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This webinar includes time-saving tips for making your workflow more efficient in Oasis montaj.

Topics include shortcut keys, adding free spatial data to your maps, creating 3D snapshots and animated videos, streamlining repetitive tasks using scripting, exporting 3D maps to a 3D PDF, collaborating with stakeholders around project data using the Geosoft Viewer, and creating custom menus to automate your workflows.

Presenter: Laura Quigley, Technical Analyst, Seequent

Laura received her Bachelor of Science degree in Geophysics from Memorial University in Newfoundland and Masters of Science in Geophysics from the University of Toronto. Her professional career started with Fugro Airborne Surveys, processing and interpreting airborne geophysics data. She then worked for a marine seismic company where she participated in a number of research cruises to Greenland. After completing her Masters degree in 2013, Laura moved to Australia where she worked for the University of Queensland on seismic projects for unconventional coal seam gas development, then moved to the Queensland University of Technology where she spent several years researching geodynamical processes through analogue modelling. Laura returned to Toronto, Canada in January 2020 to join Seequent as a Technical Analyst.


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[00:00:02.170]<v ->Hi everybody.</v>

[00:00:03.350]My name is Laura Quigley

[00:00:04.540]and I’m a technical analyst at Seequent.

[00:00:07.360]On behalf of Seequent

[00:00:08.250]I would like to welcome you to today’s webinar

[00:00:10.100]on Industry Best Practices for Working With Oasis Montaj.

[00:00:16.240]And here is an overview of today’s webinar.

[00:00:20.310]We’ll be covering time-saving topics,

[00:00:22.450]such as project default settings,

[00:00:24.610]and how to configure those to your liking.

[00:00:27.610]Shortcut keys you can use when working with your maps.

[00:00:31.370]Adding free spatial data to your maps.

[00:00:34.980]Creating 3D snapshots and animated videos.

[00:00:39.030]Exporting 3D maps to 3D PDFs.

[00:00:43.090]Streamlining repetitive tasks using scripting,

[00:00:45.610]so I’ll jump into databases to go over that,

[00:00:48.970]and then creating custom menus to automate your workflows.

[00:00:53.090]And then finally,

[00:00:53.930]I will point you to our Geosoft free viewer

[00:00:56.780]and mention the many benefits that this has

[00:00:58.740]when collaborating with stakeholders around project data.

[00:01:03.900]Whether you are a new user to Oasis Montaj

[00:01:06.260]or a seasoned pro, we have something for everybody.

[00:01:09.290]So let’s get started.

[00:01:15.483]Okay, so now I’m going to jump into our Oasis Montaj software,

[00:01:19.890]and I’m going to show you those things

[00:01:21.270]that I mentioned in my introduction.

[00:01:23.880]So, I hope you pick up some time-saving tips

[00:01:27.610]when I go through this

[00:01:28.640]and just different ways to streamline your workflow

[00:01:31.560]and learn some new things about Oasis Montaj.

[00:01:35.070]Okay, so I have a project open it’s called, Single Mag.

[00:01:38.010]So it’s a .GPF file.

[00:01:40.700]And I’m going to use this as an example project.

[00:01:43.780]So first of all,

[00:01:44.630]if you’d like to configure your project settings,

[00:01:47.270]so if you don’t like the default settings,

[00:01:48.950]you can change those.

[00:01:50.770]So under Settings, Global Settings,

[00:01:53.420]I’m going to look at the General Options first.

[00:01:57.120]So here you’re able to load some default menus.

[00:02:03.160]So you can select menus that you’ve created

[00:02:06.120]that are specific to your particular workflow.

[00:02:09.220]And I’ll go through that at the end of this webinar,

[00:02:11.500]how to create your own menus.

[00:02:14.420]Right now I just have the standard

[00:02:16.540]Oasis Montaj menus loaded,

[00:02:19.250]and then after Seek Data, I have the UXO menus loaded.

[00:02:26.210]So these are managed and I’ll also show you that

[00:02:29.580]under our Menu Manager.

[00:02:32.000]Also, you can pick a default color table.

[00:02:34.650]So if you click on this color bar here,

[00:02:37.840]you see we have a list of options.

[00:02:48.340]And under each category there’s even

[00:02:50.220]more color bars to choose from.

[00:02:52.400]So you can choose to set your default.

[00:02:57.090]Go to the next tab.

[00:02:59.810]Some other useful default settings would be

[00:03:02.060]your Grid Input and Output.

[00:03:03.510]So by default, we have a Geosoft.GRD grid file.

[00:03:08.670]If you’re working with a client, for example,

[00:03:10.440]who would like ER Mapper grids,

[00:03:13.340]you can set your default to any of these formats.

[00:03:16.700]So ER Mapper,

[00:03:18.500]and that way all your grids will be automatically

[00:03:20.450]output into that format.

[00:03:22.400]And this will save you time having to

[00:03:25.460]copy and convert them after you create them.

[00:03:30.150]Okay, so now I’m going to jump in and show you some

[00:03:33.070]advanced settings you can set.

[00:03:37.210]So under Settings, Global Settings, Advanced,

[00:03:41.890]so more options for defaults.

[00:03:44.250]I’m going to show you, first of all,

[00:03:47.210]we can set an auto save time.

[00:03:49.680]So if you often forget to save your project,

[00:03:53.180]this is a really good tool to have.

[00:03:56.140]So you can set this to however many minutes you would like.

[00:03:58.830]So if you’d like to be reminded

[00:04:00.420]to save your project every hour,

[00:04:02.200]you can just put 60 minutes, or every 15 minutes.

[00:04:06.320]So a little pop-up window will come up

[00:04:08.060]asking you if you’d like to save your project.

[00:04:10.100]So that’s a great way,

[00:04:12.400]if you’re someone who forgets to save your project often.

[00:04:19.710]Image settings in Advanced,

[00:04:25.210]we have the option to set your defaults,

[00:04:30.700]to display your grade upon creation.

[00:04:32.910]So generally when we run our greeting algorithms,

[00:04:37.000]a grid window pops up with our grid

[00:04:39.640]and often I just close this window

[00:04:43.500]and then transport my grid onto a map

[00:04:46.490]to view it and analyze it further.

[00:04:49.860]So some people like to turn this off

[00:04:51.320]so they don’t have that grid window pop up at all.

[00:04:54.120]And you just simply bring your map in,

[00:04:56.600]or your grid into a map, for example.

[00:05:00.960]Color Shaded Grids.

[00:05:02.110]You can set that to true if you’d like all your grids

[00:05:04.800]to be automatically color shaded.

[00:05:11.510]Within an Oasis Montaj project,

[00:05:13.160]we have the Project Explorer and under the Project Explorer

[00:05:16.840]we have every data item in our project.

