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Introducing Target for ArcGIS Pro, the product giving you advanced understanding of drillhole and subsurface data to the Esri ArcGIS Pro environment.

Easily import and visualise, then share your knowledge and make discoveries faster using the ArcGIS Pro tools you’re familiar with.

An introduction of Target for ArcGIS Pro while highlighting all the newest features available in the latest release. Discover how to unlock more ways to visualise, share and understand your drillhole and subsurface data:

Target for ArcGIS Pro 2.4 introduces new features that allow you to import and view Geosoft voxels and draw Geologic interpretations.

• Rapidly import Geosoft voxels into Target for ArcGIS Pro as NetCDF format files
• Utilise ArcGIS Pro’s native NetCDF functionalities to display, filter and slice voxels for better interpretation
• Create drawings on 2D cross sections or in 3D scenes to capture your understanding of geology and subsurface relationships.
• Easily manage and publish interpretations using Esri’s ArcGIS online

Overview

Speakers

Kanita Khaled
P. Geo, Geophysicist at Seequent.

Duration

31 min

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<v Narrator>Hello, welcome to Seequent’s webinar,</v>

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on the newest release of Target for ArcGIS Pro version 2.4.

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My name is Comedic Hallett,

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and I’d like to thank you today for joining in.

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Well people are logging on here.

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I’ll just go ahead and introduce myself.

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My name is Kate Kaled

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I’m a geophysicist here at Seequent

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based in our north America branch in Toronto.

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And here at Seequent, I work largely within

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our technical team, and I collaborate often

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with our other business units as well.

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And we work together to find solutions

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for two sense professionals, such as yourselves.

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Okay, so with introductions out of the way,

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let’s dive into the agenda.

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A bit of webinar logistics.

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If you have any questions, please type them into the chat.

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And we’ll be sure to get back to you after the webinar,

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we’ll be reaching out to you via email.

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So today we’ll be going over a general overview

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of Target for ArcGIS Pro and how it can benefit

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your exploration and project workflows.

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We’re going to keep it fairly high level.

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I’m going to give you some of the highlights

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of the key features in the software.

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And for those of you who are new to

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Target for ArcGIS Pro,

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I’m going to go over some of the main functionalities,

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like Geohole import, Geohole visualization,

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cross section preshift,

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importing files like dual up grids,

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and mesh files, and how to create strip logs,

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enjoyable planning.

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What the main features out of the way,

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we’re going to go into the newest features

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that have been added to the target product,

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ArcGIS pro functionality list.

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In this next police,

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we’re very excited to introduce two new features,

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that allow you to import and visualize

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Geosoft voxels and create geologic interpretation.

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These are features that have been

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more requested by yourselves.

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I’m going to give you an in-app

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application demonstration of how

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to use these two new features,

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and I’m also going to show you how you

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can take these interpretations,

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these geologic interpretations.

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And publish them using esri’s ArcGIS online functions.

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Okay, let’s get started.

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Okay, let’s start with a general overview

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of what’s available to you as a charter

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for ArcGIS Pro user.

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Here we are in the application,

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after you download and install the software.

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Target for ArcGIS Pro appears as its own ribbon

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or menu up here at the top in ArcGIS Pro.

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The first thing we’ll probably do

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is sign in with your Seequent ID,

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so that you can access the functions in the correct ribbon.

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On the left hand side of the target ribbon,

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you see the import group.

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This import group allows me to import

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a variety of data types right into my project.

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Today we’re looking at a data set, called Mt Palmer,

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which is a gold mineralization project in Western Australia.

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So the first thing we’ll do,

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is look at the Geofill importer.

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There are a variety of ways to import drilling data.

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The first and quite common way is

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by Excel, access or by a TXT or ASCII files.

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You can also download your, sorry,

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import your drilling data with an ODBC connection.

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Either locally on your network or as a TXT file.

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And if your organization logs your drilling data

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with programs like Wire or Deposit.

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You can import data directly in from those programs as well.

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Finally, if you have a pre-existing Geosoft target project,

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the entire project can be imported

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directly into ArcGIS Pro.

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And all of the drill hole data that you import in,

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will be converted into Geodatabase format,

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which is native to esri.

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So as an example, when I select drillable data

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and then access.

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This brings up the Geoprocessing page or important data,

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from here, I can select the name of my drill hole data set.

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I can assign a spacial reference or coordinate system,

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and we can pull those in as our

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attributes of the color data, we’ll say color

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or survey data, let’s say survey.

