Upcoming Webinars

Speed Up Your Workflow with Grapher v13!

Grapher, our 2D and 3D graphing and analysis software application, offers an extensive selection of graph types and innumerable customization options that make it easy to communicate complex data in an easy-to-understand format.

The latest release includes many improvements and features that streamline the data-to-publication process.

Join us during this free webinar to learn the improvements and new features in Grapher 13 that will speed up your workflows, including:

  1. Fully-customizable Piper Plots
  2. Streamlined graph wizard
  3. Redesigned ribbon bar
  4. Redesigned Property Manager

Staff is on hand to answer any of your specific questions.

Tuesday, January 23, 2018 10am MST or Wednesday, January 24, 2018 2pm MST

Visualize Water Quality Data in Grapher

Grapher, our 2D and 3D graphing and analysis software application, offers a variety of graph types to better understand water quality data. In this webinar, you will learn how easy it is to create Stiff, Piper, and Durov plots to visualize the chemical composition of water samples. You will learn best practices when formatting water data, how to create the different plot types, different customization options for publication-quality visuals, and finally, different ways to analyze the water quality data.

Staff is on hand to answer any of your specific questions.

Tuesday, February 6, 2018 2pm MST or Thursday, February 8, 2018 10am MST

Create Accurate Surface Models with Faults and Breaklines in Surfer

When modeling surfaces, breaklines and faults are used to show discontinuities on the surface. Some examples include streams or rivers, cliffs and overhangs, or any other geological shift. Surfer, our 2D and 3D mapping, modeling, and analysis software package, is well-known for its extensive surface modeling options.

When you attend this free webinar, you will learn how to apply faults and breaklines during the gridding process to create the most accurate and representational surfaces. At the conclusion of the webinar, you will understand what breaklines and faults are, how to create them, and how to apply them when gridding data in Surfer.

Attendee questions and comments are welcomed during this webinar!

Tuesday, February 27, 2018 10am MST or Thursday, March 1, 2018 2pm MST

Achieve Deeper Insight with Grapher’s Fit Curves

Assigning fit curves to data is the process of constructing a curve that bests fit a series of data points which may be subject to constraints. These curves can be represented as mathematical functions, and they help to better understand the data.

Join us during this free webinar to learn more about Grapher’s fit curve functionality. Choose from a wide assortment of built-in fit curves or create your own custom fit specific to your data.

Staff is on hand to answer any of your questions.

Tuesday, March 13, 2018 10am MST or Thursday, March 15, 2018 2pm MST

Groundwater Remediation Case Study – Modeling a LNAPL Release

Thousands of locations across the United States require groundwater remediation efforts to prevent gasoline, diesel, and other petroleum hydrocarbon products from contaminating groundwater. These non-soluble contaminants are also referred to as light non-aqueous phase liquid releases, or LNAPL.

Steve Boynton, owner and operator of Subsurface Environmental Solutions, joins product manager Drew Dudley as they present a case study where Surfer and Voxler were used to model the soil saturation based on a LNAPL release. The case study incorporates 3D gridding techniques, surface generation, and the development of a 3D model to clearly delineate the extent of the LNAPL release.

This free webinar is open to all!

Tuesday, April 10, 2018 10am MST or Thursday, April 12, 2018 2pm MST

Past Webinars

Processing LiDAR Data in Surfer

New Features in Surfer v15 - 3D Viewer, LiDAR Point Cloud, Base Symbology

Automate the Map Creation Process in Surfer

Create a Site Suitability Model in Surfer

An Intro to Mapping & Modeling XYZ Data in Surfer

Georeference Imagery & Recreate Contours in Surfer

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