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Stratigraphic Modeling | Variation Analysis According to the Direction

Variation Analysis is a feature that allows the comparison of borehole data (sample, raw sample) and block estimation values ​​in specified directions with cross-sectional intervals. Thanks to this feature, cross-sectional comparisons can be made between real values ​​and estimated values ​​using different calculation methods. It is an analysis tool used to analyze the accuracy of the estimations made. 

OptionDescription
Analysis DirectionThis is the area where the direction to be analyzed is selected. It allows sectioning in the selected direction.
Section IntervalThis is the section range to be analyzed. The average of the actual values ​​and the estimated values ​​within this range is imported and transferred to the graph.
Start - FinalThis is the area where the start-end coordinate information of the block model selected for analysis is kept, the limit value and range value are displayed according to the selected direction, and the range selection is made with the help of a slider.
Borehole Data to be UsedFor analysis, composite sample data and raw sample data in the borehole data can be selected. The selected data will be the reference data that will be used to check the accuracy of the estimation values ​​assigned to the blocks on the chart.
Block/Borehole RelationIn this area, the sample or raw sample value for which directional change analysis will be carried out and compared with the attribute value assigned to the block by geostatistical estimation is selected. This value will vary depending on the selection of borehole data to be used.
Block Calculation Method
Mean and Median calculation formulas can be selected preferably.
Sample/Raw Sample Calculation MethodMean and Median calculation formulas can be selected preferably. 
Graphic Drawing Direction It is the option used for vertical analysis display, especially in Y and Z directions. When the analysis is started by selecting the Y and Z directions, the drawing direction will be automatically rotated. If the users wish, users can view the analysis result as a horizontal graph by selecting Normal. The rotated graph drawing direction is used to compare actual values ​​with estimated values ​​in the Z direction.
Sample Numbers ChartIt is an option that allows a graphical display of the number of samples used for analysis in each section range (slice) within the specified section range. When this option is activated, the number of blocks falling into the slice and the sample/raw sample numbers will be displayed as a bar graph. When you check over the bar graphs, the average grade values ​​and sample numbers will be displayed as an information card.
ExportIt enables the analysis results produced to be exported as images, documents, and clipboards.




The legend used in the graphical interface is a dynamic legend. Checkboxes within the legend can be made passive or active. When the relevant checkboxes are checked or not, they will be automatically updated in the chart.

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