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Mitch

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  1. You can turn off the fill in the 2D Log Design tab. Select the active P-Data column and go to Fill Options. You can also change the Scaling options and turn off G-Value Filters and Resampling if they're on. Aming the column wider may help as well.
  2. I'd look at your cutoff distance, half the cell size should work but if the cell size varies in the x, y and z spacing then it will be more hit or miss. Mitch
  3. Somebody else may suggest a way to do this without modeling but if you use the Closest Point method with a small distance cutoff there will be no manipulation of the values. Just the original values and nulls.
  4. If you model the arsenic you'll have several choices for extracting the level data. First you can create an I-Data Plan map for the elevation of your choice which creates a grid of the values. You can the use the Grid Statistics program on the grid. Secondly you can use your stratigraphic layers to filter the arsenic model and then run Solid Statistics on the filtered model. Mitch
  5. A model is displayed in RockPlot3D and when a view is exported to shape file format its in a 3D foprmat best viewed in ArcScene or ArcGis Pro. These shape files can be imported into ArcMap but will only show a plan view. Since shape files are primarily data files you'll need to use categorize them within the Arc products to get a similar view. You might also consider exporting and importing as DXF.
  6. He's probably using an older version. He needs to download the latest version.
  7. Hi Laure, You're using the Trend Surface algorithm on Automatic and the program was unable to find a best Trend Surface order to use. You could either select the order in the menu or use another algorithm. Mitch
  8. Hi Ehsan, take a look at the Utilities/Imagery/Vertical (Images --> 3D Panels). The example files are vertical_images_3D_sections_01 and 02. Mitch
  9. Hi Anselme, sorry we don't have any license recorded for your copy of RockWorks 16. You can clarify your license issues by contacting [email protected] Thank you, Mitch
  10. The elevations are in absolute elevation. In your case the elevations in your datasheet are below the ground surface. You can either change the elevations in the datasheet or use the Offset setting in the menu to move the images above the ground.
  11. I see the problem your elevations are below the ground surface. Enter and offset of 200 meters or more.
  12. Delete or disable rows 1 + 2. You also need to select the image column not the name column for your input. Make sure that you have the other input columns correctly selected.
  13. Try selecting the file using the built in File Open Dialog. 1) If the column has not been assigned as an Image Name, right click on the header line, use the arrows to move to the column and select Image Name from the Content Type tab. 2) Now double click on each file name and select the file. If this still doesn't work attach a copy (not a picture) of your RwDat file for us to look at.
  14. You can either copy them to the project folder or provide the full path to the location of the files.
  15. 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.
  16. I understand the problem now. Unfortunately items above the Start Depth won't plot. Sorry.
  17. 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.
  18. Are you sure that your Symbol Column name matches the datasheet?
  19. Your tops are in elevation and they need to be in depth.
  20. 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.
  21. How is your Northing entered in LogPlot? What Coordinate System are you using in your RockWorks project? It always helps to have an actual file that causes the error.
  22. It sounds like you have the Long/Lat entered on the Other Coordinate Projections but haven't converted them to your Project Coordinate System (UTM). There's a "To Easting/Northing" button on the Other Coordinate Projections tab where you can do them one at a time or go to Edit/Coordinate Converter (to Easting/Northing) to convert all your boreholes.
  23. Hmm, looks like you have the Symbol column selected for your G-Value. Without seeing your data I'd suspect that's the problem.
  24. The AutoCAD Hatch Patterns are done in a completely different way and can't be translated. RockWare patterns use a collection of lines, polylines, polygons and circles to create a pattern while AutoCAD uses a geometry description. If the MicroStation hatches are defined in a similar manner to AutoCAD then the same problem will exist.
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