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And then we also have the option of

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organizing our drilling data into interval and point data.

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So we can assign, geology and assay data

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to be brought in as interval data

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and structure as point data.

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Which is disparate points down the drill hole.

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Once you’ve selected your attributes,

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go ahead and press run.

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And you have already run this in the back here.

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So my data has finished importing.

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Now I can go ahead and head into the act two math group,

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and bring in my data, so that I can visualize it

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onto my 2D map or 3D scene.

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So the add data button here allows me to go ahead

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and toggle on various attributes,

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such as color, traces and my from two data.

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And once I do so, that will just load right onto my scene.

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And I can zoom in to start visualizing.

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From here, I can use the symbology tools

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to apply sizes and also offsets to the, to the symbology

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Other than drill hole data.

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I’m also able to visualize faster data by

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importing in red files or Geosoft format grid files

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to demonstrate I can select the Geosoft grid tool.

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This brings in with your Geoprocessing tool on the right.

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And from here you can go ahead and

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select the Geosoft grid that you wish to bring in.

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I want to bring in my typography.

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So I’ll go ahead and look for that in my project folder.

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And once I’m ready,

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that will get converted into a raster dataset

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and important to my Geodatabase.

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After it’s finished importing,

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it will get displayed on my map scene here,

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and we can see that it has retained the original colors

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that the geophysicist had applied to it.

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And here is an example of a first vertical

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derivative grid from a magnetic data site.

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Just to show you an example,

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the type of data that can be brought in as raster.

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One of the advantages of working inside ArcGIS Pro,

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is being able to work with multiple maps and PDCs.

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So here I have a 2D map open,

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but I can easily flip to a 3D scene by selecting

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this new drill holes scene option.

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So once I select this, I can easily flip over

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to a 3D scene just like here.

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And here, we have the same typography

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and data that we saw on the 2D map,

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along with the colors and traces.

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And I’ve also clipped my scene to the extent of my,

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the spacial extent of my drilling data.

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So that I can remain focused on my project area.

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And now I can start to visualize my data from a variety

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of predefined viewpoints or rapid visualization.

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Or, I can also use just my mouse to zoom in

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and inspect my scene.

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Once I’m in this 3D view,

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I can use the drill hole data button

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up here in the at to map group to start

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to toggle on other down hole attributes.

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Such as my assay data, or my lithology data,

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and start to visualize that in my 2D scene.

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So here I have my lithology data.

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And another feature that I want to talk about,

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is subsurface data.

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So importing subsurface mesh data.

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I can import either as an OMF file or Geosoft surface file.

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Which is an option from Oasis montaj,

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and the one that is an option of export from both voices,

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montaj, leapfrog, and target.

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I can import in mesh files, such as a gold grade shows,

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assign a coordinate system,

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and bring them right into my scene.

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So for example, here I have gold grade shows

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enclosing a specific range of grades.

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Going to go ahead and turn off my geology

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here so you can see better.

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So here I have a gold grade shell that was brought in

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as a Geosoft surface file.

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And from here,

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I can apply any native esri tool

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that I’d be able to apply to a MultiPatch object.

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Such as this.

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Great, so the next thing I want to show you

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is how to create cross sections.

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Cross sections are a data product

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widely used in the industry.

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And we’re going to go ahead and take a look at that next.

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So if you want to go from the scene

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to start creating a new cross section.

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And head to the subsurface tools group,

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select sections, and then select create.

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This will bring up the section tool.

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The first thing I want to do,

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is I want to be visualizing the scene from top

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so that I can start drawing interactively.

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And while I’m here, I can go ahead

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and press the create new section button.

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And now I can zoom into the area where

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I wish to create this cross section

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and start just drawing it in right onto my scene.

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We can see my outline there,

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and we’ll be able to see a red outline,

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delineating the extents of this cross section.

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If I’m not happy with these parameters here,

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I can go ahead and change them right here.

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So for example, the azimuth

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can be changed right on the bike.

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As the same with inclination.

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I can also apply a scale right here

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to my cross section or leave it blank.

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I can also adjust parameters

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such as the length of this cross section.

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You’ll see that adjusting on the scene there,

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the height, and also thickness of this cross section.

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So I’m going to make this 25 meters just type that in.

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And once, once I’m happy with these parameters,

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I can go ahead and press save.

