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Geosoft launches 2010 software

Toronto, Canada: Geosoft announced the availability of its 2010 software release for geoscientists and exploration professionals. The release includes a number of important advancements that improve access to data and information, make mapping and reporting tasks more efficient and expand 3D subsurface capabilities.

Louis Racic, Geosoft Product Director, said, “We have listened to our customers and have enhanced software usability to support greater productivity. We have also incorporated new capabilities to streamline common tasks such as finding data, making maps and generating reports and have expanded our capabilities for creating integrated interpretations in 3D.”

New capabilities, in the 2010 release, support generalists and specialists working across all disciplines – geology, geophysics and geochemistry.
– Statistical and reporting capabilities have been improved within Geosoft’s exploration geology workflow, Target and Target for ArcGIS. – Enhancements have been made to several geophysical extensions.  These include the addition of section support for crooked sections within montaj Geophysics; a new Gridfill Multistep algorithm option within MAGMAP; and the availability of Draped surface calculations within the GMSYS 3D gravity modelling extension.
– Significant enhancements have been added to the Geochemistry for ArcGIS extension.  These include: new levelling capabilities, 3D topography draping, coloured histogram, multi-histogram and probability plots.
– Improved dynamic linking capabilities include new shadow cursor support for all data views within a map. A map with a section view and surface view will now be linked with a shadow cursor. This linking applies to scatter plots and tri-plots, plan maps, section maps and 3D.

Source: Geosoft