Earthquake Focal Mechanisms (aka "Beachballs")

The macro generates beachball type focal mechanism visualizations from an input point set. The size of the generated balls and coloring of the compressional and extensional quadrants can be customized.
Please visit https://scholar.harvard.edu/plesch/software/skuagocad-focal-mechanisms [scholar.harvard.edu] for more information.
If you use the macro, please consider contributing back by improved documentation or adding features.

Developed by Andreas PLESCH (Harvard University)

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Rename restored faults in lists

This macro was specially designed to help Kine3D-3 users: it allows the user to rename the fault surfaces created during restoration and added to surface lists using the list name.

Prefix and Suffix can be added to the name of the faults.

Developed by Charles REVAUX

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Assign Markers to Features from Table or Reference Well.

Correlate all (active or inactive) markers with features from a reference well or a Marker-Feature correspondence table.
Use a 'Resources' Table with two columns: Marker Name, Feature.
Define the table manually or from a *.csv file.
Alternatively create this table from a reference well, and then edit it.

 

Developed by Emerson-Paradigm

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Compute Well Roundness along Well Trajectory

This macro builds a graphical representation of the well roundness from the  sectorial angular logs of radii Image from Density Caliper, usually 16-Sector or 60-Sector.

The roundness representation along the well trajectory is done by Curves and by Surfaces computed from the radii Image logs.

You will have to select just one log of the array <name>[i] (for example DCRA[0]).

Note: The log type must be CALIPER (unit of storage = cm).

For helping you in the QC of the well roundness, 3 properties are created for each object: Rmin/Rmax ratio, Area and Length  of the ellipsoid.

You can also limit the calculation of the well roundness inside a MD interval.

Finally in order to simplify the manipulation of these new objects in the project, the curves and the surfaces are stored in 2 different lists of objects.

Developed by Charles REVAUX and Pascal KEIN

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Export Object Properties to ASCII File

This macro allows exporting object's properties to an ASCII file. It is also possible to include extra columns to specify object name and regions.

It can be used as a replacement for the command: File > Export > Object > Export Properties to Excel, unavailable in Linux environment.

Developed by Mathieu MORISS & Humberto BOVOLENTA

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