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I can also create offset sections

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or multiple sections using the same parameters

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with my offset sections parallel

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to this original one right here.

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And I can do that by selecting

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this create offset section tool.

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Now you’ll see, there are now five additional

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cross sections that have been outlined on my scene.

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And I can change that number from five to lower or higher.

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I can also adjust the separation of these cross sections,

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so right now it’s set a default.

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I can change that to something like,

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let’s say 25 meters apart.

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So they’re nice and snug against each other.

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And then once I’m ready,

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I can go ahead and press.

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Pressing save will save this onto my section manager.

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And now I’m ready to start visualizing this

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in a section view and I can do so by selecting

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the section view button in the subsurface tool.

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Now that I’m in my section view,

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I have a new option here, the section view tool,

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while I’m in the section viewing mode,

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I can toggle on other parameters, such as my geology.

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I can also now start to toggle through

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the various sections that I’ve just created.

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Here’s another cross section.

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I can also turn off various attributes

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while I’m in the section view

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and I can even go in and modify a cross section.

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Should I wish to change its parameters.

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Before we head over and start talking

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about the new release features.

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I want to show you one last tool,

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which is this triplet tool.

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This was a reporting tool added in the previous version

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and the strip log tool allows you

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to create a downhole block.

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Of a sequence of geologic features from a single vocal.

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So once I select this, the strip log tool comes up.

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The first thing I need to do is add a

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template or a layout file where

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I can start building this strip log like this here,

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and then select a hole and assign this hole

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that I wish to visualize as a strip log.

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various text options here to bring

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more information into my strip log,

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and I can go ahead and preview that information.

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That’s just populated right there on my scene,

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heading over to the data strips option.

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I can then go ahead and apply

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various data sources and attributes

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and start visualizing my data either

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as our plots or my thoughts.

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I can also visualize my mobile logical data downfall,

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and then I can go ahead and preview that,

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that would then update my strip log map.

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And once it’s complete,

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here is my strip log for drill hole SKA347.

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Once I’m happy with my strip log,

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I can export it out as a PDF or another format choice.

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Next, let’s talk about the newest functionalities

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in Target for ArcGIS Pro 2.4.

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And the first one here we’ll talk about

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is importing Geosoft voxel.

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What is a voxel of exactly,

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well voxels are 3D raster models or block models.

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Which are common in subsurface exploration

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for visualizing interpolated data like geophysics,

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for example magnetic inversion,

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or intercalated assay data, such as block models.

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In Geosoft oasis montage or targets.

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This voxel data has XYZ information, a coordinate system.

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And it also needs to have either a numerical or categorical

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data that can later be mapped like this.

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So in our case,

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we have the magnetic data set which we saw earlier.

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Let’s flip back to the application.

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So this magnetic data set was then inverted

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by a geophysicist using the voxy immersion tool.

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And the inversion of this magnetic data side

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has given us a 3D susceptibility model of the survey area,

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that’s stored as a Geosoft voxel format file.

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Now we wish to bring this data from oasis montaj

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right into our chest probe.

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And to do so, we’ll go ahead and select

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this new tool here called voxels.

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And that will then bring up the import voxel

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data geoprocessing tool here to our right.

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This will automatically give it the same name

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or the conversion into a net CDF file

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with the .nc extension.

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We can also assign a variable name here.

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We’ll do so as susceptibility because that’s the parameter.

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And we can also provide a description,

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and we can either choose to add this voxel

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to our current scene or onto a new voxel scene.

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And we can select run to import.

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Now in our 3D scene, we will have imported

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the total susceptible, the magnetic susceptibility

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voxel right into our 3D scene.

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And we can see the colors and traces are there as well.

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Here, I can see the susceptibility voxel

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on the drawing order, heading over to the appearance tool.

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Will then allow me to select

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various symbology for this voxel.

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So now I can start to apply various color schemes.

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Should I wish to apply a different color scheme?

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I can do that.

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And I can also apply various data filters to this voxel.

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So, let’s say I wish to visualize

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from 0 to 0.08,

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which is the entire range I can do that here.

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Or I can go ahead and adjust this interactively.

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So this has been now visualizing

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only the highest susceptibility values

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in this particular voxel.

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And I’ll go ahead and visualize

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the full extent of this data set here.

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And head over to my data tab,

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and click on this slicer section tool.

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This enables this slicer section tool here at the bottom,

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and now I can select either vertical or horizontal slice.

