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Customer Spotlight: Dr. John Hall Uses Surfer For Geological Purposes

Golden Software customers possess a broad assortment of backgrounds from earth sciences and engineering to education and politics. This vast background results in a variety of uses for Golden Software’s products. Each customer uses the software in a unique way, and we are pleased to share these stories. This blog features Dr. John Hall of the Geological Survey of Israel and his use of Surfer.

Dr. Hall is a marine geophysicist and doctoral graduate from Columbia University’s Lamont-Doherty Geological (now Earth) Observatory. Upon the completion of his doctorate, he worked for the Geological Survey of Israel until his retirement at the end of 2005. His research includes global tectonics, offshore geophysical surveys, and compilations of detailed gridded topography for Israel and neighboring areas. Although Dr. Hall is retired, he continues to utilize Golden Software’s own contouring, gridding, and 3D surface mapping program, Surfer.

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Hi Chuck, Thanks for your comment! Please contact me at jennifer@goldensoftware.com if you have work you would like to share! We'... Read More
Thursday, 31 December 2015 13:13
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Surfer 13 New Feature Series: Enhanced Attribute Management

Today's Surfer 13 new feature series article highlights new options for managing attributes of base map layers. Below is a republishing of Sabrina Pearson's recent newsletter article (Issue 79, published July 2015) about viewing and changing attributes in Surfer 13. Stay tuned for part two next week: querying attributes!

Your base maps contain important information, information that clarifies content, assists decision making, and supports the preservation of your data. This information is typically stored as attributes, or text information, associated with each object in a base map. For example, the attributes of a polyline representing a river might include the name of the river, its length, and the sediment load at a gauging station. Your maps are only as good as the underlying data; therefore, it is crucial to properly detail this information.

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Hi Shane, There is not an automatic way to slice through multiple grids at once in Surfer 13. I've added your vote for this featu... Read More
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