All contact surface have a younger and older side, each with a separate lithological classification. Changes made to these settings are automatically applied to the scene. If the image does not contain georeference information, you will need to add it manually by adding three reference markers. For more information, see Tutorial 3: Importing and Working with Borehole Data and The Borehole Data Object. There are three ways to do this: l l l Enter the coordinates. This paper discussed the potential of intensity data as a tool to identify sand bodies in reservoir outcrops.
To fix this error, click on the Fix Collar Maxdepths button. A series of tutorials based on a small data set will introduce you to basic concepts in Leapfrog Hydroand get you to the point where you can start processing your own data. If this seems to be the case, tick the Swap Eyes option to see if this is corrected. This is similar to adjusting the zoom setting on a camera. When you right-click on the borehole table and select Delete, the resulting action will also remove any lithology and numeric data tables from the project.
Exporting Errors from a Single Borehole Data Table To export errors from a single table, right-click on that table and select Export Errors. Although the validity of data is important in creating geological models, it is not necessary to ensure that data is perfectly valid before importing it, as Leapfrog has tools and techniques for correcting and working with errors in imported data. When Rotate With Left Button is selected, clicking and holding the right mouse button can be used to zoom in and out of the scene. · El modelado implícito, en contraste con el modelado explícito tradicional, no requiere mucho tiempo para la digitalización, esto reduce efectivamente el tiempo necesario para la modelación de días a horas. Interval tables and numeric data tables may also have a Histogram tab that shows the distribution of the data in a particular column: Working with Objects in the Scene The scene window displays a 3D representation of selected data from the project tree.
Choose the Folder in which to save the files. Such a technological breakthrough has not been successful so far in traditional oriented Engineering Geology, except in the Mining and oil exploration markets with budgets on much different scales. Until errors are corrected, the rows that contain those errors are excluded for all processing that uses the table, including viewing in the scene. The Region of Interest is important in limiting what data Leapfrog uses to perform calculations. This object is a collection of contact surfaces that are combined in a chronological order to produce the volumes of the geological model. Zoom in and out using the scroll wheel or by holding the right mouse button and moving the mouse. To view the properties of the Lithologies object, double-click on it.
Text columns are not validated when imported. This object describes all the lithological units to be modelled in the geological model and the colours that are used to display them on the screen. The elevation Z value should be the same for each marker. The Import Elevation Grid window will be displayed: Leapfrog automatically sets a Surface Resolution based on the information in the file, but you can change the value if you wish. See Exporting All Borehole Data. Importing the Nitrates Interval Table For the file Nitrates test. You can change this folder by clicking on Browse.
The Max Depth column is not required, but because the information is in the file, Leapfrog will use it to verify the integrity of the data. This ensures that you do not need to reassign the data type for each column and select the columns to be imported. Over time, the project file will grow in size and data stored in the database may become fragmented. You can also change the opacity and colour of the different layers. Navigate to the folder that contains the elevation grid file and open the file. Ensure your computer is connected to the internet.
This object defines the height of the data. Objects from the project tree can be added to the scene in two ways: l Right-click on the object and tick the View Object box. After creating each contact surface, drag the model into the scene to check the order of the processed volumes. In addition, when errors will be corrected in the primary data source, Leapfrog can export a list of errors. For example, you may wish to build a geological model from a series of meshes. Open that folder to view the project file Leapfrog Hydro has created, which in this case is called Tutorial.
Another option is to right-click on the desktop to see if there is an update tool available. Viewing the Surface Chronology To view the surface chronology, open the Surface Chronology object in the geological model. Changing an Object's Display Colour Many objects viewed in the scene are displayed using a single colour. Once the data source is selected, the importation process is similar to that described in Importing Borehole Data. Creating Custom Topography Views In Leapfrog, you can create custom views of the topography to change the way the topography is displayed and highlight features of interest. See: l Editing a Cross Section l Evaluating a Geological Model l Exporting a Lithology Cross Section Editing a Cross Section To edit a cross section, you can either double-click on the cross section in the Cross Sections object or right-click and select Open. Changing the Appearance of Objects in the Scene Window Once objects have beenadded to the scene window, you can use controls in the shape list and the shape properties frame to change the way objects are displayed.