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Generate isovalues in a 2D Longitudinal section view


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    Kari Dickenson


    Surfer can create maps based on only three variables: X, Y and Z, where the Z could be anything measured, such as elevation, concentration or grade. You could create some section slices where X is some coordinates (either longitude or latitude), Y would be the depth, and Z would be the grade. This would work fine for N-S or E-W slices, but for diagonal slices you might want to use distance along the slice instead of Lat/Lon for the X value.

    Since you have four variables (XYZ and Grade), you could also try our Voxler software. You could load the XYZ-Grade data, grid the data to create a 3D lattice, and then slice the lattice at any plane and create contours on that plane.



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