[00:05:20.770]So this is databases, grids, maps, 3D views, et cetera.

[00:05:29.590]And I’m going to show you how to import data

[00:05:32.060]using your Project Explorer

[00:05:34.030]and also using your Windows Explorer.

[00:05:36.250]So, easy ways to get a database.

[00:05:39.650]You can right click on the database tab

[00:05:43.540]and simply import a database into your project

[00:05:46.720]or create a new database from your Project Explorer.

[00:05:50.060]And this goes for the other tabs here,

[00:05:52.010]such as Grids and Maps.

[00:05:54.120]So this might save you a bit of time

[00:05:55.470]as opposed to using the menus up top.

[00:05:59.930]Also drag and drop from Windows Explorer.

[00:06:02.920]So if I open my Windows Explorer,

[00:06:08.770]okay, so here’s my Windows Explorer.

[00:06:10.600]And if I’m interested in

[00:06:12.010]putting some more grids into my project,

[00:06:14.870]I can simply drag and drop.

[00:06:17.440]So this saves you time as well.

[00:06:21.630]The grid type, I can just swap my files by.

[00:06:25.490]I have all GRD grids.

[00:06:29.800]So for example, if I wanted to put let’s see,

[00:06:33.220]my MagNL, so magnet linear grid,

[00:06:37.230]into my project or any grid I can simply drag and drop.

[00:06:43.060]So that’s just added to your project

[00:06:44.530]and it’s a really quick and easy way to get

[00:06:46.110]data and grids into your projects.

[00:06:49.170]Similar for databases and maps.

[00:06:53.330]Okay, so now I’m going to look at a map.

[00:06:56.880]So I’ll open this Hawaiian map.

[00:06:58.240]So this is a magnetic survey in Hawaii.

[00:07:02.850]I have some various symbols, map surrounds

[00:07:08.410]and some grids on my map.

[00:07:10.890]So when you open a map,

[00:07:12.010]you get a map manager that shows you all the data

[00:07:14.420]that you have on your map and anything in the base view.

[00:07:18.290]So we have a data view and a base view,

[00:07:19.890]everything in your data view is geo-referenced.

[00:07:22.430]So that would be your grids.

[00:07:24.190]Any symbols you’ve put on your map,

[00:07:27.580]and coordinates, and anything in the base view

[00:07:31.160]is non geo-referenced.

[00:07:33.640]So map surround, scale bar, north arrow,

[00:07:36.260]and this is just scaled to the

[00:07:37.470]paper coordinates that you specify.

[00:07:40.600]So I’m going to show you how to drag and drop data

[00:07:43.850]from your Project Explorer onto your map.

[00:07:49.220]Highlight the grid you want and drag and drop it.

[00:07:54.250]So then this grid is now part of your map,

[00:07:58.170]and it’s now displayed as well on your map manager.

[00:08:01.710]And you can simply turn it off by deselecting it.

[00:08:10.502]And this is also true for databases.

[00:08:12.880]So I can drag and drop a database onto my map,

[00:08:15.940]and this would give me a location plot.

[00:08:18.720]So for example, if I had a Targets database,

[00:08:21.360]which is actually displayed here in the form of symbols,

[00:08:25.290]Pearson underscore targets,

[00:08:28.420]I can also just drag that onto my map.

[00:08:34.500]It’ll open the database,

[00:08:36.060]but it’ll also put the symbols on my map.

[00:08:38.350]So by default it’s a set of circles.

[00:08:42.180]Okay, so that’s just how to move data around

[00:08:45.330]and easily import data into Oasis Montaj.

[00:08:49.010]So grids and databases can be dragged onto maps.

[00:08:53.500]Databases, grids, maps or 3D views

[00:08:56.310]can be dragged from Windows Explorer

[00:08:58.430]into your Project Explorer.

[00:09:00.870]And also you can right click

[00:09:02.520]on the headings under Project Explorer

[00:09:04.680]to import various data.

[00:09:08.850]Finally, I’ll just talk a bit

[00:09:09.800]about the Project Explorer and the map manager.

[00:09:11.930]So you have the option to unpin them.

[00:09:13.740]That means they’re auto hidden,

[00:09:16.010]and when your cursor goes over them, they open.

[00:09:20.084]So that’s just one way you can work with your data

[00:09:22.900]or you can choose to leave them pinned.

[00:09:29.100]The Project Explorer, you can undock it.

[00:09:33.000]It can be moved.

[00:09:34.720]If you have a second monitor, this is really handy.

[00:09:36.870]It just gives you a bit more room on your main screen.

[00:09:40.540]And if you want to re-dock it,

[00:09:41.870]you can click on the Project Explorer as I’ve done here,

[00:09:45.030]and a button should appear in the center.

[00:09:47.760]So this is true for any window

[00:09:49.280]that you’ve undocked from your project.

[00:09:52.040]If you hover over this center button,

[00:09:53.780]you’ll be able to dock your window again.

[00:10:01.870]So now I’m going to show you

[00:10:03.110]just one more thing with our maps that’s really handy.

[00:10:06.860]So we can add Bing imagery.

[00:10:08.200]So this is aerial imagery from Bing Maps.

[00:10:11.910]So I just have one loaded here.

[00:10:14.860]I’m just going to turn off some symbols.

[00:10:20.770]So this is done using our Seek tool.

[00:10:23.890]So, Seek Data.

[00:10:25.290]We have Add Bing Imagery.

[00:10:28.210]So if you click on this,

[00:10:30.920]you can select from aerial, road or hybrid,

[00:10:33.770]which is aerial and road.

[00:10:35.960]So this is satellite imagery

[00:10:38.750]and it’s provided through Bing Maps

[00:10:42.530]and it’s a great way just to look at where your data is,

[00:10:46.100]for example, and maybe do some interpretation.

[00:10:49.500]So if you see structure in the site,

[00:10:51.500]so this is offshore Hawaii.

[00:10:54.010]This is a dock and some other manmade structures.

[00:10:58.000]And also you do need some good

[00:10:59.860]internet connection to use this tool.

[00:11:04.610]It does not export with our final maps,

[00:11:06.900]but it’s good just to look at for interpretation purposes.

[00:11:11.840]Another tool we have is called Seeker.

[00:11:22.730]So this is a tool that hosts publicly available

[00:11:26.640]geoscience data from various government agencies

[00:11:30.010]that you can use on your maps.

[00:11:31.350]It’s available for download.

[00:11:33.620]So initially a window opens

[00:11:35.050]and it will zoom into your area of interest.

[00:11:38.260]So we’re offshore Hawaii.

[00:11:40.130]I’m going to zoom out a little bit just using my mouse.