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I’ve selected the vertical here,

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now clicking right onto my voxel here,

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I can start to slice the section vertically.

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And you can kind of see the slicer

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moving as I move my mouse here.

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And once I’ve selected the slice,

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it brings up the slice tool here on the right.

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I’ll close up the symbology tool.

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And now it can go ahead and adjust the position

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using the sliding bar to slice through my voxel seen here.

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And I can also change things like the orientation,

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and also the tilt.

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Each time you create a new slice,

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it gets stored under slices under your drawing content.

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And you also have the option of going in and naming these.

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So then you can later come back to it easily.

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We also select horizontal slice.

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Similarly, create horizontal slices through your voxel.

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Revisit your saved slices right on your 3D scene

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by toggling them on.

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Your side vertical one.

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And here are some horizontal one.

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And here they are together.

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We can also create Isosurfaces,

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by switching from the volume mode to surfaces.

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Enables us to bring up the create Isosurface tool.

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We’ll go ahead and select that.

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We’re going to rename this and call this susceptibility.

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High.

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So these are going to be my high susceptibility values,

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and I can go ahead and define that.

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Just by using this, the sliding bar here.

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You can also go ahead and adjust the color

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and the transparency of this,

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and this we’ll go ahead

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and save this under your Isosurfaces.

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Repeat this process to create more

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Isosurfaces of ranges you wish

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to create for your voxel.

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Now I have selected a mid-range here.

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And again, that’s shown up here on my scene.

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And I can go ahead and now toggle on each of these

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Isosurfaces on to start inspecting and visualizing.

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Instead of visualizing your voxel as a

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3D slice or an Isosurface,

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you can also create 2D sections.

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And that would then bring up this static to the section,

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which you can modify and save

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just like we did the Isosurfaces and the voxeles.

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And of course, all of these can be viewed together.

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Okay, Let’s switch back to the

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PowerPoint here for a second,

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the next feature we’ll be visiting,

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is the new tool creates a Geologic interpretation,

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And this is trimmed down version

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of the existing create feature class tool,

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which you may already be familiar with.

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As, and as we observe, and with this tool,

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we can create future classes,

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and then store these feature classes.

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Which are organized as Geologic drawings or interpretations,

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right on your cross sections or your 3D view.

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You can edit these drawings

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and then visualize them with the rest of your drilling data.

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And you can also share these

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interpretations with your colleagues.

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So let’s switch back to our ArcGIS Pro to demonstrate this.

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So here I have a new global scene open.

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This is going to be my interpretation global scene,

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and I’m here in a section view.

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So now I can go into my geologic interpretation tool here

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and start to create a new feature class.

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So this brings up the Geoprocessor on the right,

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and we can go ahead and name our feature class.

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Let’s say we want to digitize

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the overburden layers in this particular project area.

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I’ll call this the overburden.

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I’m here.

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I can either select whether I want to digitize

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a MultiPatch or a polyline type object.

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I’m going to select MultiPatch.

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The attribute that I wish to digitize here or draw here,

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will be this alluvium group,

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as visualized with this cobalt mineralogy here.

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And I’m going to go ahead and give it the same color.

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And then I can go ahead and save this.

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Just have to remove the space, and press okay.

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This has now created a new

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alluvium layer in my drawing content.

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I can then go into the Geologic Lynch rotation tool here,

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and start to draw right on this cross section.

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From the create features tool,

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I want to ensure that the create

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3D geometry tool is selected here.

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This brings up the 3D geometry editor,

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and now they can go in and start to digitize points

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right on this plus sections.

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And I’ll just demonstrate that now.

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Select finish and then save to go ahead and say.

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Now that we’ve completed digitizing on one cross section,

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we can go ahead and toggle

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through the rest of our cross sections.

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Carry out the same process that we just did.

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And complete the digitization

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of the alluvium layer on the rest of the cross sections.

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Feel free to come out of the section view

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by pressing the section tool button.

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To visualize and inspect for interpretation progress in 3D.

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Here, I’ve gone ahead and digitized multiple cross sections,

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and here they are in 3D.

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I showed you how to create drawings

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as MultiPatch objects, such as these.

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We can also replicate the exact same process,

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to create polylines.

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Let’s say we want to outline the top of a horizon,

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or the top of the rock logic layer,

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or perhaps the bottom of a hydrogeologic layer.

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To do this, let’s head back to the

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Geologic interpretation tool.

