Options

 

 

Log Plot Options

Log Report options may be modified by selecting Edit -> Options from the Log Design window.

Page Layout

World Length per Page Inch - Scale used for plotting of the downhole portion of the log report in world coordinates per page unit

Max. Above-Ground Height  -  This specifies the above ground height that is shown in the log to display casings that stick up above the ground surface.

Section Height  -  Height of log report sections in inches.  The footer is placed at the bottom of the page and the Downhole section height is set to the remaining space between the Title Block and Footer Sections

Page Header

Data Header

Title Block

Footer

Margin  -  Page margins in inches

 

Options

Hatch Scale Multiplier - All of the hatch patterns in the log are multiplied by this scale to provide for global control over the hatch pattern scales.

Depth Units -  Indicates depth units that are displayed on the axes and other locations.

Show Grid -  Place check to show the grid in the Log Design window.  All objects will snap to the grid points.

Grid Resolution - Spacing of the grid points in the log design window.

Data Field - Depth to Water (non-EQuIS database users) - Select data field from Wells table that will be used for display of depth to water.  This field is used in the downhole plots, where the depth to water has been elected to be plotted.

dt_water_table.type (EQuIS users) Select from the populated values of dt_water_table.type, to select dt_water_table records deemed to be representative of the depth to water.  All water depth values are presumed to be relative to the top of casing elevation specified in dt_well.top_casing_elev.

Data Field - Depth to NAPL- Select data field from Wells table that will be used for display of depth to NAPL.  This field is used in the downhole plots, where the depth to NAPL has been elected to be plotted.

Screen Field Filter  -  Field for selection of displayed screens.  This allows only a subset of the Screens table records to be used in drawing the screen in the Well Construction downhole plots.  This might be useful for instance when records in the Screens table contain sample intervals from a soil boring.