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Strater® 4

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Strater displays your raw data as borehole and well logs, maps and cross sections. Strater offers unsurpassed flexibility in design and layout. Strater’s intuitive point-and-click user interface makes it easy to quickly visualize your subsurface data and create professional reports.

 

Additional Info

  • Upgrade price: ($149 upgrade)
  • Sub heading: Stratigraphically Superior Well Log, Borehole & Cross Section Plotting Software
Quantity:
$449.00
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Features

Strater is a powerful and innovative well log, borehole and cross section plotting software package for geoscientists. With its modern and easy-to-use user interface, Strater is so straightforward even a beginner can create high-quality professional representations of subsurface data in no time.

Strater is compatible with all popular data formats, and can graphically display the data in fourteen fully customizable log types. Maps and cross sections are just a click away. All aspects of your design are easily changeable by simply clicking on it and updating its properties. Batch print or export all your hole data, and save your project file to a template to make log creation efficient and consistent for future projects.

Who should use Strater?

Anyone wishing to display borehole data as boring logs, perform drill hole analysis, create cross sections, or visualize wireline, lithology or geophysical data with depth.

Features Tour

Projects tbProjects

We want to make sure you can have all your information easily accessible in one project file. Strater projects are made up of views (borehole views, map views, and cross section views) and data tables. The graphical display in each of the views is based on the data loaded into the data tables. It’s as simple as that!


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TerraconBorehole View

Strater offers unsurpassed flexibility in log design and layout. The advanced user interface makes designing and displaying your data easier than ever. Simply select the log type you want to create, click on the page where you want the log to be created, specify a data file and the import parameters, and the log is created. No other log plotting package in its class can create logs this easily.


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MapView tbMap View

Strater can create a map of your area, showing borehole locations and base map files. You can create a wells map, which posts a symbol at each borehole location. You can label the symbols, change the symbol properties of the individual boreholes, show the deviation paths for the boreholes, and add base maps.


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CrossSectionView tbCross Section View

Automatically create true, full-color customizable cross sections! Cross sections can be created from your lithology or interval data by simply connecting boreholes in a map view and pressing a button. Subsurface visualization has never been this easy.


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Web LineLogLog Types

Strater logs give you full control over all log parameters. You can accept the Strater defaults to automatically create a log, or select a log and easily customize the log features in the Property Manager.


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Header tbHeaders and Footers

Utilize the header and footer design areas to include comprehensive text descriptions, linked text, legends, imported image files, or drawing objects. You can set the header and footer areas to be any size you wish.


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DataTables tbData Tables

Quickly prepare your data with Strater’s spreadsheet-like data table features.


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TrueVerticalDepth tbTrue Vertical Depth

Strater allows you the flexibility of displaying your data in measured depth or true vertical depth! Specify the inclination and azimuth information for your hole either in the collars table (a single set of values for the entire hole), in the data table with the actual hole data, or load a deviation survey into a survey table.


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VoxlerInterfaceVoxler Interface

Quickly and easily visualize your borehole data in 3D with Voxler! Strater comes with built-in commands that will transfer the data from Strater and build the visualization automatically in Voxler.


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Templates tbTemplates

It is faster to update a project with new data than to start from scratch. Using template files is an essential tool designed to make bulk log processing easy and efficient. Once a project file is designed, you can reuse the design by saving it as a template.


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Schemes tbSchemes

Schemes provide a way to load drawing properties based on a keyword or range value defined in the imported data. For example, a lithology log uses a lithology keyword scheme. The lithology keyword scheme contains keywords, such as granite, clay, etc.


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viewmanager2View Manager

Use the View Manager to manage the different borehole views, cross section views, and map views contained in the project. Multiple views are useful for displaying multiple designs for multiple boreholes or displaying different layouts for the same data.


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Web ObjectManager newObject Manager

The Object Manager makes viewing and editing any object simple. It displays all the objects in the active view window, organized by their design areas, in an easy-to-use hierarchical tree arrangement. Select objects in the Object Manager to easily edit them in the Property Manager, or check and uncheck the check box to show or hide them.


