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Wrap P-Data (gamma, sonic) around scale

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My P-Data scale (gamma, in this case) is from 0 to 200, left to right. Many of my data points are greater than 200. Is it possible to clip the trace at 200 and wrap the trace with values >200 back to the 0 line of the scale?

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Wrapping is not an option in RockWorks but can be done in LogPlot which can directly use your RockWorks projects.

Alternatively you could use Logarithmic scaling to give you more accuracy with lower values while still covering the full range of data.

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You can also just clip the curve by using the G-Value Filtering tools available when plotting a P-Data striplog. To see the filtering options, click on the + sign next to the data track in the P-Data options tools in the 2D striplog layout tool.

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OK thanks. I have used the G-Value filter and that is fine to remove the "null" values of for example -999. In this case I need to keep all values so LogPlot seems to be the way to go. Alternatively I could use the G-Value filter and create 2 strip logs which are then overlayed. One with values from 0-200 and a second from 200-400.

Mike

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Your second solution should work and could be set up as an RCL script.

Compile log 1 (0-200)

Compile log 2 (200-400)

Append log 2 to log1

Let me know if you need help setting this up.

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