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    Justine Carstairs

    Hello, When exporting a cross section to Voxler, scaling information can be retrieved from two sources: Application, and Saved. Strater provides potentially useful scaling info from the collars table, whenever possible. Selecting Application will load scaling info calculated by the application based on the collars table and elevation and depth information from the well.

    Source scaling is accomplished by specifying the corner points of a rectangle (in cross section units) in the application document and the corner points of a rectangle in the desired File units. The document coordinates will be offset and/or scaled so the corner points of the document rectangle will have the desired coordinates.The Source lists two points on the page in the X, Y, and Z coordinates. The File lists the same two points on the page in the coordinates to be exported. Normally, the File coordinates should not be changed.The Z coordinates will be adjusted to always have the Z values increase upwards for conformity with Voxler. This may mean the coordinates are changed if the depth coordinates increase down in Strater.

    We have a webinar on working with cross sections in Strater and Voxler that you may find useful: Strater And Voxler Webinar: Visualizing Cross Sections In 3D

    Thanks,

    Justine

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    maksimrtmo

    Dear Justine,

     

    Thank you for the reply. Looks like elevations are not included into calculations during export. According to Webinar the correct value of Z (according elevations) shoude be taped manually. It is not very simple in case of a lot of locations. 

    Looks like it may be solved in Strater very quick. Maybe during next versions.

     

    Kind Regards

    Maxim

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    Justine Carstairs

    Hi Maxim,

    I have added your vote for this functionality to our feature request file.

    Thanks,
    Justine

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