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PropertyManager tbProperty Manager

The user-friendly Property Manager allows you to interactively edit any object's properties. Select any object and the Property Manager updates with the specific properties for that object. Once you make a change, you can see the effects of that change immediately in the borehole view – without having to click any OK or Apply buttons.


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Mudlog Web3Printing

Print your borehole design, map or cross section to any Windows compatible printer or plotter. Choose between single-page and continuous printing. If the print contents exceeds the page size you are printing to, you can choose to truncate the design to the page size, fit the design to the page, or print the design tiled on multiple pages.


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Web Tabs WindowAdditional Features

Strater is packed full of additional features designed to make your job faster and easier.


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Strater-FileFormatsSupported File Formats

Strater supports many data and import/export formats.


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Training Videos

Strater 4

Introduction

  1. Introduction
  2. Borehole, Map, Cross Section, and Data Table tabs
  3. Managers
  4. View Properties
Length: 9:27
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Strater 4 - Creating Cross Sections from Line/Symbol Logs

Creating Cross Sections from Line/Symbol Logs

  1. Introduction
  2. Creating the Cross Section
  3. Importing Layer Marks
  4. Adding New Layer Marks
  5. Editing Layer Marks
Length: 7:51
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Creating Cross Section from Line/Symbol Logs

Coordinate System Support

  1. Introduction
  2. Utilizing coordinate systems in the cross section view
  3. Setting coordinate systems in the map view
  4. Importing PDFs
  5. Changing the coordinate system in the map view
  6. Moving labels in the map view
Length: 7:35
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Coordinate System Support

Showing Deviation in the Map and Cross Section Views

  1. Introduction
  2. Showing deviation paths in the map view
  3. Creating a cross section and showing the logs as deviated
  4. Customizing your cross section
Length: 10:12
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Showing Deviation in the Map and Cross Section Views

Manual Layers in Cross Section

  1. Introduction
  2. Delete default layers
  3. Draw layers
  4. Edit layers
Length: 4:24
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Manual Layers in Cross Section

Template Walk-Through: Part 1, New Strater Project

  1. Introduction
  2. Saving the Template
  3. Importing Data
  4. Updating the Borehole View
Length: 7:58
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Template Walk-Through: Part 1, New Strater Project

Template Walk-Through Part 2 - Tables with Same Names

  1. Introduction
  2. Saving the Template
  3. Loading Your Template
  4. Updating the Borehole View
Length: 4:24
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Template Walk-Through Part 2 - Tables with Same Names

Template Walk-Through Part 3 - Tables with Different Names

  1. Introduction
  2. Saving the Template
  3. Loading Your Template
  4. Updating the Borehole View
Length: 5:06
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Template Walk-Through Part 3 - Tables with Different Names

The View-Only Template

  1. Introduction
  2. Saving a View-Only Template
  3. Using a Template with Same-Name Data Tables
  4. Using a Template with Differently-Named Data Tables
Length: 5:02
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The View-Only Template

Borehole View Customization

  1. Introduction
  2. Header/Footer
  3. Wrap Linked Text
  4. Arrange Tools
  5. Hang Boreholes on Mean Sea Level or Reference Layer
  6. Draw Unconformity
Length: 8:24
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Borehole View Customization

Displaying Multiple Boreholes in a Borehole View

This video focuses on displaying multiple boreholes in a single borehole view. This is often done to display information about different boreholes side by side.

Length: 2:12
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Strater 4 Multiple Boreholes

Print Multiple Logs

This topic focuses on printing multiple logs in Strater 4. This feature is often desired if you want to print the same borehole view for multiple boreholes without individually switching the Hole ID Filter

Length: 1:21
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Strater 4 Print Multiple Logs

Add a Complex Text Log

This tech tip video focuses on adding a complex text log in Strater 4. Complex text logs are used to display text at specific depths or intervals. A common use is to display lithology descriptions, measurement notes, and general text involving interval data.

Length: 1:30
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Strater Tech Tip Complex Text

Voxler Compatibility Tools

  1. Introduction
  2. Export Cross Section
  3. Create WellRender
  4. Create VolRender
Length: 6:20
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Voxler Compatibility Tools

 

Strater 3

Introduction

This video is an introduction to Strater 3. The functions and main layout of the program are are covered in this video.

