Manage stereographic projections and rose diagrams created after analyzing geological structures and process the output values in the program generating orientation plots. Importing info from ASCII files and text documents is also possible. Mean wind data calculations are included optionally.
For plotting diagrams of geological structural data, rose diagrams and analysis, the GEOrient program is a handy orientation application for you. Your data can be copied and pasted from external spreadsheets or tables displayed in a map or even from GIS map databases. The program allows you to plot your data as great circles, beta intersections or as point symbols and you can also include numeric or non-numeric information such as length, weighting factors, assay values, and other classifications for diagram options. Great circles, beta axes and variance statistics are automatically calculated for you and small circles and other girdles can be added to your data simply by dragging and dropping with your mouse control.
GEOrient also allows you to merge multiple files as a single dataset and you can overlay them as separate plots using different symbols. You can open and arrange multiple plot windows on a page prior to printing too. Your diagrams can be rotated in various ways and linked fault plane and slip data can be plotted as slip arrow plots or as kinematical axes plots. Any symbol or colored annotated point can be overlain on the basic plot and registered users can display up to 99 simultaneous plots.
Just wondering how I can change/fix this.