[00:11:44.900]So this is one easy way to locate

[00:11:46.830]where your survey is in the world as well.

[00:11:51.340]And to use our secret tool

[00:11:52.820]you also need a good internet connection.

[00:11:58.040]Okay, so I’ll just zoom out a little bit more

[00:12:00.790]and you can start to see that

[00:12:02.500]we are over, or offshore Hawaii.

[00:12:07.092]If you want to see a global view,

[00:12:08.330]you can click on this globe icon.

[00:12:11.900]So this will give you a view of the whole world.

[00:12:15.370]And then you can draw a box around an area of interest.

[00:12:17.940]So say for example,

[00:12:19.120]you were interested in getting some data in Canada.

[00:12:21.730]You could draw a box here,

[00:12:24.760]and then you’d be able to locate

[00:12:27.880]data available in this area.

[00:12:30.380]You simply click on Results

[00:12:32.090]once you have your area of interest drawn,

[00:12:36.250]and you’ll be able to see a list of publicly available data.

[00:12:39.990]So this tool works good over land.

[00:12:42.720]So that’s why I’ll stick with this example here for now.

[00:12:46.690]And we have four main DAP servers.

[00:12:48.810]We have a Canadian Geoscience Data,

[00:12:52.810]Geological Survey of Botswana,

[00:12:55.210]our Geosoft Public DAP server,

[00:12:57.410]and a Queensland Geoscience Data server.

[00:13:00.770]So these agencies, like I said, have worked with us,

[00:13:02.700]they’ve purchased DAP servers so they can

[00:13:04.400]host their geoscience data publicly.

[00:13:08.660]Our geoscience public DAP server,

[00:13:10.590]we download some common data types, commonly used as SRTM.

[00:13:15.290]So this is topography for the whole world.

[00:13:17.990]SRTM is, Satellite Radar Topography Mission,

[00:13:20.470]so this is a NASA mission.

[00:13:22.950]And we have topography up to 30 meters resolution.

[00:13:27.070]So if you’d like to see that you just simply

[00:13:29.220]click on the SRTM.

[00:13:36.500]And there are various other data types available,

[00:13:39.010]such as Gravity, Magnetics.

[00:13:41.170]Any server that has a plus sign next to it

[00:13:44.520]indicates that there’s data available for that area.

[00:13:48.180]And when you have your file selected that you’d like,

[00:13:50.550]for example, if I’d like to keep my topography,

[00:13:52.550]I can download it.

[00:13:56.080]And to get back to my region of interest,

[00:13:58.370]I can go back to Search and then I can use this icon here,

[00:14:02.830]which is “Update Area of Interest From Current Map Extents.”

[00:14:11.580]Okay, so now I’m back in my survey area

[00:14:13.530]which is offshore Hawaii.

[00:14:16.810]Also, you can enter Lat and Long here

[00:14:18.870]to get regions of interest and enter key in search words.

[00:14:23.180]So this is a great tool to download

[00:14:25.100]publicly available geoscience data.

[00:14:30.120]Next, I want to show you,

[00:14:32.440]I’m using this map, some shortcut keys.

[00:14:36.320]So we’re able to zoom into an area on a map

[00:14:39.030]simply by clicking on the B button on our keyboard.

[00:14:41.950]This allows us to draw a box.

[00:14:44.980]And then you can move the box around

[00:14:46.850]and click on an area of interest.

[00:14:50.550]And then to go back to your full extents,

[00:14:52.460]you can simply click on F.

[00:14:57.000]Okay, so another way to zoom in and out of your map

[00:14:59.550]is just simply using the roller bar on your mouse.

[00:15:03.690]So rolling towards you to zoom in

[00:15:05.860]and away from you to zoom out.

[00:15:09.510]If I zoom into a particular area, and then zoom in again,

[00:15:15.770]and I’m interested in my last view,

[00:15:17.920]I can simply click L.

[00:15:21.860]Another shortcut key we have is X.

[00:15:24.160]So X will zoom you 50% out and Z,

[00:15:27.720]Z will zoom you 50% in.


[00:15:34.493]So, all those shortcut keys we have on a reference card.

[00:15:36.968]So it’s an Oasis Montaj Reference Card PDF document

[00:15:40.500]and I can send that to everybody.

[00:15:42.130]So if you want to print it or post it nearby

[00:15:44.030]in case you forget any of these keys today,

[00:15:45.960]you can have it at hand.

[00:15:48.980]Okay, so next, I’m going to talk about a snapshot tool

[00:15:53.050]and how we can take snapshots of our map.

[00:15:56.120]This comes in handy when trying to point out

[00:15:57.770]a feature of interest, for example.

[00:16:00.200]I was trying to talk about this feature here,

[00:16:02.550]this dipole, potential dipole here.

[00:16:05.400]I could hover over the feature

[00:16:08.250]and see the coordinates in the bottom right corner.

[00:16:11.180]And then I can write these coordinates down.

[00:16:13.490]However, this is a bit tedious and time consuming.

[00:16:16.740]Another thing I could do is simply

[00:16:18.850]hover over that feature and hit enter.

[00:16:21.750]And then I have the coordinates in a window here,

[00:16:24.160]so I could copy and paste those into a document if need be.

[00:16:28.710]Even better is to take a snapshot of an image.

[00:16:31.730]So, if I zoom into this feature here,

[00:16:37.730]I can simply create a snapshot.

[00:16:39.920]So snapshot will be a picture of what I have on my screen.

[00:16:43.930]So I right click on my map and select Create Snapshot.

[00:16:48.110]And I will just call this P1, just Point 1. Okay?

[00:16:54.057]And now, if I right click on my map and select Snapshots,

[00:17:00.200]I can see it’s located here.

[00:17:04.340]So this is a great way to point someone

[00:17:06.310]to a particular feature or to bookmark something

[00:17:08.870]you’d like to go back to later.

[00:17:13.070]You can manage your snapshots as well by right clicking.

[00:17:16.520]So I can edit, I can delete or rename

[00:17:19.140]old snapshots that I’ve created.

[00:17:23.750]And snapshots come with your map file.

[00:17:25.710]So if you send anyone a map file,

[00:17:28.040]any snapshot you created will be available to them.

[00:17:32.070]So this is a good time also to point out about packing maps.

[00:17:35.890]So when you send someone a map file,

[00:17:38.670]you can right click on that map file first

[00:17:40.970]and select Pack Map Files.

[00:17:44.220]So this ensures all the grid files go along with the map.

[00:17:48.670]So this saves you a lot of time and space,

[00:17:51.130]as opposed to sending someone

[00:17:52.440]just the map file without packing it,

[00:17:54.950]and then having to send them the grids

[00:17:56.550]associated with that map.