Length: 7:26
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Introduction Video - Strater 3

Creating and Editing Line/Symbol and Depth Logs

This video demonstrates how to create and edit Line/Symbol and Depth logs.

Length: 6:52
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Creating and Editing Line/Symbol and Depth Logs

Schemes

Schemes provide a mechanism for you to define various drawing properties, such as fill properties, that are matched to the database information. This video demonstrates how to create schemes in two different ways and customize them to fit your needs.

Length: 7:18
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Schemes

Zone and Lithology Logs

This video demonstrates how to create and edit a few options of Zone and Lithology Logs.

Length: 6:40
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Creating Zone and Lithology Logs

 

Webinar

Frequently Asked Questions of Strater 4

  1. How can I use a raster log in Strater?
  2. How can I add logs to my cross section?
  3. How can I add a well construction log to my view?
Length: 40:26
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Frequently Asked Questions of Strater 4

Voxler Compatibility Webinar

  1. Export borehole and cross sections from Strater.
  2. Create surface layers using Surfer grids.
  3. Create 3D model with layers.
  4. Use Didger to obtain an aerial image.
Length: 27:56
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Voxler Compatibility

Which Program Do I Need

This webinar highlights the main features in the six Golden Software products and the types of data that each uses.

Length: 21:51
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What Program Do I need

Strater 4 Cross Section FAQs

  1. How do I create a cross section?
  2. How can I show my cross section logs at the proper elevation?
  3. How can I change the colors of my cross section layers and make the logs match?
  4. How can I customize my cross section view (legend, scale bar, well headers, etc.)?
  5. How can I display the ground surface on my cross section?
Length: 44:33
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Strater 4 Cross Section FAQs

Master the New Features of Strater 4

  1. Displaying deviation paths in the map view
  2. Displaying logs as deviated in the cross section
  3. Manually creating layers on a cross section
  4. Creating a cross section from line/symbol logs
  5. Setting and changing coordinate systems in the map view
Length: 37:53
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Strater Webinar

Frequently Asked Questions of Strater 3

  1. Can I plot elevation as well as depth, and if so where do I do it?
  2. How can I load a custom fill pattern?
  3. How can I create a Header and populate it with linked text objects?
  4. How can I hang my cross section on elevation?
  5. Can I overlay a log on a cross section?
  6. How do I save or use a template?
Length: 40:01
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Schemes

 

FAQs

Q1. What is the latest version?
Q2. How can I get the latest version of Strater?
Q3. Where can I find a list of fixes and changes between versions?
Q4. What are Strater's system requirements?
Q5. How do I install Strater?
Q6. How do I uninstall Strater?
Q7. Should I uninstall the demo version before installing the full version, or can I activate the demo to become the full version?
Q8. Do I need to uninstall an older version of Strater before installing a new version?
Q9. Do you offer training?
Q10. Where can I find my serial number?
Q11. Is technical support free?
Q12. Is Strater 4 compatible with Windows 64-bit (XP, Vista, 7, 8)
Q13. Should I install Strater 32-bit or Strater 64-bit?
Q14. What is the SDG file compatibility between different versions of Strater?
Q15. I have a more technical question about the program, where can I find the answer?
Q16. Why should I upgrade to Strater 4?
Q17. What are the terms of the Golden Software End User License Agreement?

Q1. What is the latest version?
A.
The most recent version of Strater is 4.2.1368.

Q2. How can I get the latest version of Strater?
A.
Minor updates (i.e. version 4.0 to 4.2) may be downloaded for free if your serial number is registered. Connect your computer to the Internet, then go to Help | Check for Update in Strater. This will download the latest patch and install it on your machine. Information about the latest version is listed on the Version History page.

If you experience any problems with this command or would like to download the full version of the updated software, please email your registered Strater serial number to stratersupport@goldensoftware.com. Once your serial number is verified, we will send you download instructions.

Major upgrades (i.e. version 3 to version 4) cost US$149 plus shipping. Refer to the order form for more information.

