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Quantitative Symbolic Plots

If your Symbolic Plot Data Type is QUANTITATIVE, you may customize the range, number of intervals, or use a normal or log scale for the data.

The maximum default number of intervals is 10. However, if you are using a custom range, the maximum number of intervals is 8, since 2 symbols are reserved for data which may be above or below the custom range which you enter.

Plotting Processed Orientations

Processed orientations can be plotted on a Symbolic Plot. The processed orientations (e.g., Processed Trend, Processed Plunge) always appear at the end of the list of data columns, when you are selecting the data to plot from the drop-down list in the Symbolic Plot Options dialog.

If your file uses Traverses with different orientation formats, or if the Declination is non-zero, you should plot Processed orientations rather than the raw data in the Orientation columns.

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