The survey can be displayed in a number of ways to suit the requirements of any user or viewer. Traditionally geophysical surveys are displayed as either Shaded or Trace plots. Both of these are of course supported in TerraSurveyor64. Contours, Grid scales, Grid lines and Grid file names can also be displayed in any combination with either or both Shaded or Trace plots.
In addition, extra ‘scenery’ such as the palette, histogram, North arrow, Ground & Vertical scales and text boxes can be show with the survey. All these scenery items are linked to the survey so if the values of the survey change, the linked attributes of the scenery will also change.
The data can also be shown as a Delta view. This is a basic Shade plot generated from the difference between any two process layers in the survey. This Delta can be very useful to visualize the effect of a process. In particular it can be used to ensure features are not being processed out of the data. The Delta view is activated by simply selecting two processes in the Structure Tree (click then Shift-click). The background colour will be changed to highlight that this is a Delta view.
The survey can also be viewed as a spreadsheet via separate window. This allows specific tracks or areas to copied or even certain values to be changed individually.
Finally a window provides an overview of all the metadata associated with the survey to be viewed as text. Tis also includes such things as textual descriptions of the processes and computed statistics such as the size of the surveyed area.