Strater displays your raw data as borehole and well logs, maps and cross sections. Strater offers unsurpassed flexibility in design and layout. Strater’s intuitive point-and-click user interface makes it easy to quickly visualize your subsurface data and create professional reports.
Strater is a powerful and innovative well log, borehole and cross section plotting software package for geoscientists. With its modern and easy-to-use user interface, Strater is so straightforward even a beginner can create high-quality professional representations of subsurface data in no time.
Strater is compatible with all popular data formats, and can graphically display the data in fourteen fully customizable log types. Maps and cross sections are just a click away. All aspects of your design are easily changeable by simply clicking on it and updating its properties. Batch print or export all your hole data, and save your project file to a template to make log creation efficient and consistent for future projects.
We want to make sure you can have all your information easily accessible in one project file. Strater projects are made up of views (borehole views, map views, and cross section views) and data tables. The graphical display in each of the views is based on the data loaded into the data tables. It’s as simple as that!
Strater offers unsurpassed flexibility in log design and layout. The advanced user interface makes designing and displaying your data easier than ever. Simply select the log type you want to create, click on the page where you want the log to be created, specify a data file and the import parameters, and the log is created. No other log plotting package in its class can create logs this easily.
Strater can create a map of your area, showing borehole locations and base map files. You can create a wells map, which posts a symbol at each borehole location. You can label the symbols, change the symbol properties of the individual boreholes, show the deviation paths for the boreholes, and add base maps.
Automatically create true, full-color customizable cross sections! Cross sections can be created from your lithology or interval data by simply connecting boreholes in a map view and pressing a button. Subsurface visualization has never been this easy.
Strater logs give you full control over all log parameters. You can accept the Strater defaults to automatically create a log, or select a log and easily customize the log features in the Property Manager.
Utilize the header and footer design areas to include comprehensive text descriptions, linked text, legends, imported image files, or drawing objects. You can set the header and footer areas to be any size you wish.
Quickly prepare your data with Strater’s spreadsheet-like data table features.
Strater allows you the flexibility of displaying your data in measured depth or true vertical depth! Specify the inclination and azimuth information for your hole either in the collars table (a single set of values for the entire hole), in the data table with the actual hole data, or load a deviation survey into a survey table.
Quickly and easily visualize your borehole data in 3D with Voxler! Strater comes with built-in commands that will transfer the data from Strater and build the visualization automatically in Voxler.
It is faster to update a project with new data than to start from scratch. Using template files is an essential tool designed to make bulk log processing easy and efficient. Once a project file is designed, you can reuse the design by saving it as a template.
Schemes provide a way to load drawing properties based on a keyword or range value defined in the imported data. For example, a lithology log uses a lithology keyword scheme. The lithology keyword scheme contains keywords, such as granite, clay, etc.
Use the View Manager to manage the different borehole views, cross section views, and map views contained in the project. Multiple views are useful for displaying multiple designs for multiple boreholes or displaying different layouts for the same data.
The Object Manager makes viewing and editing any object simple. It displays all the objects in the active view window, organized by their design areas, in an easy-to-use hierarchical tree arrangement. Select objects in the Object Manager to easily edit them in the Property Manager, or check and uncheck the check box to show or hide them.
The user-friendly Property Manager allows you to interactively edit any object's properties. Select any object and the Property Manager updates with the specific properties for that object. Once you make a change, you can see the effects of that change immediately in the borehole view – without having to click any OK or Apply buttons.
Print your borehole design, map or cross section to any Windows compatible printer or plotter. Choose between single-page and continuous printing. If the print contents exceeds the page size you are printing to, you can choose to truncate the design to the page size, fit the design to the page, or print the design tiled on multiple pages.
Strater is packed full of additional features designed to make your job faster and easier.
Strater supports many data and import/export formats.
Strater 4 takes well log, borehole and cross section plotting to a new level in ease of use. Strater users will experience major improvements in every aspect of functionality to increase log production speed and quality. The major additions and changes are highlighted in this section.
Display the logs in the cross section as inclined according to their deviation data!
Display your borehole inclination or dip in the cross section.
In most industries vertical boreholes are the stuff of legends. Strater 4 recognizes this and allows you to show the true path of your borehole in the map view.
Show the true deviation path of your boreholes on the map view.
It’s never been easier to add combine data from a multitude of sources to create the most informative maps possible. Now that Strater supports Golden Software’s full coordinate system library, you can mix and match data from different coordinate systems, giving you tremendous flexibility and times savings when creating your maps and displaying cross sections in the desired units!
Set the coordinate system of each of your map layers and change the coordinate system of the map as a
whole in this easy-to-use setup.
Don’t have lithology data for your boreholes? Not to worry! Strater 4 allows you to create a cross section from line logs. Add or import layer marks to indicate the layer picks, and then specify if they are the tops or bottoms of the layer.
Create a visually stunning cross section from geophysical or other depth-registered data.
If you’re not happy with the default cross section layers that Strater creates for you, delete them and easily and quickly create your own layers! Customize your cross sections using your years of experience to guide you.
With a few simple clicks you can create manual cross section layers that reflect
what you know to be true about the subsurface.
Compatibility with Voxler is now even better! Utilize the stunning 3D visualization of Voxler to show your well paths and volumes.
Export from your Strater tables to display VolRenders and WellRenders in
Voxler’s 3D interface.
Pick your pages: only show the header or footer on the first page, last page, or on all pages in the view or when you print.
Choose to show the header only on the first page and the footer only on the last page!
Draw an unconformity between different lithologies in any view! You have complete control over the amplitude and wavelength of the waves.
Draw unconformable contacts between lithologies in your borehole (left) or cross section (right) view.
Add horizontal scale bars to your cross section, and change the display units!
Display the distance across your cross section using a horizontal scale bar.
Open a template and import the data for all tables immediately! When you click OK, the log is exactly what you need without spending extra time importing data into all the individual data tables.
Import data to use in the template as soon as you open the template file! Once you import data for a table in the template, this is indicated by a change of color.
You have full control over the units displayed in the well header and scale bar in the cross section view. As long as the map has units defined, you can convert the units (even lat/long!) to any other units such as meters, feet, miles or kilometers to display on the cross section.
Change the units of the well header and scale bar in the cross section.
For example, a map in latitude and longitude can display well headers in
meters and a scale bar in kilometers.
Do you want all your logs exactly next to each other? The space objects commands now work on more than 2 objects at a time!
Select your logs, click the button and all the space is
removed between the logs.
Set all your logs exactly the same width apart! No more painstaking math to calculate the position of each log, or inaccurate eyeball spacing!
Set the spacing between multiple selected objects, such as the spacing
between all logs in your view, with one simple command.
Specify the width of a linked text object, and any text that exceeds that length is wrapped to the next line!
Specify the width of your linked text
object and have the text wrap to multiple lines.
Creating an exact copy of a borehole view in your project is easy with the new view-only template! Previously, you could only save as a full template, complete with data tables and all views in the project. If you only wanted one view, you would need to delete all the extra information after the template was loaded. Now you can save only a single borehole view as a view-only template; no data tables, no extra views. Just save the view to the view template, open the view template, assign the existing data (or choose to import new data), and the copy is created!
Save a single borehole view to a view-only template file! No data tables,
no extra views; just the information you need.
Specify the angle of the hole as either inclination or dip! Previously, you could only use inclination. Don’t modify your data to work with Strater, choose to let Strater handle your data as it is!
|Import your survey data specifying the hole angle as either dip or inclination data! It is your choice.