[00:17:58.870]So if you remember to pack your map file

[00:18:00.470]this’ll save you time and space.

[00:18:07.300]Okay, I’m going to show you our Auto Recolor tool.

[00:18:11.610]So this tool here.

[00:18:14.730]It will recolor my map according to

[00:18:17.800]the extents of data shown on my screen.

[00:18:21.150]So right now you will not notice a difference

[00:18:23.070]if it’s on or off as the full data extents

[00:18:25.960]are shown on the screen and therefore

[00:18:27.900]the color bar spans those full data extents.

[00:18:32.490]So I have it turned off at the moment

[00:18:34.460]and I will zoom into a particular area of my map.

[00:18:38.190]It’s relatively homogeneous in color.

[00:18:41.110]If I want to see more detail, I can hit Auto Recolor.

[00:18:46.350]Okay, so this uses the full range of the color bar

[00:18:48.740]for just the data on the screen

[00:18:50.810]and it’s a great way to see more detail.

[00:18:56.664]Okay, so next I want to talk about 3D views.

[00:19:02.780]So 3D views are a great way to visualize your data.

[00:19:06.830]You can use grids, symbols, voxels,

[00:19:11.550]anything you want to visualize in 3D,

[00:19:13.060]you can do here as well as slices.

[00:19:14.887]So it’s a great way to visualize all your data.

[00:19:19.870]And I’m simply just moving this

[00:19:21.110]by clicking on my mouse and spinning.

[00:19:24.350]So I have displayed here an analytical signal grid,

[00:19:27.090]which is a magnetics grid and these black Xs on top

[00:19:30.360]represent target locations.

[00:19:32.980]And beneath on the Z-axis

[00:19:34.410]I’ve plotted my targets as

[00:19:36.940]the magnitude of their analytical signal.

[00:19:40.340]Okay, so I just wanted to see the strength of each target

[00:19:43.050]plotted on my Z-axes.

[00:19:45.600]And I’ve used just a color symbol plot.

[00:19:49.440]I’m going to show you, first of all,

[00:19:50.700]how to export a 3D view as a 3D PDF.

[00:19:55.050]So we simply click Export 3D PDF.

[00:19:59.600]And then I can give my map a name.

[00:20:01.600]So, UXO Target Depths. It’s a PDF file.

[00:20:06.310]And if I want to change the resolution, I can do so here.

[00:20:09.690]So I’m going to click Okay.

[00:20:10.867]And I’ll overwrite the previous image just to show you.

[00:20:19.300]Okay, so now we have a 3D PDF, which is also interactive.

[00:20:27.300]Okay, so this can be included with reports

[00:20:30.050]and you can change the resolution.


[00:20:42.453]And I want to talk a bit about snapshots.

[00:20:44.890]So like we did it with our 2D maps

[00:20:46.880]we can create snapshots of 3D maps.

[00:20:49.820]And then from those snapshots,

[00:20:50.960]we can create movies through animation.

[00:20:53.960]So this is a great tool if you want to track

[00:20:56.475]any time bearing changes in a model for example.

[00:21:01.020]I will show you an example here

[00:21:02.290]where I just spin my model and then record it as a movie.

[00:21:07.260]Okay, so if I right click on my 3D view,

[00:21:10.950]I can say, Create Snapshot,

[00:21:12.890]similar to what I did for my 2D map.

[00:21:16.860]So I can call this shot Point 1.

[00:21:25.090]Okay, and then I will spin it to another view,

[00:21:28.710]right click Create Snapshot,

[00:21:32.887]and we’ll call that shot Point 2.

[00:21:37.947]And I’ll create just two more.

[00:21:48.390]And finally of this view.


[00:22:00.250]So now if I right click, I can manage my snapshots here.

[00:22:13.989]And I can see a list of my snapshots here.

[00:22:17.560]Okay, so then if I click on Create Animation.

[00:22:25.130]Okay, so next I add a snapshot

[00:22:27.730]by clicking on this camera icon.

[00:22:31.540]So it automatically adds my snapshots

[00:22:33.540]as they were listed in my snapshot menu.

[00:22:38.660]So I will add four snapshots I just created.

[00:22:44.220]So you have the option to change your transition

[00:22:46.460]of how the video will transition between snapshots.

[00:22:50.150]So, I will test out the Zoom,

[00:22:53.650]and Spin, maybe Pause,

[00:22:57.380]and I’ll leave the last one as Direct.

[00:23:00.240]So you can also change the duration of time

[00:23:03.130]each snapshot is seen on the screen.


[00:23:07.747]And then finally, if I click Export to Movie,

[00:23:12.070]and I can give this movie a title,

[00:23:16.140]so I’ll call it Spinning Targets.

[00:23:22.960]And then if you click on this button here,

[00:23:25.190]you can see the different formats.

[00:23:27.230]So we have WMV and MP4.

[00:23:30.580]I’ll just select WMV for now.

[00:23:36.670]And select Save.

[00:23:38.740]And I’m going to reduce the resolution just slightly

[00:23:41.060]for the purpose of this demonstration,

[00:23:43.132]just to speed it up.

[00:23:45.950]And I click Okay.

[00:24:27.280]Okay. And that’s how we create movies.

[00:24:36.270]Okay. So now I’m going to look at databases.

[00:24:39.100]So, I’ll open my Single Magnetics database.

[00:24:42.800]And, as you see, I have four channels or columns displayed.

[00:24:46.110]So I have X, Y, Mag and Altitude.

[00:24:48.930]Within our databases we have a master cell in the top left.

[00:24:52.100]So if you right click on that and select List,

[00:24:55.530]you’ll be able to see all the lines in your database.

[00:24:58.210]And the check mark simply means those lines are selected.

[00:25:01.420]So if you run a process any selected line will,

[00:25:05.610]you’ll run that process on the selected lines.

[00:25:09.690]So we have profile windows.

[00:25:12.190]We can have a maximum of five profile windows.

[00:25:14.280]Here I have four displayed with X, Y, Mag and Altitude.

[00:25:19.010]And in each profile window, you can have up to 32 profiles.

[00:25:22.410]So 32 channels displayed in each window.

[00:25:26.550]So I also want to talk about the extents and why?

[00:25:29.890]So if you’d like to change these values,

[00:25:32.200]you simply just click on the value

[00:25:34.640]and then enter the new value.

[00:25:36.980]So I’d like my minimum to be zero

[00:25:38.670]and my maximum to be eight for this profile.

[00:25:42.030]So this is my altimeter.

[00:25:43.690]I know that the average height was about four meters.

[00:25:46.740]So I’d like to see that line roughly in the center.

