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Hi all

we are using RW2004, I'd like to create borehole location in rw2004, but it may like this; borehole name is at top of the point(by the way how can I change its position according to point?) also if it possible another value(forexemple thickness of coal) might bottom of the point same time...like

BH-02

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4,45

thanks..

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If you wish to create point maps with more labels or different labels than is available in the RockWorks2004's Borehole Manager's Map / Borehole Locations option, you will need to do this in the RockWorks Utilities. (Note that we have added very nice multi-label options in RockWorks15 borehole location maps, so it is MUCH easier to use - one click to display formation thickness, for example, along with the borehole ID.)

If you want to plot simple Borehole location information in your maps, use these RW2004 tools:

1. In the Borehole Manager, choose File / Transfer / Locations / Borehole Files -> Utilities Datagrid. This will transfer all of the data from the BH Mgr Location tables to the Utilities datasheet. This would include borehole ID, location, elevation, TD, symbol, and other Location fields.

2. Use the Map / EZ Map option to create the detailed point map.

a. Be sure the Input Columns are set to X (Easting): Easting, Y (Northing): Northing, Z (Elevation): Elevation.

b. Set the Map Layers / Symbols to Column Based, and set the Data Column to the column named Symbol. (This tells the program to plot those symbols in the map.)

c. Expand the Map Layers / Labels heading. Insert a check in the labels you wish to activate, such as North. Expand each heading and select the name of the column that contains the desired text. For the borehole id's, for example, you would choose the column named "ID". You can turn on as many labels as you wish.

For borehole Stratigraphic information:

1. In the Borehole Manager, choose File / Transfer / Stratigraphy / Borehole Files -> Utilities Datagrid. This will transfer the basic location information and all of the Stratigraphic data from the BH Mgr Location tables to the Utilities datasheet.

2. Use the Map / EZ Map option to create the detailed point map.

a. Be sure the Input Columns are set to X (Easting): Easting, Y (Northing): Northing, Z (Elevation): Elevation.

b. Set the Map Layers / Symbols to Column Based, and set the Data Column to the column named Symbol. (This tells the program to plot those symbols in the map.)

c. Expand the Map Layers / Labels heading. Insert a check in the labels you wish to activate, such as North. Expand each heading and select the name of the column that contains the desired text. For the borehole id's, for example, you would choose the column named "ID". For the elevations of the X unit, you could activate the South label and choose the column labeled "Top:X" for the label text. You can turn on as many labels as you wish.

If you need formation thickness represented in the map, you will need to do some calculations in the Utilities datasheet.

1. You can right-click in any column and choose Columns / Insert to insert a blank column to the left of the active column.

2. You can right-click in that new column and choose Columns / Math / Column & Column Math to subtract the unit's base elevation from the top elevation. Then use those computed values for the map labels.

Again, this is much easier in Rockworks15, which offers many labels in the borehole location maps, including stratigraphic elevations, thicknesses, aquifer data, t-data, and more.

Molly Mayfield

RockWare Inc.

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