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  1. Chris, After discussing with one of our developers I believe the issue is the pound sign (#) that you have in your project name. For some reason Google Earth does not like that, but after we removed the pound sign from the project name it exported to Google Earth without any issues.
  2. Good morning Chris, Thank you very much for sending over the backup of your database. I am getting the same red X as you when I try to export your data into Google Earth. We believe the issue may be stemming from google earth itself as it appears to be having some outage issues at this time. I will monitor the issue and try again later today to see if it is corrected.
  3. Good afternoon Laure, Thank you very much for your question regarding bringing in your geophysical data into RockWorks17. What format is your geophysical data in by chance? If it is formatted in X/Y/Z/G data then you should be able to bring it into the datasheet. If you would like to send us your data at [email protected] we would be happy to take a look at it and potentially come up with other options of bringing the data in as well.
  4. Good morning Laure, I have sent you an email regarding this issue.
  5. After receiving the data we are able to discern that there was a difference in coordinate systems from the Utilities datasheet and the project coordinates (UTM meters vs UTM feet). Once that was corrected the contours were projected inside the project dimensions correctly.
  6. Good morning Craig, Would you mind backing up your database and sending it to us at [email protected]? I would like to make sure that I am using the correct coordinate system and grid/model dimensions as well as the same setting you were using as I am working with your .rwDat to see if I can replicate the issue that you are running into. Thanks!
  7. Good morning Mike, The error you are receiving is likely because your data dictionary is corrupted. I would suggest either deleting, or renaming the system folder for that project and that would let RockWorks rebuild the sql database again and see if that resolves the issue. If you receive the error again could you select Report Error / Restart and send the bug report to [email protected] so we could take a look at that as well?
  8. Have you tried copying or creating the folder directly on your C drive to see if that fixes the issue? It may still be having problems because of the location of the folder on OneDrive.
  9. Good morning, I believe the issue that you are running into is because the folder you are currently working on is on a shared folder in OneDrive. To resolve this issue, turn off the syncing function while working with the folder, or move the project to a different non-synced folder. If you continue to have issues please let us know.
  10. Good afternoon, You would be able to insert the data into RockWorks and then create a 3D model from it, but you would have to do a little ground work before doing that. You will need to get the x, y coordinates for all of your data points in between your starting and ending points of your lines, and then from there you could import the data into the Utilities Datasheet and create your model. One tool that may help in getting all of your x, y coordinates in between your starting and ending points would be under Utilities -> Survey -> Interpolate Points along Line. This tool is built under the assumption that the data points are all equally spaced apart, so if they are not you would have to calculate your x,y coordinates another way. Please let us know if this works or if you have any other questions.
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