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Supporting the Geoscience Industry - Surfer v14 is Released with Over 200 User-Requested New Features and Improvements

Since 1985, Surfer has served the geoscience community. As the industry shifts and changes, Surfer has kept pace with new features and improvements based directly on feedback from users.

Today marks the 14th release of Surfer and boasts over 200 new features and enhancements. Designed to improve usability, streamline workflows, and ultimately save you time and money, Surfer v14 is an indispensable visualization tool for the geoscience industry.

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Try Golden's Software's Free & Easy File Conversion Software

File format incompatibility is an all too common problem in any industry. Many of us are familiar with the pains of inheriting a project only to learn we no longer have access to the software that originally created the project files! It typically doesn’t make sense to go out and purchase the missing software just to open the files and save in a different format.

Our free new file converter is specifically designed to address problems such as these. Created for users in the geosciences industry, the file converter operates in an easy-to-access web browser environment. There’s no need to download and install a program, just bookmark the webpage and you’re good to go. The file converter allows quick and secure conversion of image, vector, and grid files to numerous other file types. A small handful of the available conversions are listed below. For a complete list, see here.

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Surfer 13 New Features Series Wrap-up

I hope you've enjoyed a closer look at some of the great new features Surfer 13 has to offer! To conclude the Surfer 13 new feature series, I want to mention just a few more new features that can help improve your workflows and increase your productivity!

New Welcome Dialog

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Surfer 13 New Feature Series: New Geoprocessing Commands

Today's blog post focuses on new geoprocessing commands available in Surfer 13! Six new commands have been added to aid in creating, editing, and analyzing boundaries:

Create Intersection PointsBreak Polyline at IntersectionsDifference of PolygonsIntersect PolygonsUnion PolygonsBuffer

Each of these commands can be found by clicking the Geoproccessing menu, and some of the commands are located in the Edit Boundaries submenu within this menu. Let's take a look at what each command does!

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Surfer 13 New Feature Series: Querying Attributes

Today's Surfer 13 new feature series article discusses querying attributes of objects in base map layers. Below is a republishing of Sabrina Pearson's recent newsletter article (Issue 79, published July 2015) about querying attributes in Surfer 13.

In the previous article, we covered an important component of base maps, attributes, and how they can be easily accessed and edited. This article will dive into the details of querying map objects based on those attributes, object type, or object properties. This useful query tool allows you to quickly drill down into the details of your map and effortlessly access all of your map properties.

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