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Mitch

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  1. I understand the problem now. Unfortunately items above the Start Depth won't plot. Sorry.
  2. 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.
  3. Are you sure that your Symbol Column name matches the datasheet?
  4. Your tops are in elevation and they need to be in depth.
  5. 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.
  6. 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.
  7. 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.
  8. Hmm, looks like you have the Symbol column selected for your G-Value. Without seeing your data I'd suspect that's the problem.
  9. 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.
  10. No, the solid models are just xyzg data. You can calculate the corners from the node spacing data. If you tell us how you would use this information we can make some suggestions.
  11. Hi Isabella, I was able to create a lineation grid and map in RockWorks 17 but I suspect your problem has to do with your output settings. You have end points in degrees, your midpoints in local coordinates (from 0,0 degrees) and I have no idea what you Project or Output settings are. I'd suggest converting your coordinates to your project coordinate system and scanning to make sure that your lines fall withing the output coordinates. Use Coords/Coordinate Converter (Multiple Points) and then use Scan Datasheet. Mitch
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  13. Hi Allison, it would help us figure out what went wrong if you'd send your 2D Striplog (Rw2D file) with a description of the problem to our support@rockware.com email. Also include which version of RockWorks you are using. Thanks, Mitch Wolberg
  14. Hi Pat, first of all it would help to know whether you're creating the map in the Utilities from a Data Sheet or from the Borehole Manager. In the Borehole Manager the Project Dimensions can either be in Local, State Plane or UTM coordinates entered in meters or feet. You can enter Longitude Latitude in the Other Coordinate Projections but you still need to convert them to the Project Coordinate system. If you're using the Spreadsheet you need to make sure that you assign the Coordinate Columns to XY Coordinate/Decimal Degrees. You can do this by right clicking on the header line of the spreadsheet. Mitch
  15. Sorry, I didn't understand your original question but you can use Polygon Clipping to do what you wanted. You can make a Polygon in RockPlot2D and save that as to a Polygon Table (select the polygon, right click, and click on Save To Polygon table). Not sure I understand your second question.
  16. In all solid models you can specify Superface and Subface clipping. The surfaces can either be be generated automatically or use a predetermined surface. To see the options select Solid Modeling Options and then select Superface or Superface from the Additional options on the right. From the Utilities tab go to Grid/ Import. We support the ESRI AsciiGrid format.
  17. Enter your orientation data on the Orientation tab. See DH-02 or DH-12 in the Samples project for examples.
  18. Currently we export to DXF and 3D Shape files. From DXF you can export to various 3D formats in AutoCAD or using web services (Google DXF to ?). I didn't find any conversions from Shape file but if you have a specific output format a search might turn something up. One additional export is to Google Earth (KMZ) . If you unzip the KMZ file you'll find it's made up of 1 or more Collada files (DAE) that can be imported into a few programs.
  19. This will take a bit to repair and test, I suggest going back to the previous build: 64 bit: https://www.rockware.com/assets/products/176/product_demo/243/logplot8_64_installation.exe 32 bit: https://www.rockware.com/assets/products/176/product_demo/242/logplot8_installation.exe Sorry for the inconvenience. Mitch
  20. To insure that we keep spammers and other riffraff out of our forums we manually check every new applicant. Unfortunately this may lead to delays of a day or more after the initial application. We wish this wasn't necessary but past experience has proven otherwise. Thank you for your interest, Mitch Wolberg
  21. >>1. Make sure that Excel is not in edit mode, close Excel and let RockWorks open the selected file. >>2. Did you try and import the same Excel file into 15 and 17? Please let me know if you tried item 1 and answer question 2.
  22. Make sure that Excel is not in edit mode, close Excel and let RockWorks open the selected file. Did you try and import the same Excel file into 15 and 17? What version of MS Office are you using and is it the 32 or 64 bit version?
  23. In the Borehole Manager go to File/Import/Excel menu. You'll find it just above the borehole list.
  24. Hi Rudy, its a problem with the focus. When the RockPlot3D window is embedded in the menus dialog there are a lot of controls competing for the focus. Try clicking on the scene tree or in the zoom combo box and then use your mouse wheel.
  25. Sorry but ReportWorks doesn't support rotated text. I'll add that capability to the new features list.
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