Q3. Where can I find a list of fixes and changes between versions?
A.
A list of changes and fixes between minor versions (i.e. 4.0 to 4.2) can be found here.

Q4. What are Strater's system requirements?
A.
Strater's system requirements are available here.

Q5. How do I install or uninstall Strater?
A.
Installing Strater 4 requires that you be logged into an account that has Administrator rights. Golden Software does not recommend installing Strater 4 over any previous version of Strater. Please ensure that you install Strater 4 into a new directory, which is what will happen by default. Strater 4 can co-exist with older versions as long as they are in different directories.

To begin the installation, either insert the CD into the CD-ROM drive, or double-click on the downloaded EXE file to run it. See below for details of each method.

Installing Strater on a Local Drive from CD:

  1. Insert the CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive. The Setup program automatically begins on most computers.
  2. Choose the "Install Strater" option from the screen and setup will begin.

If the Setup program does not automatically start, double-click on the My Computer icon on your desktop. Open the CD-ROM drive which contains the Strater disk by double-clicking on the CD-ROM icon. From the CD-ROM folder find and double-click on Autorun.exe to launch Strater's Setup program. Select "Install Strater" and setup will begin.

Installing Strater on a Local Drive Using a Downloaded EXE:

  1. Double-click on the My Computer icon on your desktop and navigate to the folder containing the downloaded file.
  2. Double-click the downloaded file to begin the installation process.

 

Q6. How do I uninstall Strater?
A.
To uninstall Strater:

Windows XP
To uninstall Strater, go to the Control Panel and double click on Add/Remove Programs. Select “Strater 4” (or “Strater 4 Demo” for the demo version) from the list of installed applications. Click the Remove button to uninstall Strater.

Vista
To uninstall Strater when using the Regular Control Panel Home, click the Uninstall a program link. Select “Strater 4” (or “Strater 4 Demo” for the demo version) from the list of installed applications. Click the Uninstall button to uninstall Strater.

To uninstall Strater when using the Classic View, go to the Control Panel and double click on Programs and Features. Select “Strater 4” (or “Strater 4 Demo” for the demo version) from the list of installed applications. Click the Uninstall button to uninstall Strater.

Windows 7
To uninstall Strater, go to the Control Panel and click the Uninstall a program link. Select “Strater 4” (or “Strater 4 Demo” for the demo version) from the list of installed applications. Click the Uninstall button to uninstall Strater.

Q7. Should I uninstall the demo version before installing the full version, or can I activate the demo to become the full version?
A.
Yes, you should uninstall the Strater demo before installing the full version of Strater. There is not a way to “activate” the demo version to become the full version.

Q8. Do I need to uninstall an older version of Strater before installing a new version?
A.
You do not need to uninstall previous versions of Strater (i.e Strater 1) before installing Strater 4, provided you install them in different directories. By default, this will be the case.

You do not need to uninstall a previous version of Strater 4 before installing an updated version of Strater 4, as the installation package will automatically do this for you.

Q9. Do you offer training?
A.
Golden Software does not offer training courses, but does offer a variety of training resources:

 

Q10. Where can I find my serial number?
A.
Your Strater serial number is located on the CD cover or in the email download instructions, depending on how you purchased Strater. Please register your serial number online. After you install Strater and run it for the first time, you can also find your serial number by opening the software and going to Help | About Strater. The About Strater dialog will show the serial number.

Q11. Is technical support free?
A.
Yes, technical support is free to all users for as long as you own the product. You must register your product in order to receive technical support. You can reach technical support by phone, fax, or email.

Q12. Is Strater 4 compatible with Windows 64-bit (XP, Vista, 7, 8)?
A.
Yes, Strater 4 comes as a 32-bit application and as a 64-bit application. Both can be installed and run on Windows 64-bit.

Q13. Should I install Strater 32-bit or Strater 64-bit?
A.
If you are using a 32-bit version of Windows, then you should install Strater 32-bit.

If you are using a 64-bit version of Windows, we recommend installing the 64-bit version of Strater 4. Although Strater 32-bit is capable of installing and running on Windows 64-bit, the 32-bit version of Strater 4 does not take advantage of the increased 64-bit memory space.

