The latest version 2021.04 of Isatis.neo interfaces with third-party software solutions even more and provides new helpful tools to ease and go further in using the software.
New image objects and formats
[All Editions] Save graphics in batch mode. You can do it through a new file object, the Chart File. A chart gathers several output graphics and/or tables. You may choose which individual components of the chart to display and save the resulting visual as an image file (in png, jpg, or svg format).
[All editions]Export variables of 2D grids or 3D grid sections to GeoTIFF imagesor data files or ArcGIS, NetCDF, or ZMapdata files.
More data exchange interfaces
[Standard and Mining editions]Save Isatis.neo variogram models in Surpacvariogram model format.
[Standard and Mining editions] Import Vulcan and Datamine sub-block and parent block models simultaneously and compute statistics from sub-block variables onto the parent grid.
Additional capabilities in variography
[All editions] Represent the number of pairs involved in the experimental variogram through a histogram or a curve.
[All editions] Use a new 3D angle manipulator to define the experimental variogram’s reference orientation finely.
[All editions] Lock the sill of each structure individually when fitting the variogram model interactively.
[All editions] Easily convert angles through the new Convention Conversion tool.
Extended usage of Python
[All editions] Use the wide range of algorithms of the Scikit-learn Python library formachine-learning tasks such as data classification, model fitting, data pre-processing, or model selection and evaluation.
The Early Access menu gives you access to functionalities, the interfaces of which are not optimized. It offers advanced users the opportunity to test them and give their feedback to orientate the latest developments.
Here are the functionalities that will be released in the next version and that you may already test:
[All Editions] ‘Extract Contacts’ for identifying, in the boreholes, the points at the contact between two zones. Zones are specified through a categorical variable that could define a lithology or a type of weathering. The contact points are saved in a new point file or as markers in the borehole file. When stored in a point file, the contact points can be used later on for creating surfaces.
[All Editions]‘ODBC Link’ for importing point data stored indatabases such as Microsoft Access, acQuire, MaxGeo Datashed, MSSQL, PostgreSQL.
[Standard and Mining Editions]‘Surpac Import” for the import of Surpac composite files.
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