Do you need to customize your maps so the display of your data is limited to a specific area of interest? Or, maybe you need to generate irregularly shaped grids or clip out unnecessary data from your grid-based maps?
Well, there are many approaches to accomplish this task in Surfer! In this webinar, we go over 5 examples. The data used in this webinar is attached below should you desire to follow along.
- Creating a BLN in the worksheet
- Creating a NoData boundary from a polyline in a SHP file - 11:58
- Creating a NoData boundary from a contour map - 15:56
- Assign NoData with mixed blanking flags
- Creating a NoData boundary using Query and Buffers - 30:09
- Using Mixed NoData flags
- How to grid your data to fit the expanded limits created by using buffers
- How to fix jagged grid surface edges
- Using the Assign NoData outside convex hull of data option found in the Grid Data dialog - 47:13
- How to use the Inflate by option found below the above feature