Exporting 2D Line Sets

2D line sets can be exported to create sub-surveys. Similarly, 2D volume data can be constrained to a line set during export to create sub-volumes.

Export 2D line sets

Export 2D line sets
  1. From the Survey tab, right click on the 2D line set.
  2. Click Export and select Export 'Survey'.
  3. Type a file name, select a directory and click Save. The line set will be exported to a .survey extension file format.

Import 2D line sets

Once a 2D line set has been exported, it can be imported like any other survey (see Importing a Survey).

Export 2D line intersections

Export 2D line intersections
  1. In the Control Panel, open the Survey tab.
  2. Select the 2D survey.
  3. Right-click, select Export and Export csv of intersecting lines.
  4. Type the file name and click Save. The line intersections will be exported to a .csv extension file format.

The following is an example of a .csv survey file. By default, the survey file does not include headers. Refer to the example below for headers of each column.

Export constrained 2D volume data

Export constrained 2D volume data
  1. From the Volume tab, right click on the 2D volume and click Export. The Export Volume window will be displayed.
  2. At Constrain to line set, select a line set to constrain the export. Alternatively, select only the lines you want to constrain the export by selecting the check boxes beside the line names.
  3. Follow the rest of the steps in Export a 2D Volume to DUG I/O.

Import 2D Volume

Once a constrained 2D volume has been exported, it can be imported like any other volume (see Importing a Volume).