[00:25:50.110]And then to set that scale,

[00:25:51.110]you simply right click on the profile window,

[00:25:53.420]select Y-axis Options and you select

[00:25:57.300]Same axis scale for all lines.

[00:26:02.020]So this means when I scroll through all my data,

[00:26:04.660]those Y extents will stay.

[00:26:09.720]Okay, so another neat tool in Oasis

[00:26:12.320]is we can save our database views.

[00:26:15.660]So under database, I can save Working View.

[00:26:20.680]So by saving this file,

[00:26:22.250]I’m able to open it next time I open my database

[00:26:26.130]and I should see exactly what’s on my screen when I save it.

[00:26:29.900]So this way you don’t have to go back in

[00:26:31.480]and redisplay all the profiles of interest each day.

[00:26:35.210]Also it’ll keep your extents in your Y-axis

[00:26:38.260]and all the properties, such as color, that you’ve set.

[00:26:43.330]So you just type in

[00:26:44.380]whatever you’d like to call your profile,

[00:26:46.460]maybe Initial QC View, for example,

[00:26:50.640]and then the next day, or later on that day,

[00:26:52.970]if you come back and you can open your Working View,

[00:26:57.530]so you just select Get Saved View.

[00:27:01.196]And I’ve saved a view, and I just called it Profiles.

[00:27:03.530]So it’s a .DBview file.

[00:27:08.180]Okay. So this is the view I had saved earlier.

[00:27:11.770]Also, I wanted to show you how to

[00:27:13.610]move columns around in your database.

[00:27:17.880]We cannot simply just drag and drop

[00:27:20.080]from one column to another.

[00:27:22.860]The best way to move and rearrange your database

[00:27:25.620]is to right click on the column title

[00:27:29.100]and hide the channel.

[00:27:31.520]So you want Hide Column.

[00:27:34.000]And then if you right click on an empty cell

[00:27:37.170]and you can select List.

[00:27:40.420]So this list shows you all the

[00:27:42.020]hidden columns within your database.

[00:27:44.600]So I have many columns, many channels,

[00:27:46.920]and just a couple displayed here.

[00:27:49.330]So then I can select Y.

[00:27:51.490]So now I’ve moved my Y channel over here,

[00:27:54.450]and then I simply go back and

[00:27:56.170]delete this column or hide this column.

[00:28:00.210]Okay. So that’s how we can move channels.

[00:28:04.320]And if I want to move that back,

[00:28:06.770]I can just simply insert a column, hide this channel,

[00:28:11.890]so instead of right clicking I’m saying, Hide Column,

[00:28:14.320]I can also single click on the column title

[00:28:17.510]and hit space bar, come over here and select List,

[00:28:23.220]and then insert that column.

[00:28:28.400]So now I’m going to show you a bit about scripting.

[00:28:31.680]So scripting is a great way to automate repetitive tasks.

[00:28:36.690]It’ll save you a lot of time,

[00:28:38.100]and it’s an easy way to process a lot of data quickly.

[00:28:44.010]So a script is simply an ASCII file,

[00:28:47.030]and we can edit that ASCII file.

[00:28:49.130]And I’m going to show you that.

[00:28:50.120]So, today I’m going to show you a script

[00:28:53.860]that creates a distance channel.

[00:28:56.080]And then from that distance channel,

[00:28:57.430]we’re going to use our channel math tool

[00:28:59.920]to create a sample separation channel.

[00:29:02.840]So sample separation is a good way to

[00:29:05.330]QC or survey speed, for example.

[00:29:08.170]So this might be a task you want to do every day.

[00:29:10.780]And instead of taking several minutes or more to set it up,

[00:29:14.160]you can simply just record it once

[00:29:17.010]and then run that script every day

[00:29:18.940]and it should take no more than a few seconds.

[00:29:23.520]Okay, so to record a script, you use this red arrow here,

[00:29:27.080]and then to play back a script, you use the green arrow.

[00:29:30.320]So once you’re recording a script,

[00:29:31.620]this square here will turn red

[00:29:33.030]so you know you’re recording and that’s also your stop.

[00:29:36.480]Okay? So I’ll begin by hitting record.

[00:29:40.360]And I will give script a name and I will call it Distance.

[00:29:47.820]Okay, now everything I do from this point

[00:29:49.810]should be recorded.

[00:29:52.230]So first of all, I can calculate a distance channel.

[00:29:54.770]So under Database Tools, Channel Tools,

[00:29:59.310]and Make Distance Channel.

[00:30:02.120]So this tool recognizes the X and Y in your database

[00:30:06.580]also indicated by the small X and Y

[00:30:08.630]in the corner of the channel title.

[00:30:11.660]And it creates an output channel called Distance.

[00:30:14.760]So I click, Okay.

[00:30:16.110]And then I have my new channel.

[00:30:17.950]This is the distance she sample is

[00:30:19.730]from the beginning of the line.

[00:30:21.210]So as you see, it increases as we move down the line.

[00:30:24.930]Okay, next I’m going to use Channel Math

[00:30:26.600]to calculate the separation between each sample point.

[00:30:31.220]So also under our database tools, I use Channel Math,

[00:30:35.770]and I’m going to use one of our common expressions.

[00:30:37.870]So we have a list here of common tasks

[00:30:40.140]to help get you started.

[00:30:41.600]So, I’m going to use the Subtract 2 Channels,

[00:30:47.490]and our C0 will be our new channel.

[00:30:50.030]So this is something you create,

[00:30:52.110]and I will call it Sample Spacing.

[00:30:57.620]And then C1 and C2 you can choose

[00:30:59.900]from your list of channels.

[00:31:02.350]And for this expression, I only need my Distance Channel.

[00:31:05.720]So I’m going to replace that two with a one.

[00:31:07.737]And as you see this updates here,

[00:31:11.170]and then I search for my distance channel.

[00:31:14.550]So I want my sample separation to equal my distance

[00:31:17.900]minus the distance in the previous cell.

[00:31:21.440]And to do that, I will use our offset operator.

[00:31:24.100]So here we have a list of common operators,

[00:31:27.870]use the Offset function and choose Offset.

[00:31:32.840]So this returns a value of the channel

[00:31:34.920]offset by the specified number of fiducials

[00:31:37.200]in the current line.

[00:31:39.230]Okay, so I select that,

[00:31:41.230]and to specify the distance in the previous channel

[00:31:44.800]I will simply enter -1,

[00:31:48.170]and then put brackets around this entire expression.

[00:31:54.290]And then I can click Apply, and Close.

[00:32:00.050]Okay, so I just used channel math

[00:32:01.410]to calculate the separation between each sample,

[00:32:05.120]and I will stop the script now,

[00:32:06.470]so I’ll press this stop button.

