Geoscience ANALYST 4.0 allows you to compute drillholes’ deviation statistics. These include the mean, minimum, maximum, median, and standard deviation of the selected drillholes’ lift, swing, initial dip, and initial azimuth.

The selected drillholes can be filtered according to:

  1. 2D or 3D radius around a location: drillhole collars within the specified radius are selected.
  2. Initial orientation: drillholes whose initial orientation is within the specified value and tolerance are selected.
  3. Depth: statistics are computed below the specified depth for the selected drillholes.

The results can be copied to the clipboard for future reference and documentation. This information can be used when planning new drillholes with the Drillhole Designer in Geoscience ANALYST Pro.

Watch this recording for a demo, tips, and tricks.

Previous Geoscience ANALYST tips can be found under the Software tip category in our Resources page and in our Archives page.

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