Exporting Points Data

To export points data, right-click on the points data object in the project tree and select Export. For many points objects, you will be prompted to select which rows to include. Points data can be exported in CSV format (*.csv) or DXF format (*.dxf). Additional export options are available for some types of points, which are described below.

Once you have selected how you wish to export the data, click Export. You will be prompted for a filename and location.

Exporting Intrusion Values

Intrusion values can be extracted from drillhole data as described in Extracting Intrusion Values from Drillhole Data.

There are two options for exporting intrusion values:

  • Export only the contact points. To do this, right-click on the intrusion values object and select Export. If you choose this option, you can export the points in CSV format (*.csv) or DXF format (*.dxf).
  • Export all the points used in creating an intrusion. To do this, right-click on the intrusion values object and select Export Volume Points. If you choose this option, you can only export the points in CSV format (*.csv).

In both cases, you will be prompted for a filename and location.

Exporting Interval Midpoints

Interval midpoints can be extracted from drillhole data, which is described in Extracting Interval Midpoints from Drillhole Data. You can also export midpoints directly from a numeric or indicator interpolant, which is described in Interpolant Midpoints Export.

To export interval midpoints, right-click on the points data object in the project tree and select Export. Interval midpoints can be exported in the following formats:

  • CSV text file (*.csv)
  • Snowden Supervisor CSV file (*.csv)
  • Isatis 3D points file (*.asc)

The values exported are the midpoints of each segment, the X-Y-Z values and the hole ID. The Snowden Supervisor and Isatis 3D points formats also include the interval length.

In each case, you will be prompted for a filename and location.