[00:32:11.050]Okay, so now I want to play back my script

[00:32:14.380]just to see if it worked.

[00:32:15.360]So I’m going to begin by deleting the channels

[00:32:17.360]I created in my script.

[00:32:25.743]Okay. And now I’m going to hit Run.

[00:32:29.110]And search for the script I just created,

[00:32:31.060]which is a .GS file and click Okay.

[00:32:40.780]And it created the two new channels.

[00:32:44.100]So everything looks good and seems to be working well.

[00:32:46.910]What could normally take you minutes,

[00:32:50.070]and if you want it to continue to build your script,

[00:32:51.980]sometimes tasks that could take you hours

[00:32:54.000]could just take you a few seconds by building these scripts.

[00:32:57.360]So I’m going to edit the script just to go through

[00:32:59.290]a few points within the script.

[00:33:02.310]So in my Windows Explorer and my Project Directory,

[00:33:06.800]I can search for the GX or the GS file

[00:33:09.850]and edit it in Notepad++, that’s my editor of choice.

[00:33:17.430]Okay. And I’ll just run through some basics of this script.

[00:33:20.970]So the first three lines we can delete.

[00:33:23.720]The comment line is indicated by the forward slash,

[00:33:27.610]but just to clean things up,

[00:33:29.220]we can delete these lines.

[00:33:30.650]So this is just a log telling you when the script began.

[00:33:34.970]And it’s just not necessary to run.

[00:33:38.390]And then I generally like to give comments

[00:33:40.950]on what each set of tasks is doing.

[00:33:45.490]Like I said,

[00:33:46.323]the comment is indicated by this forward slash

[00:33:48.290]so anything with a forward slash in front of it

[00:33:50.070]won’t be part of the actual running of the script.

[00:33:53.720]So, first of all, I’ll just delete this bottom log comment.

[00:33:58.780]And so basically our scripts involve three types of lines.

[00:34:03.160]So we have a current line, a SETINI and a GX.

[00:34:08.970]The GX is the tool that was used

[00:34:11.730]and the settings, or SETINI lines prior to that,

[00:34:14.580]are the settings you used in that tool.

[00:34:18.000]Also, these current lines

[00:34:19.780]can either be commented out or deleted.

[00:34:23.130]So that means I can use this script on any database I open.

[00:34:27.870]So I’m going to delete my current lines.

[00:34:34.630]So the first part of our script,

[00:34:35.890]we used the GX Database.DistanceChannel,

[00:34:39.490]so that’s where we calculated the distance channel,

[00:34:42.340]and you see our inputs here.

[00:34:44.820]So I’ll make a comment in my script, just so I know,

[00:34:48.340]or if someone else wants to use it,

[00:34:50.220]exactly what this particular section does.

[00:34:58.510]And so that section ends after the GX.

[00:35:02.960]The second part of my script, we used channel math.

[00:35:06.550]So this math expression builder is our GX

[00:35:10.030]and the settings are listed here in the SETINI line.

[00:35:13.870]So to comment this, I will say, Calculate sample spacing.

[00:35:22.410]So these are the basics of a script,

[00:35:24.440]and I’ll just save this.

[00:35:28.090]So now it’s easy to use and easy to understand,

[00:35:31.690]and you can add multiple tasks to this.

[00:35:43.288]Okay, so now I’m going to show you how to

[00:35:44.950]despike your magnetic data.

[00:35:46.660]And I’m going to show you two ways.

[00:35:48.670]And I feel like the second way,

[00:35:50.180]the channel math tool is a bit quicker.

[00:35:51.920]So hopefully that’ll save you some time,

[00:35:54.060]and you can choose whatever way you’d like.

[00:35:56.360]So our Mag data is protected.

[00:35:59.040]Anything I do
(alert chimes)

[00:36:00.230]such as try and delete a cell,

[00:36:02.820]I’m not able to edit this channel at all,

[00:36:05.360]same with our altimeter data.

[00:36:07.270]So that’s good ’cause this is our raw data.

[00:36:09.440]So in order to work on my magnetics channel

[00:36:12.590]in my database and in my profile view, I must create a copy.

[00:36:16.900]So I’ll create a new channel called Mag_copy, for example.

[00:36:22.460]And then I click Enter twice.

[00:36:24.960]And then I want to populate this new channel

[00:36:27.570]with the value of mag.

[00:36:30.610]So you have to actually click on the cell three times.

[00:36:33.490]So I’ll just show you that again.

[00:36:34.500]If you click once you just select the title,

[00:36:37.940]if you click twice, you select just that line.

[00:36:40.600]And if you click three times,

[00:36:42.560]you select all lines in your database.

[00:36:45.220]And then by pressing equals,

[00:36:47.350]I can look down in the bottom left and I see a formula

[00:36:50.820]and I’m going to type in mag.

[00:36:52.210]So I want this channel to equal my Mag channel.

[00:36:56.160]Okay, so now I can despike my data from my database,

[00:37:00.650]looking at my profile views.

[00:37:02.850]So I will go to a line with a spike.

[00:37:06.760]Okay. And I’m going to zoom in on this, it’s magnetics value.

[00:37:12.230]And if I highlight it in my profile or in my database,

[00:37:17.230]I can see exactly the values.

[00:37:19.590]So this is definitely a spike.

[00:37:21.350]It’s much lower than the average of say

[00:37:23.350]35,000 from my magnetics.

[00:37:26.350]So the way to delete that is simply hit the space bar.

[00:37:31.240]And I like to take one or two points

[00:37:33.370]on either side of the spike.

[00:37:37.260]So now I’m going to display this channel as well

[00:37:39.590]in my magnetics profile window.

[00:37:43.448]So I just can click on Show Profile,

[00:37:46.590]and just to make sure, mine should be set.

[00:37:51.390]You want to make sure you have same scale

[00:37:53.530]for all profiles selected when you’re working on

[00:37:55.930]the same type of data in the same profile window.

[00:38:00.240]Okay. So as we can see that got rid of that spike.

[00:38:03.280]And you can go through and do this

[00:38:04.970]for all lines in your database.

[00:38:08.460]You can just manually despite your data,

[00:38:11.770]and then under Database Tools,

[00:38:15.900]we can use an interpolation

[00:38:17.140]to interpolate over those values.

[00:38:19.650]So under Channel Tools, Interpolate.

[00:38:23.860]Okay, So that’s one way to despike your data.

[00:38:26.420]The second way I’m going to show you

[00:38:27.760]is I’m going to use channel math

[00:38:31.600]and I’m going to use a conditional statement.

[00:38:33.950]So I’ll just move that up and clear that.

