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Traverse ID

A Traverse ID is used to identify traverses, and must be entered in:

The Traverse ID is used to associate joint measurements in the Grid Data view, with the respective traverses on which the data was measured.

Since Dips version 7, the Traverse ID can be any alpha-numeric code.

NOTE: In earlier versions of Dips, the Traverse ID was restricted to integer values.

When you initially Add traverses in the Traverse Information dialog, the Traverse ID values are automatically assigned default ID values, according to the Traverse Type (e.g., Linear traverses are initially assigned L1, L2, L3, etc.). However, you may enter any numeric or alpha-numeric value for a Traverse ID.

Each Traverse ID must be unique, you cannot use the same ID for different Traverses.

For Curved Borehole Traverses, the Traverse ID is also required when you input the collar and survey data in the Traverse Information dialog.

Every Traverse ID entered in the Traverse Column in the main spreadsheet, must have a corresponding Traverse defined in the Traverse Information dialog, or else an error message will be displayed in the Sidebar.

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