DUG Insight User ManualFrequently Asked QuestionsFrequently Asked Questions KingdomWhy does my Kingdom survey appear with a different spacing in Insight?

Why does my Kingdom survey appear with a different spacing in Insight?

The survey "bin spacing" displayed by Kingdom is based on the survey's increment, whereas the spacing displayed by Insight is based on a "single" IL/CL.

Note: In Insight, a 3D survey has no increment or extents — it just represents the geometry. The increment or extents are defined in the volume (in Kingdom, this is called "data type"). This means that many volumes with different extents can easily be loaded into Insight without having to define multiple surveys.

For example, take the following 3D survey as defined in Kingdom:

                   Min Value    Max Value    Increment

 Inline:            1001              2001             10

 Crossline:        3001             4001              5

 Bin spacing (m):  Inline:  200     Crossline:  100

 

When loaded into Insight, it will appear as:

   IL spacing:    20 (m)

  CL spacing:   20 (m)