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  • Writer's pictureNicholas Harvey

Handling Dip Data

LogScope has added the ability to plot dip data. This is achieved by using the discrete data to load the Dip, azimuth, status and quality. The data can be plotted as tadpoles and uses statuses that can be edited and saved as sets that can be reused.

An example of a fully populated dip plot is below



The tracks shown on the plot include gamma ray, magnetic susceptibility, density, borehole azimuth and deviation, then the true color image and the false color monochrome image followed by the average which helps understand rock hardness. The last two tracks are the dips which are picked and the fracture frequency.

This is from an Optical Televiewer Example. The dips are added through a new menu button that you touch called add tadpole seen in the figure below.



The images are added using the "Add Image" and "Add Array" Buttons.

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