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Vertical Impact Heights

To create a vertical impact heights graph for a Data Collector:

  1. Select Graph Berms Graph Berms icon from the Graphs menu.
  2. The Graph Berms dialog will appear.
  3. Select the berm of interest from the Berms list on the left side of the dialog.
  4. Select Vertical Impact Heights from the Data to Plot list.
  5. Choose the Graph Type. Your options are Histogram Plot or Cumulative Frequency.
  6. If you selected Cumulative Frequency and Percentage (%), specify the sampler location with the Show Marker at input, or deselect Show Marker at.
  7. Specify the Number of Bins.
  8. Select Graph to plot the collector data specified.

The horizontal axis of the vertical impact heights graph is distance from the slope to the location of impact (in global coordinates) and the vertical axis is the number of rocks that ended up in the bin at that location.

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