[00:38:38.230]So from our dropdown menu,

[00:38:39.430]I’m going to use the True/False statement.

[00:38:41.910]So this conditional statement reads that your new channel

[00:38:44.530]is going to equal their input channel.

[00:38:48.900]If it’s greater, less than or equal to

[00:38:50.530]a certain value, you give it.

[00:38:52.170]It’ll keep the value of that channel.

[00:38:54.580]If not, it’ll put a dummy in that cell.

[00:38:58.140]Okay, so I know most of my magnetics

[00:38:59.880]is about 35,000 nanoteslas.

[00:39:02.580]So I’m first of all going to create a new channel

[00:39:05.150]called Mag despiked.

[00:39:09.110]And then my input is going to be just simply mag.

[00:39:12.950]I’m able to work on that channel.

[00:39:15.700]So I’m going to say if my magnetics value

[00:39:19.120]is greater than 35,000, keep that value.

[00:39:24.280]Otherwise put a dummy there.

[00:39:27.400]and this should do something similar

[00:39:28.920]to what I did with my manual deleting,

[00:39:32.250]but this will be done for all lines right away.

[00:39:36.340]And I click, Okay.

[00:39:39.820]So here’s my new channel

[00:39:41.540]and I can display that in a profile as well.

[00:39:45.630]And I’m just going to change the color.

[00:39:49.600]So it’s a bit more visible.

[00:39:53.600]And I will zoom into this spike just to see how that worked.

[00:39:58.660]So as you see that it did remove the spike.

[00:40:02.010]So that’s a great channel math tool to use

[00:40:05.010]for despiking data on all your lines.

[00:40:08.450]And you can do the same for your altimeter data.

[00:40:10.820]So if you know anything above say

[00:40:13.740]eight meters or six meters is going to be a spike,

[00:40:17.030]you can simply set your conditional statement

[00:40:19.320]to delete anything above or below a given value.

[00:40:25.770]Then we can go into interpolate,

[00:40:27.840]well, everything we just deleted.

[00:40:30.600]So under Database Tools, Channel Tools, Interpolate.

[00:40:35.160]So I’m going to interpolate my mag despike channel,

[00:40:38.760]and I’m going to output the same name.

[00:40:41.770]So this will just be my magnetics without spikes,

[00:40:45.220]and I’m going to use a linear interpolation.

[00:40:50.240]So now I should have my magnetics that is interpolated

[00:40:54.980]across these discontinuities here.

[00:40:59.550]That’s a great way to despike all your lines.

[00:41:03.070]And of course,

[00:41:03.903]it’s always a good idea to go in and check

[00:41:05.400]how your tool or your process worked.

[00:41:14.900]So next, I’m going to talk about creating your own

[00:41:16.920]custom menu in Oasis Montaj.

[00:41:20.070]So this is very similar to scripting.

[00:41:22.250]We can use a text editor to write a file,

[00:41:25.060]and then it’ll appear as a menu when we load it,

[00:41:28.210]on top here with the rest of the menus.

[00:41:31.180]So this is a good tool if you want to customize

[00:41:33.240]your own workflow, for example.

[00:41:35.190]So we have workflows here available within the UXO Marine

[00:41:39.160]and they just follow a logical path of

[00:41:41.590]how you would process UXO Marine data, for example.

[00:41:45.190]So if you have a path or a particular workflow

[00:41:47.570]that you’d like to follow,

[00:41:48.460]and you’d like to create a menu

[00:41:50.240]to help organize and streamline your workflow,

[00:41:53.460]I’m going to show you how to do that.

[00:41:55.890]So menu file just has a .OMN extension,

[00:41:59.800]and I’ll show you the menu files we have

[00:42:01.920]within Oasis Montaj.

[00:42:04.300]So in your Program Files,

[00:42:07.360]you should have a Geosoft directory.

[00:42:10.690]Desktop Applications, and then an OMN folder.

[00:42:16.200]So in here is all the OMN and SMN,

[00:42:20.190]which are submenu files that are within Oasis Montaj.

[00:42:25.590]So I don’t recommend editing any of these

[00:42:27.630]as the program will not run properly.

[00:42:31.240]And I won’t go into creating SMN files today,

[00:42:34.580]but they’re very similar, in fact identical,

[00:42:36.860]to the structure of OMN files.

[00:42:42.050]So today we’ll focus on OMN just to create your own menu.

[00:42:46.790]So if I right click and click Edit, I can just take a look.

[00:42:51.110]So there’s a menu, and then there’s an item.

[00:42:54.850]So that’s the basis of menu files.

[00:42:57.450]So this is a relatively short one.

[00:43:00.550]The menu is just the word that will appear

[00:43:02.510]in the menu itself on the top.

[00:43:08.230]And the item is going to be in the dropdown menu.

[00:43:11.150]So this, anything in quotation marks

[00:43:13.250]is the text that will appear.

[00:43:16.040]And then this is the GX used to call that item.

[00:43:22.960]I’ve started creating my own .OMN file

[00:43:26.430]and similar to the structure I just showed you,

[00:43:29.440]we have a menu line.

[00:43:30.800]So this is what will appear in my menu,

[00:43:34.540]and then item lines, and a separator.

[00:43:38.550]So the separator is essentially just a blank line

[00:43:41.300]in your script or in your menu script.

[00:43:46.450]I have put in two processes.

[00:43:48.240]So I’d like to do an unlinear filter,

[00:43:50.630]followed by minimum curvature gridding,

[00:43:53.670]and anything in quotation marks

[00:43:55.710]will appear as text in my menu.

[00:43:57.670]So far, I have two items.

[00:44:00.730]Actually, I have three items

[00:44:01.770]’cause I’ve included my script down here.

[00:44:05.150]So you can use scripts or GXs.

[00:44:08.780]So GX is the application file that it’s similar to a script

[00:44:13.770]that has been created to run certain processes

[00:44:16.710]in Oasis Montaj.

[00:44:18.560]So for example, if I wanted to run a nonlinear filter,

[00:44:21.560]the GX file associated with that is nlfilt,

[00:44:25.310]and minimum curvature, rangrid.gx.

[00:44:29.760]So, if you want to know what GX

[00:44:31.690]is associated with your process that you’d like to run,

[00:44:34.490]you can open Oasis, choose anything from a dropdown menu.

[00:44:39.120]So if I wanted to say Minimum Curvature,

[00:44:43.090]what GX is running to create my minimum curvature grid?

[00:44:47.550]And if you look down in the bottom left corner,

[00:44:50.800]you’ll see, Execute the, and then the name of the GX.

[00:44:54.600]So this one is rangrid,

[00:44:57.120]and this goes for any menu option in Oasis.

[00:45:04.100]So I’ve started creating my script or my menu script.

