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Set Total Depth when Batch Compiling Logs

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Hello,

 

 

Is there any way to change the total depth for all the logs in a batch compile of logs? If not there should be an option created in the Log settings since the option is available when a single log is created. At the moment, I have to click through all my logs and change the total depth so the log fills the page and all my point data shows up. 

 

Corey

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Hi Corey,

The batch compile dialog box lets you specify the Bottom depth to change the TD in LogPlot 8 and LogPlot 7.

 

Regards,

Tom B

RockWare Inc

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Tom,

 

That is true, but that adds more steps. I have 25-100 logs at times. Doesn't the batch compile require you to add each data log separately then designate the bottom depth for each one separately? 

 

I make large excel multi-sheet import files. I want to import the excel workbook, and then compile all data logs (crtl+alt+L) with the same bottom depths. It would also be nice to have an export shortcut to export all open log files as one pdf file. 

 

Corey

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Hi Corey,

 

You can specify the total depth for each well on the SETUPGRD sheet in Excel prior to import.

 

I will add your requests to the suggestion file.

 

Regards,

Tom B

RockWare Inc

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Tom,

 

Yes. I do that, but I like to add point text at the termination depth to describe why the borehole or test pit was ended. If I want this text to show, then I have to increase the depth beyond the original total depth. 

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You may be able to work around the problem by moving the text a few feet above total depth.

 

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I will add your request for the batch method to the suggestion file.

 

Regards,

Tom B
RockWare Inc

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