some of the strata occurs in reverse order in some boreholes and not others, I don't see how I could possibly assign them an order, unless it was per borehole?. I've also tried exporting a document to Excel from the borehole manager to examine the structure of spreadsheet it wants, I then filled out that spreadsheet with my data and imported it back into RockWare.. and arrive at the same errors. Not sure what's going on! attached is my data, in plain old xlsx format. also attached is the data in the exported format from RockWare. I did fiddle around with these spreadsheets to try to meet RockWare's error demands, but their both very simply laid out! It seems I have all the pieces in RockWare but I guess I'm missing something. Any help would be greatly appreciated! cross section data rockware.xlsx exported cross section data.xlsx
  26. Export to Raster in RockPlot2D Viewer

    Hi Pat, To view the other RCL commands: Choose the RockWorks 17 Utilities Graphix | 2D Utilities | Export | Raster (...) menu command to display the Raster Image (Bitmap) Export Options dialog box. Click on the RCL button in the lower right corner. Regards, Tom B RockWare Inc DEFINE: RASTER_EXPORT INPUT_FILE C:\Users\tomb\Documents\RockWorks17 Data\Samples\temp.Rw2D DEFINE: RASTER_EXPORT OUTPUT_FORMAT 2 DEFINE: RASTER_EXPORT PNG_FILE_NAME C:\Users\tomb\Documents\RockWorks17 Data\Samples\_c123_ore.png DEFINE: RASTER_EXPORT PNG_COMPRESSION 1 DEFINE: RASTER_EXPORT PNG_PROGRESSIVE 0 DEFINE: RASTER_EXPORT PNG_TRANSPARENT 0 DEFINE: RASTER_EXPORT PNG_TRANSPARENT_COLOR 16777215 DEFINE: RASTER_EXPORT PNG_CHANGE_BACKGROUND 0 DEFINE: RASTER_EXPORT PNG_BACKGROUND_COLOR 16777215 DEFINE: RASTER_EXPORT SCALING_METHOD 1 DEFINE: RASTER_EXPORT RESOLUTION 201 DEFINE: RASTER_EXPORT SCALE 1.00000000000000E+0002 DEFINE: RASTER_EXPORT VERTICAL_EXAGGERATION 1.00000000000000E+0000 DEFINE: RASTER_EXPORT MARGIN 0 DEFINE: RASTER_EXPORT PATTERN_SCALING_METHOD 0 DEFINE: RASTER_EXPORT CREATE_WORLD_FILE 0 DEFINE: RASTER_EXPORT DISPLAY_OUTPUT 1 EXECUTE: rp2d_to_raster
  27. When exporting in the viewer I can get a good result. But when I export in RCL it does not scale correctly and jumbles up the section. Are there more DEFINE statements not listed below that more closely match what is in the export feature? I'm using the RockPlot2D viewer menu 'File | Export | PNG'. In this form there are many additional settings for scale, width, etc. Below is all the code I can find on this. DEFINE: RASTER_EXPORT INPUT_FILE TS2.rw2d DEFINE: RASTER_EXPORT PNG_FILE_NAME TS2.png DEFINE: RASTER_EXPORT RESOLUTION 600 DEFINE: RASTER_EXPORT DISPLAY_OUTPUT True DEFINE: RASTER_EXPORT OUTPUT_FORMAT 2 EXECUTE: rp2d_to_raster
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