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Shifting up/down symbol log to be fitted with other data

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    qubalee
    Thanks Kari, There is a problem here where column B contains the data of several wells. In fact, I need to adjust the data of one well only, not whole wells. I thought that there is an easy way to do this shifting here in Strater. However, I will use Microsoft Excel to move up/down my data and then copy and past the corrected value. Thanks again Best Regards. Qubalee
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    qubalee
    Thank you Kari! Regards Qubalee
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    Kari Dickenson

    Hello,

    The logs in the borehole view reflect the data in the data tables. There isn't a way to shift the log a certain amount from the data. However, you could edit the data in the tables. As you mention, you could edit the data in the tables on a cell-by-cell basis, but that is a bit tedious. Instead, I recommend using the Data | Transform command to add (or subtract) a certain amount from your depth column to shift the symbols to a different depth in the borehole view. For example:

    1. Click on the data table you wish to modify.
    2. Highlight the column you wish to add to or subtract from (e.g. column B, the Depth column).
    3. Click Data | Transform.
    4. In the Transform dialog, enter the equation to add or subtract a certain amount from your Depth column. For example: B = B + 50 (where you want to add 50 to all values in column B)
    5. Click OK and the values are adjusted.
    6. Now you can click back to the borehole view. If the logs do not adjust automatically, click Edit | Update Borehole Data to force it to refresh.

     

    Thanks,

    Kari

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    Kari Dickenson

    Hi Qubalee,

    You don't have to apply the transform to the entire column in Strater. In the Transform dialog, there are First row and Last row options. Simply enter the first row of the data for a particular well and the last row of data for the well. The transform will only apply to those rows and the rows in between.

    You could either enter them manually, or you can select the cells you want to transform and then click Data | Transform and they rows are automatically entered from the selection.

    Thanks

    Kari

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