As a company, we are committed to interoperability, because the barriers to it imposed by proprietary software vendors serve neither the interests of technology advancement nor the customers who just need to get things done. That is why we believe geoh5 is the future of data sharing in the minerals industry.

We developed geoh5 based on free and open-source HDF5 technology because of its many advantages: wide acceptance across numerous data-intensive industries, self-describing behaviour through integration of data and metadata, fast I/O, excellent compression, file merging, cross-platform capability, unlimited data size, and access to libraries in a variety of programming languages. It provides both professionals and researchers with a robust means of handling large quantities of diverse data. We simultaneously developed an open-source Python API to facilitate reading and writing the format as well as a free, powerful geoh5 reader called Geoscience ANALYST to display geoh5 file data in tables, charts, documents, maps, cross-sections, and 3D visualizations.

The geoh5 specification is a documented public, open, easy to use, vendor-neutral, and permanently accessible data exchange and storage format for the minerals industry. The content of geoh5 files is readable and writeable by third-party software using scientific programming environments such as HDFview, Python, MATLAB, Fortran, C, and C++. We provide the ability to use these codes directly from the Geoscience ANALYST interface, with the technical support, documentation, and training that will make them usable by industry as standard tools.

We believe in the power of knowledge, data, and technology integration to address geoscience and mining challenges.

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Software tips
August, 15 2022

Custom discrete colour scales

Geoscience INTEGRATOR allows you to build and display custom colour scales when making a scatter plot or...
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Software tips
November, 01 2021

Block model volume

In Geoscience ANALYST you can visualize your block model data by volume in the Visual Parameters panel... ..
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Software tips
August, 19 2019

Cloning import templates

In Geoscience INTEGRATOR, cloning an import template provides a ready-to-edit copy without having to build a new one from scratch...
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Software tips
August, 12 2019

Attaching files

In Geoscience ANALYST, you can attach files to Workspaces, Container Groups, and Objects...
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Software releases
December, 06 2019

Geoscience INTEGRATOR v3.2

New features were made in the web UI for better visualization of the mine model fusion data. Other features include…
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Software tips
March, 06 2020

Area-select in Viewport

In Geoscience ANALYST you can multi-select data in the Viewport to highlight them in the Data Table.
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Geoscience ANALYST
August, 28 2019

New geophysical tools in Geoscience ANALYST

Coming up later in 2019 is the launch of new geophysical tools. It includes a new interface for the industry-standard UBC-GIF forward modelling...
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Software tips
April, 01 2019

Operations on array properties

In GOCAD, this command, found in the Property menu, allows the user to perform various operations (scaling, DC shift...
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Software tips
July, 13 2022

Monitoring folders

Geoscience INTEGRATOR's monitoring folders can be used to automatically import files to a project to save time and streamline regular updates.
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Software tips
April, 03 2019

Bounding boxes in the viewer

Coloured bounding boxes are used to highlight volumes in the Viewport: A purple box surrounds your current selection...
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Software tips
July, 01 2021

Operations on multiple files

In Geoscience INTEGRATOR, you can carry out various operations on multiple files simultaneously...
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Software tips
May, 03 2021

Rock reclassification editor

In GOCAD Mining Suite, you can simplify logging codes for modelling projects and data management using the Rock reclassification editor...
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