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Hello, 

I would like to know if it is possible to modify the project dimension in order to fit the red rectangle.

(Otherwise is it possible to modify North Orientation ?)

Thank you very much for your help

Best regards

Mathieu

 

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Good morning Mathieu,

 

At this time we do not have a way to adjust the north orientation in RockWorks so you cannot set your grid and model dimensions to the red rectangle in your image. What you can do as a potential work around is create a polygon in RockWorks similar to your red rectangle and then use that to confine your grid & 3D models so you are not getting the additional space where you do not have any control points. 

 

Please let us know if you have any other questions.

 

- Paul

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Good Morning Paul, 

thank you very wuch for your quick answer. Creating a polygon would perfectly answer my question. Which menu should I select to create it ?

Best regards 

Mathieu

 

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Paul, 

I did something like this. Is it possible to create a "3D polygon" ? Or how should I do to get rid off the additional space (right and left from the rectangle) in my 3D model ?

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Good Morning Paul, 

I would have an addional question. I manange to create a 2D stratigraphy structure grid with a filter polygon.

Is it possible to create a table with 200 points (XY coordinates) inside the polygon (corresponding to piles locations) and to obtain automatically the Z elevation of the 200 points?

Best regards

Mathieu

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Good morning Mathieu,

 

If you already have the XY coordinates for the 200 locations you can use the tool ModOps / Grid / Statistics / Residuals. What this tool will do is compare the XY coordinates that you have uploaded in to the Utilities database (you can leave the Z value as 0) to the grid that you have selected and then tell you the Z (Predicted) value for the grid you have selected and the residuals which is the Z value of your XY coordinates subtracted by the predicted value. In this situation you can ignore the residuals value as you are just trying to find the predicted value for those coordinates.

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