Q14. What is the SDG file compatibility between different versions of Strater?
A.
Strater 4 can open SDG files from all previous versions of Strater. Strater 4 can only save SDG files in the Strater 4 format. Previous versions of Strater (i.e. Strater 2 or Strater 3) cannot open the Strater 4 SDG files.

Q15. I have a more technical question about the program, where can I find the answer?
A.
For more technical questions and answers, please visit our Knowledge Base.

Q16. Why should I upgrade to Strater 4?
A.
Strater 4 offers a host of new features to make your well log, borehole and cross section plotting easier than ever! Along with creating cross sections from line logs, manually creating cross section layers, showing the logs as inclined according to deviation data, showing deviation paths in the map view, and supporting coordinate systems in the map view, Strater 4 also offers many improvements to the borehole view. Improvements in the borehole view include wrapping linked text onto multiple lines, formatting numeric labels for bar, zone bar and text logs, creating text logs from depth data and setting the reference datum for the borehole view. Strater 4 is a must have upgrade for anyone utilizing Strater 1, 2 or 3. For more information about these exciting new features and more, check out the What’s New in Strater 4 web page.

Q17. What are the terms of the Golden Software End User License Agreement?
A. The full details of the End User License Agreement (EULA) may be found at http://www.goldensoftware.com/home/terms-of-use. The salient points of the EULA are as follows:

  • All Golden Software licenses are single user licenses, where a user is a person and not a machine.
  • Licenses may not be shared among multiple users.
  • Network installation is allowed, as long as a separate license is purchased for each individual user who will access the network install. For instance, if 4 different users plan to access the software, 4 individual licenses must be purchased.
  • Software may only be used on one computer at any time.
  • Software may be installed on multiple computers (i.e. home, office desktop, and field laptop), as long as only the licensed user accesses the software on any of the computers.
  • One (1) copy of the software and one (1) copy of the user documentation maybe be made for backup purposes only.
  • License may be transferred to another user by the registered user contacting the Golden Software sales department.
  • After a license is transferred to another user, the original user must uninstall the software from all machines they had it installed on. Any copies on original user’s hard-disk drive(s) or back-up media must also be destroyed.
  • After a license is upgraded to a newer version, the older software must be uninstalled. Any older version CDs, serial numbers, or backup copies on hard-disk drive(s) or back-up media must be destroyed within sixty (60) days of the upgrade.

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What's New

What's New in Strater 4?

Strater 4 takes well log, borehole and cross section plotting to a new level in ease of use. Strater users will experience major improvements in every aspect of functionality to increase log production speed and quality. The major additions and changes are highlighted in this section.






Display deviated boreholes as inclined logs in the cross section view

Display the logs in the cross section as inclined according to their deviation data!


Display your borehole inclination or dip in the cross section.

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Show deviation paths of wells in the map view

In most industries vertical boreholes are the stuff of legends. Strater 4 recognizes this and allows you to show the true path of your borehole in the map view.


Show the true deviation path of your boreholes on the map view.

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Set and change coordinate system in the map view

It’s never been easier to add combine data from a multitude of sources to create the most informative maps possible. Now that Strater supports Golden Software’s full coordinate system library, you can mix and match data from different coordinate systems, giving you tremendous flexibility and times savings when creating your maps and displaying cross sections in the desired units!


Set the coordinate system of each of your map layers and change the coordinate system of the map as a
whole in this easy-to-use setup.

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Create cross sections from line logs

Don’t have lithology data for your boreholes? Not to worry! Strater 4 allows you to create a cross section from line logs. Add or import layer marks to indicate the layer picks, and then specify if they are the tops or bottoms of the layer.


Create a visually stunning cross section from geophysical or other depth-registered data.

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Create cross section layers manually

If you’re not happy with the default cross section layers that Strater creates for you, delete them and easily and quickly create your own layers! Customize your cross sections using your years of experience to guide you.


With a few simple clicks you can create manual cross section layers that reflect
what you know to be true about the subsurface.

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Export data to Voxler using new commands

Compatibility with Voxler is now even better! Utilize the stunning 3D visualization of Voxler to show your well paths and volumes.


