Upcoming Webinars

Create Detail-Packed Models using Lidar in Surfer

Lidar is a remote sensing method that produces massive point cloud datasets that can be managed, visualized, and analyzed using Surfer. Join Golden Software’s webinar team for our latest webinar where we’ll showcase the best tricks for leveraging LiDAR data to model natural and man-made environments with accuracy, precision and ease.




We’ll focus on specific examples using Surfer’s state-of-art LiDAR processing and visualization tools where you will learn the characteristics of this type of data and how to:

  • Viewing point clouds
  • Filtering using classifications
  • Editing point clouds
  • Reclassifying point clouds
  • Creating surface models from LiDAR


Staff is on hand to answer questions throughout the webinar. Please keep in mind that the spots are limited and can quickly get booked. Book your spot immediately!

Tuesday, August 18, 4-5 pm MT |  Wednesday, August 19, 9-10 am MT

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Strater Cross Section Crash Course

Cross sections are invaluable when visualizing geologic structures, where they show the subsurface geology on a vertical plane below the Earth's surface. Cross sections allow us to gain understanding of geologic structures, water levels, and the subsurface lithology. Join webinar coordinator, Brittany Bodane, where she gives a crash course on creating cross sections in Strater.

Strater can create cross sections from numerous data types, such as LAS files or even a collars table. In this webinar, you'll learn how to create a cross section with any data thrown your way. We'll cover how to edit and reshape layers, display a water level, and show a ground surface all while learning the most common pitfalls to avoid! You'll leave this webinar as a cross section aficionado.

Space is limited so sign up today!

Tuesday, September 15, 4-5 pm MT |  Wednesday, September 16, 9-10 am MT

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Get the Most out of Surfer Base Maps

Surfer supports both vector and raster base maps, which are used to represent various features in the area of interest. The latest release of Surfer makes it easy to add, edit, and apply meaning to base map layers. If you've found yourself wondering when to use each type of base map, and how they can all be used together, then this is the webinar for you!

Join Training coordinator Drew Dudley for this free webinar where he will show you how easy it is to add, edit, and apply meaning to base map layers.

We’ll focus on specific examples of using Surfer’s base map type where you will learn how to:

  • Create base layers from multiple vector and raster files at the same time
  • Edit individual features of vector base layers without entering layers
  • Create new point, line, and polygon features in map coordinates
  • Save and apply symbology to maps
  • Copy formatting from one base layer and apply it to another base layer
  • Create polygons from special shapes to use to assign NoData values to grid files

Space is limited so sign up today!

Tuesday, October 13, 4-5 pm MT |  Wednesday, October 14, 9-10 am MT

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Past Webinars

Create Dynamic Models from Scanned Maps in Surfer

Determine Volumetrics with Isopach Maps in Surfer

Discover the Unexpected in your Data with Grapher

Increase Efficiency with Surfer's Latest Features

Mastering Strater's Well Construction Log

Displaying and Analyzing Streamflow Forecasts Using Surfer

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