Seis Line – Tool Kit – Publishing

Seis Line – Publishing

The software provides:

  • An inventory of data format encoders to match the data import decoders.  This permits data to be exported to any required exchange format regardless of the import format.
  • Choice of CRS to which the data is referenced.  This can be different for the CRS used to import the data.
  • Selection of data sub-sets to export and data decimation.
  • Exporting to GIS file formats such as .shp, .kml, kmz.

The Header panel enables the metadata associated with the data to be captured written to the export file:

The CRS to which the exported data is to be referenced is selected in the CRS panel.  This can be different to the CRS to which the imported data was referenced.

A sub-set of the lines contained within the project can be exported.  The ‘Select Lines’ panel will allow the sub-set to be chosen.  This will allow only ‘good lines’ to be chosen, or allow only ‘bad lines’, or a user defined selection.

Export to KML file format

The seismic line data can be exported to KML file format using the GIS export function.   The KML option is selected from the export panel and the data is automatically transformed to WGS84 2D geographical CRS to be compliant with the published format.  The coordinate transformation model used to convert the data is that quoted within the Properties panel of the layer.

Export to Shp file format

The seismic line data can be exported to ESRI .Shp file format using the GIS export function.  The export function will export two .shp files, namely:  Shot points (event points) and seismic line.   The CRS to which the data is exported is a user-defined variable is assigned as part of the export process.  This includes assigning the coordinate transformation model as part of the late binding architecture.


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