What's New

Geochemistry for ArcGIS 2.0

Geochemistry for ArcGIS 2.0 includes important advancements that improve access to data and information, make duplicate sampling identification more efficient, and expand geochemical visualisation and analysis capabilities. Enhanced software usability will help you be more productive when working with geochemical data in ArcGIS.

Advanced Visualisation and Analysis

New Duplicate Sample Identification Method click to enlarge Duplicate identification now contains the original sample number of the parent. This enables multiple duplicates that reference a single parent sample.
Coloured Histograms, multi-histograms and probability plots click to enlarge Histograms, multi-histogram reports and probability plots now use the colour-based percentile breaks as defined in the Visualization tools. By automatically displaying the colours breaks on the all the analysis tools it is easier to compare sub-populations in the data.
Levelling data options Assay data can now be levelled using the following methods: mean, medium, mode, geometric mean, z-score and peak to noise. Levelling data based on a categorization field such as year, sample type or lithology can help geologists understand the relationships in their data.
New Box plot options click to enlarge The Box plot can now display data using a logarithmic or linear distribution. We have also included options for whisker display providing more flexibility for displaying outliers. The X axis labels can be plotted vertically on the Box plot graph, accommodating longer category names.
3D Topography draping Shapefiles, layer files and gridded geochemistry data can be draped over a topographic relief surface and explored in the Geosoft 3D viewer. This presentation allows you to readily see relationships between topography and geochemical data.

Improved Data Access

Seeker click to enlarge Seeker combines capabilities from DAP Find Data and Dapple interfaces. It replaces our two 'Find Data' options with a 3-step workflow. Search criteria can be used to refine results, retrieve and use them in your local mapping environment. Watch the Geosoft Seeker Video.
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