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We’re going to select the same

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pre feature class tool we selected before.

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However this time, instead of selecting MultiPatch.

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We’re going to select polyline,

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In this project, we have iron formation

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that’s associated with gold mineralization.

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We want to interpret this, the top of this iron formation

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using the polyline drawing tool.

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I’m going to go ahead and give this name,

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and call it iron formation.

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And the layer that I want to digitize,

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will be denoted by Fe.

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And the color I’ll assign will be red.

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Remember, we can always go ahead and modify this later.

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And that will create the new feature class.

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Once that’s created,

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let’s head into section view to illustrate this better.

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So here we are in section view.

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I’m going to go ahead and start to digitize

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the iron formation that we see here in orange color.

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Using the snapping guide lines.

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I’ll go ahead and create that drawing.

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And once I’m done, right click and finish.

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And of course, don’t forget to save your edits.

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Coming out of section view,

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we can now start to see all of our digitizations

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right here in 3D.

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I’m going to turn off the geology layer there.

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So you can see a little bit better.

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And here are the rest of my digitizations

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for the top of the iron formation.

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As well as the overburden layer.

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Last but not least,

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I want to show you how you can share your

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geologic interpretation along with the

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rest of your data to as raised web scene.

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Head over to the share ribbon in the ezri menu

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and from here, select web scene.

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This brings up the interpretation menu here on the right.

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Give your project a name, a brief summary,

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as well as a few tags,

496
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and then make sure you select whether or not

497
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you want to share this with everyone or the public,

498
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or just within your organization here.

499
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I’ve made my web scene showable with the public.

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Click on the analyze button,

501
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to check if there’s going to be any issues

502
00:28:20,320 –> 00:28:24,283
or bottle necks before you cook and upload your scene.

503
00:28:26,600 –> 00:28:29,500
The analyzer tool lets me know that there was no issues

504
00:28:29,500 –> 00:28:31,766
or errors with this particular project

505
00:28:31,766 –> 00:28:33,960
and it’s ready to be published.

506
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We’ll go ahead and press share,

507
00:28:35,440 –> 00:28:38,003
so that it can now be shared with the public.

508
00:28:43,000 –> 00:28:45,860
Once the scene is shared to the web scene,

509
00:28:45,860 –> 00:28:48,410
you can go ahead and start visualizing it.

510
00:28:48,410 –> 00:28:50,290
Here, I’ve got my wireframes,

511
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and I’ve also created a few slides

512
00:28:52,690 –> 00:28:55,830
to easily access various bookmarks.

513
00:28:55,830 –> 00:28:59,903
Here I’ve got the wireframes, the colors and the traces.

514
00:29:01,660 –> 00:29:03,510
On another slide here, I’ve got my

515
00:29:03,510 –> 00:29:06,433
assay data and my gold show.

516
00:29:08,230 –> 00:29:09,493
Here’s my lithology.

517
00:29:13,370 –> 00:29:16,033
Here’s the Geophysics data that I showed you earlier,

518
00:29:18,110 –> 00:29:21,370
toggle on some of these options to start visualizing

519
00:29:21,370 –> 00:29:24,000
additional attributes.

520
00:29:24,000 –> 00:29:25,020
And then once you’re ready,

521
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click on the share button,

522
00:29:26,640 –> 00:29:29,040
and there should be a short link ready to share.

523
00:29:30,480 –> 00:29:32,530
I’d like to close out by noting,

524
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that Target for ArcGIS Pro 2.4

525
00:29:34,960 –> 00:29:39,377
now supports ArcGIS Pro version 2.7 and 2.8.

526
00:29:40,287 –> 00:29:44,120
And this version we’ve also made significant improvements

527
00:29:44,120 –> 00:29:48,080
to our symbology updates and performances.

528
00:29:48,080 –> 00:29:52,010
I could thank you for joining in today, on today’s webinar.

529
00:29:52,010 –> 00:29:54,620
Hope you found today’s session helpful.

530
00:29:54,620 –> 00:29:57,310
If you have any questions or comments,

531
00:29:57,310 –> 00:29:59,980
please leave them in the chat window here.

532
00:29:59,980 –> 00:30:03,270
I’ll leave the session running for a little while longer,

533
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so you can submit your questions

534
00:30:05,280 –> 00:30:08,930
and we’ll be sure to get back to you by now.

535
00:30:08,930 –> 00:30:10,013
Thank you so much.