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  1. Hi, it'd be great to see that feature. It's been out there for a while, see similar discussion a while ago. Cheers, Julia
  2. I am wondering if anyone can suggest a best practice for keeping track of well construction changes in the database. One idea I had was to copy the well bore each time the completion changes. but that also means duplicating any log (P-) data, thus would necessarily duplicate data in the database. So ideally it would be only one well bore entry, but a possibility to go back in time for different completion setups. (e.g. adding removing gauges, deepening of a well, ....) Any other ideas out there, input appreciated. Thanks, Julia
  3. Hi Tom, that's useful information here. interesting is that if I use "EZ-map" the triangulation works fine with the data set. Only when using "Grid-Based" map, I need to decluster. Does "EZ-map" decluster automatically? Regards, Julia
  4. Hi, what is the fastest way to add a proper color legend when plotting P-data with disks and option 'Cold--> Hot colors' (see image) in 3D? I assume the value range I have to get from min/max of the P-data values. but which color scheme is used for visualization, 2-colors or 3-colors? what are the starting/ending colors? Best regards, Julia
  5. Hi Tom, thanks. True for horizontal wells that makes no sense. Julia
  6. Alison, thanks. In the end reducing the grids to below 10,000 grid points help speed up the process quite a bit. (It made the grids less smooth, but it was still ok for the model) Julia
  7. Hi, when running RockWorks | Borehole Manager | StripLogs | Borehole Survey the "Depth Incrementation/Resolution" refers to measured depth, right? Is there a way in Rockworks to resample this result then into constant elevation interval? Or better, get the survey at constant elevation intervals from the beginning? Thanks, Julia
  8. Hi, does anyone have experience with performance of loading files when creating layers? I am working with XYZ files, that have ~60,000 points and the loading takes more than five minutes. Would dxf or contour be faster? Do "internal boundaries" already in the model have an effect on the speed of loading? Tips or tricks how to speed up the loading process are appreciated. Thanks, Julia
  9. Great, thanks. Julia
  10. I see that the color bar changes when choosing "Logarithmic Scale" for a plot. Is there a way to keep color bar and adjust the labels to logarithmic increments? Thanks, Julia
  11. TVD plots within RW have been discussed for a while now. (see e.g. here). So I agree with Edward, it'd be great to have such feature in RW. :-) Regarding the issue of wells starting from the same location: I used Brian's suggestion once, that works fine. Though it can be tedious in case you have a lot of boreholes, to zoom in to the selection map. Would providing a drop down list for boreholes to show in section view be an option for that? E.g. when the user chooses to visualize bore holes with uniform borehole spacing.
  12. Edward, I experience that issue, too. Sometimes it helped to make sure any instance of Excel is closed before starting the export from RW. Julia
  13. When setting a permeability modifier to an element named 'B' in a model that is running with MINC: Does this modifier apply to fracture or matrix continua? I see the modifier is written in the MESH file for that element 'B', but no indication of this modifier in the MINC file for the 'B' and/or '2 B' element. Is it correct to assume the modifier will be only applied for the fracture continua? Best regards, Julia
  14. Hi Tom, thanks. Great, Julia