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RockWorks16 2014.9.25

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We uploaded a new revision of RockWorks16 today, with the following changes:

Level 4+

+ Color Modeling works properly with declustering and faulting.

+ Volume and mass calculations are labeled with the project's output units.

+ Density units can be defined in the Lithology and Stratigraphy Types tables.

Level 3+

+ Stratigraphy and Lithology Types tables can be exported to the Utilities datasheet.

Level 2+

+ Block model Grade Statistics by Level now allows you to specify density units.

+ Grid and solid models can be created from comma-delimited text files.

+ Run analyses on existing lithology and stratigraphy models (Solid | Statistics menu)

+ A new Zones program performs the Solid -> Grid functionality for multiple top-base grid regions. It also creates Shapefile output.

+ New Multiple Polygons -> Grid program assigns grid node values within multiple polygons.

+ Improvements to the Movement Analysis and Directional Analysis calculation of dip angle.

+ Improvements to the warping and tilting features within the block modeling programs

+ The coordinate conversions now work correctly if the coordinate system is the same but the units are different (e.g. feet to meters)

+ The PicShow AVI Export now allows the user to set the frame-rate (in frames per second) within the output file


+ Cross sections with vertical exaggeration > 1 are no longer clipped when exported to a raster format.

+ Color legends with negative value ranges no longer show a blank color block


+ Blocks and surfaces exported from RockPlot3D to Google Earth are now more accurately registered.

+ Isosurfaces exported from RockPlot3D to Google Earth are no longer flattened.

+ Items with opacity less than 100% are now exported correctly from RockPlot3D to Google Earth.

You can download this build either from within RockWorks itself (Help | Online Information | Check for Updates) or by following these steps:

1. Click on this link:

2. Save the file to your local computer (e.g. Downloads folder or Desktop).

3. When the download has completed, you can run the installation. Do not uninstall the existing RockWorks first.

4. When the installation has completed, you can start up the RockWorks16 program.


Molly Mayfield

RockWare Inc.

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