Enter Downhole Interval Text (I-Text)

The Borehole Manager I-Text table is used to enter non-numeric data which were sampled at depth intervals (with a depth to top and depth to base) down the boreholes. This might apply to sample ID's, color descriptions, and other alphanumeric information. This data can be displayed in striplogs.

The I-Text values can be typed in by hand, as described below, or imported from another source. You may leave this table blank if you have no interval text entries.

See also
     I-Data tables for entry of numeric data for interpolation
     P-Text for non-numeric data entered with single depth points

  1. Access the Borehole Manager
  2. Create a new borehole if necessary, or click on the existing borehole to be edited.
  3. Click on the I-Text tab for the borehole.

  4. Define the data columns if necessary: You can have multiple columns in this table, for your different I-Text components; use the I-Text Types button at the top of the table (or the Project Tables | Types Tables | I-Text Types item in the Project Manager) to define these. (More info).

Once you have the data columns defined, you can enter the data. These instructions are for hand-entering the data; please see the links at the end of this topic for other options.

There is no limit to the number of downhole intervals that you may list for each drill hole.

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