Four key products from RockWare — RockWorks, LogPlot, RockWorks Utilities, and RockWare GIS Link — provide geologists and engineers with indispensible tools for visualizing their surface and sub-surface mining data. These programs offer maps, logs and cross-sections, surface and solid models, geological and statistical diagrams, and GIS connectivity.
RockWorks15 is the latest version of RockWare's flagship sub-surface data-visualization software. RockWorks has long been the standard in the petroleum, environmental, geotechnical and mining industries for subsurface data visualization because of popular tools such as maps, logs, cross sections, fence diagrams, solid models and volumetrics.
RockWorks offers numerous options for analyzing your subsurface data, and accepts many different data types, such as stratigraphy, lithology, quantitative data, color intervals, fracture data, and hydrology and aquifer data.
The latest RockWorks version has numerous new features, including an MDB borehole database, an interactive log designer and graphic editing tools.
LogPlot software has been used by geoscientists since 1983 to display their geotechnical, environmental, geophysical, mud/gas and mining data as a graphic boring log.
Compile the data into the design at any vertical scale for single-page, multi-page, or continuous logs. Distribute the free LogView program with your logs so your clients can view and print your LogPlot logs. Or, create HTML log pages or JPG, BMP, TIFF, PNG, WMF and EMF images.
LogPlot offers almost unlimited flexibility for log layout via its easy-to-use, built-in log designer. With a revamped point-and-click interface, LogPlot's log designer makes it easy to customize logs for different clients and projects.
Field data can be entered into LogPlot's data editor using the keyboard, copy/paste, data collection, and/or import tools (LAS, RockWorks, Excel, ASCII and DBF). Multiple libraries of soil and rock types are included with LogPlot, and you can easily customize them to suit your company's needs.
An indispensible collection of mine mapping, modeling, analysis and display geotools, RockWorks Utilities (which is included in the full RockWorks package) is also now available as a stand-alone program. It provides geologists and engineers with an excellent array of essential geotools, including:
The new RockWare GIS Link Version 2 allows you to generate mine cross-sections, profiles and fence diagrams using RockWare's ArcMap and RockWorks15 tools. In Version 2, we've added striplogs, contour maps (ground surface and structural elevations), and isopach maps.
You can import your RockWorks borehole locations as a layer in an ArcMap geodatabase, and the RockWare GIS Link toolbar installs into ArcMap.
Users can also create profiles and sections using the RockWorks engine and any of the following data types: striplogs, lithology, stratigraphy, interval (I)-data and point (P)-data. The point-snapping tool allows you to snap to the closest borehole or well location when choosing your section lines.
This software allows you to create 3D fence diagrams using the RockWorks engine and any of the following datasets: striplog, lithology, stratigraphy, I-data and P-data, or create line or color-filled contour maps of ground surface elevations or formation tops. The resulting map is displayed as a DXF layer in ArcMap.
Using RockWare GIS Link you can also create isopach maps of individual formations or adjacent stratigraphic layers, and 2D striplogs for individual borehole locations, with all available data options.