You can visualize your block model data by volume in the Visual Parameters panel. This rectangular prism-shaped volume displays data on its six external faces, allowing you to focus on specific areas of your model.

To visualize it, select Show volume and edit its U, V, and Z extents by adjusting and dragging the sliders.

This is especially useful when visualizing UBC-GIF models, where you can Load core volume settings to automatically detect and show only the model’s core volume. For a tutorial on how to clip sections and isovalues, check out this YouTube video.

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