Learn how ArcGIS Compares with G&G Applications for Geological Contour Mapping

Paola Peroni, a Senior Consultant with Exprodat, will be presenting a paper entitled “ArcGIS Geostatistical Analyst versus G&G Applications: Contour Mapping of Geological Variables” at the 2010 ESRI International User Conference in San Diego, CA, on 13th July, examining how ArcGIS tools compare with established industry mapping packages for 2D contour mapping. The following information is taken…

Measuring the Quality of Predictions: 1

Assessing the Quality of the Modelling of Continuous Variables in the 2D Domain – A Deterministic Approach Background Any quick search on Google on the subject of “Assessing the quality of models in the 2D domain” would provide tonnes of results, with a number of them referring to research papers proposing various ways to evaluate…

Tip 10: ESRI Symbols Fonts

Recently someone asked me how to use ESRI well symbols for bullets in MS Word documents and MS PowerPoint Presentations. Initially my first thought was to make a screen grab of the well symbol using Paint or Snagit, a useful utility software. This would provide a small image of the symbol that would be ideal.…

Crowdsourcing and ArcGIS Server 10

With the imminent arrival of ArcGIS Server 10 and its template-based online spatial data editing it looks as though map-based crowdsourcing (which has been around for a while via Google Earth etc.) will soon be a reality for the ESRI community. ESRI themselves have quite a neat example of this available on their website, monitoring the…

Tip 9: Relative Paths

When you start up a new ArcMap document, you almost immediately and probably unknowingly lock yourself into using either relative or full folder paths: A relative folder path specifies the location of files brought into the project in relation to where you have saved your ArcMap document for the project. A full folder path specifies…

Exprodat Releases New Version of Software for Petroleum Play Fairway Analysis

London, United Kingdom, 29th April 2010 – Exprodat today announces the release of version 201 of Exploration Analyst, a toolkit for building common risk segment maps for use in exploration play fairway analysis. With Exploration Analyst petroleum E&P companies can improve their understanding of play risk, reduce technical uncertainty and significantly reduce technical evaluation cycle…