[00:45:08.960]And if you add your own custom scripts,

[00:45:14.530]instead of giving it a GX,

[00:45:16.040]you just give it the path to your script.

[00:45:18.920]So I am adding the script that we created today to my menu.

[00:45:24.140]It’s the file and I’ve referenced the path.

[00:45:29.740]So one thing that’s important to note here

[00:45:32.660]is I actually had another folder called Day One,

[00:45:36.540]but there was a space between day and one.

[00:45:40.090]And so scripts don’t like spaces,

[00:45:42.880]so I simply moved my

[00:45:45.590]outside the day one folder

[00:45:47.700]where all the other folders

[00:45:48.950]contained underscores in the title.

[00:45:51.810]So I guess it’s good practice

[00:45:53.100]if you’re going to be writing scripts or customizing menus

[00:45:58.110]to make sure your folders

[00:45:59.770]don’t have any spaces in the names.

[00:46:06.910]So I’m saving my custom menu that I just created,

[00:46:09.410]my .OMN, in a Users folder.

[00:46:12.290]So, in Program Files, Geosoft, Desktop Applications, Users,

[00:46:18.120]then there’s an OMN folder in there as well

[00:46:20.050]and in this folder we can edit scripts.

[00:46:24.510]Okay, so in Oasis Montaj

[00:46:26.790]all the menus are managed through the Manage Menus.

[00:46:31.830]Here we have a list of all the menus

[00:46:33.530]we can add to our project.

[00:46:35.550]So the standard menus, some extensions,

[00:46:39.380]and some custom extensions.

[00:46:42.030]This user’s menu folder will be created

[00:46:44.800]once you populate the user’s OMN folder.

[00:46:51.070]So I will select the menu I just created and click Okay.

[00:47:00.920]All right, so now my custom menu, you can see it here,

[00:47:04.390]it’s placed at the end of all your other menus

[00:47:06.550]before Windows and Help.

[00:47:10.210]So I’m just going to mention that I’ve loaded

[00:47:11.820]the standard menus along with some UXO Marine menus.

[00:47:15.070]So anything, anytime you want to see what menus

[00:47:17.730]you have available to you, or what menus you have loaded,

[00:47:21.310]you can just look in this list here.

[00:47:22.860]So I have UXO Marine loaded.

[00:47:24.920]I also have my custom menu and all the standard menus.

[00:47:31.050]So if I click on that,

[00:47:32.350]I should see the processes I have chosen

[00:47:34.980]to include in my menu.

[00:47:39.610]Okay, so this is a great way to streamline your workflow.

[00:47:42.480]If you have certain processes

[00:47:43.750]you’d like to do to complete a task,

[00:47:47.495]just create a menu,

[00:47:49.110]and we can also help you create sub menus

[00:47:51.280]if you would like to learn that as well.

[00:47:55.860]Okay, so now I want to talk about the Geosoft free viewer.

[00:47:59.320]The website on the screen here

[00:48:00.720]shows where you can download this free viewer.

[00:48:03.650]It’s a great tool to work with

[00:48:05.450]for anyone who does not have Oasis Montaj.

[00:48:08.320]If you have colleagues who are interested

[00:48:09.870]in looking at your Oasis Montaj files,

[00:48:11.780]they can do so with the free viewer and vice versa.

[00:48:15.150]If you’re interested in looking at

[00:48:16.250]someone else’s Oasis Montaj project,

[00:48:18.890]you can do this in the viewer.

[00:48:22.240]There’s many benefits to this free viewer.

[00:48:24.500]So you can import and export files and view them.

[00:48:28.880]So the three main benefits of this viewer

[00:48:30.770]are you can visualize, integrate and collaborate.

[00:48:34.060]So you’re able to easily visualize your Geoscience data

[00:48:36.930]as profiles, maps, or 3D views.

[00:48:40.620]This’ll help you gain a deeper insight

[00:48:42.220]into your data and your project area.

[00:48:45.670]You can integrate.

[00:48:46.800]So you can compare multiple data sets side-by-side

[00:48:49.830]or overlay data layers to identify subtle relationships.

[00:48:54.340]And finally,

[00:48:55.173]you can collaborate so you can share

[00:48:56.650]and communicate results with your colleagues,

[00:48:58.500]clients, and stakeholders,

[00:48:59.980]to involve the wider team in timely decision-making.

[00:49:04.250]This Geoscience free viewer is free to download,

[00:49:08.050]and you simply need to create a Seequent ID,

[00:49:11.670]download and install the executable

[00:49:14.470]and be sure to download the sample data

[00:49:16.210]and watch the video on how to get started.

[00:49:23.460]So finally,

[00:49:24.293]I want to point you to the many learning resources

[00:49:26.370]we have available at Seequent.

[00:49:28.610]So, remote training opportunities.

[00:49:30.860]Check out the Seequent website

[00:49:32.180]for the latest webinars and blog posts.

[00:49:35.310]You can explore online learning opportunities at MySeequent,

[00:49:39.290]and contact your local team

[00:49:40.540]for remote training options with a live trainer.

[00:49:46.940]When you log into MySeequent

[00:49:48.490]you will see a webpage like this.

[00:49:53.770]Here we have many options for support.

[00:49:56.700]So we have knowledge articles and a dropdown list

[00:50:00.350]linked to all our products.

[00:50:02.780]So if I’m interested in learning about Target,

[00:50:06.060]I will see all articles linked to Target.

[00:50:10.060]So we have many learning opportunities.

[00:50:18.470]Also under learning,

[00:50:19.970]we have a variety of learning paths to help you get started

[00:50:23.400]with extensions and Oasis Montaj.

[00:50:28.240]So I want to thank everybody

[00:50:29.300]for joining me today for this webinar.

[00:50:31.410]I hope you learned some useful tips and tricks.

[00:50:34.060]I was able to cover project default settings, shortcut keys,

[00:50:38.050]adding free spatial data to your maps,

[00:50:40.240]creating 3D snapshots

[00:50:41.800]and turning those into animated videos.

[00:50:44.480]Also exporting 3D maps to 3D PDFs.

[00:50:48.340]I hope you learned a bit about

[00:50:49.300]streamlining repetitive tasks using scripting

[00:50:51.930]and creating custom menus

[00:50:53.250]that you can put in your workflows.

[00:50:56.210]Also, I showed you our 3D viewer,

[00:50:58.200]which is great for collaborating with stakeholders

[00:50:59.920]around project data.

[00:51:02.210]So if you have any questions,

[00:51:03.600]please feel free to reach out to me.

[00:51:04.970]My email’s up on the screen now.

[00:51:07.330]Again, thank you for listening and take care everybody.