Export from your Strater tables to display VolRenders and WellRenders in
Voxler’s 3D interface.

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Show the header and footer only on specified pages

Pick your pages: only show the header or footer on the first page, last page, or on all pages in the view or when you print.


Choose to show the header only on the first page and the footer only on the last page!

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Draw unconformity lines to show an unconformable contact

Draw an unconformity between different lithologies in any view! You have complete control over the amplitude and wavelength of the waves.

Draw unconformable contacts between lithologies in your borehole (left) or cross section (right) view.

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Add a horizontal scale bar to a cross section

Add horizontal scale bars to your cross section, and change the display units!


Display the distance across your cross section using a horizontal scale bar.

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Templates are easier to use!

Open a template and import the data for all tables immediately! When you click OK, the log is exactly what you need without spending extra time importing data into all the individual data tables.


Import data to use in the template as soon as you open the template file! Once you import data for a table in the template, this is indicated by a change of color.

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Change the units in the cross section well header or the scale bar!

You have full control over the units displayed in the well header and scale bar in the cross section view. As long as the map has units defined, you can convert the units (even lat/long!) to any other units such as meters, feet, miles or kilometers to display on the cross section.


Change the units of the well header and scale bar in the cross section.
For example, a map in latitude and longitude can display well headers in
meters and a scale bar in kilometers.

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Set the Spacing of Multiple Objects

Do you want all your logs exactly next to each other? The space objects commands now work on more than 2 objects at a time!


Select your logs, click the button and all the space is
removed between the logs.

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Set the Spacing Between Objects

Set all your logs exactly the same width apart! No more painstaking math to calculate the position of each log, or inaccurate eyeball spacing!


Set the spacing between multiple selected objects, such as the spacing
between all logs in your view, with one simple command.

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Wrap Linked Text to Multiple Lines

Specify the width of a linked text object, and any text that exceeds that length is wrapped to the next line!


Specify the width of your linked text
object and have the text wrap to multiple lines.

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Replicate Your Borehole View

Creating an exact copy of a borehole view in your project is easy with the new view-only template! Previously, you could only save as a full template, complete with data tables and all views in the project. If you only wanted one view, you would need to delete all the extra information after the template was loaded. Now you can save only a single borehole view as a view-only template; no data tables, no extra views. Just save the view to the view template, open the view template, assign the existing data (or choose to import new data), and the copy is created!


Save a single borehole view to a view-only template file! No data tables,
no extra views; just the information you need.

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Specify Inclination or Dip for Hole Angle

Specify the angle of the hole as either inclination or dip! Previously, you could only use inclination. Don’t modify your data to work with Strater, choose to let Strater handle your data as it is!

Import your survey data specifying the hole angle as either dip or inclination data! It is your choice.

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Additional Usability Enhancements

  • Set the Reference Datum in the borehole view to hang the view on mean sea level or a marker bed.
  • Format numeric text labels in complex text logs, zone bar logs, bar logs.
  • Group objects and logs together in the log pane.
  • Depth logs and scale bars can update the minimum and maximum values automatically, but you get to choose the interval of the major ticks.
  • Create text logs from depth data tables and the text is located at the depth specified.
  • View the XY units of a map in the status bar when you move the cursor over the map.
  • Open multiple data files into new data tables at once.
  • Import multiple data files into an existing data table at once.
  • Apply a mathematical function on the data in the data tables.
  • Format numeric linked text objects.
  • Set the width for all objects at once.
  • Import formats added:
    • JPEG2000 format
    • PDF and GeoPDF
    • XLSM
    • SEG-P1
  • Export formats added:
    • PNG/GIF with transparency
    • JPEG2000
    • All data tables to a multi-sheet XLSX format

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System Requirements

  • Windows XP SP2 or higher, Vista, 7, 8 (excluding RT) or higher
  • 32-bit and 64-bit supported
  • 1024 x 768 or higher monitor resolution with 16-bit (or higher) color depth
  • At least 500 MB free hard disk space
  • At least 512 MB RAM minimum, 1 GB RAM recommended

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