496GEOSTATS: summary: 3d grid viewer
- Sep 30, 1997Many thanks to Karim Aoudia, Jurgen Herbschleb, Med Bennett, and Uwe Hoepfner
for their replies on 3d grid viewer request. Their replies:
GMT allows you 3D mapping.
You may ftp it from pub/gmt on any of the following sites. Try
the site that is closest to you to minimize transmission times:
Site FTP address
SOEST, U. of Hawaii kiawe.soest.hawaii.edu [220.127.116.11]
Geosciences Lab., NOAA amos.grdl.noaa.gov [18.104.22.168]
Dept. of Geology, U. in Oslo, Norway granitt.uio.no [22.214.171.124]
It's better to download everything in pub/gmt
You may like to use GMS, see our WWW pages for details.
Check out IDL - http://www.rsinc.com.
It has a 3-D grid isosurface/slicer capability. It retails for $1500
for the PC version - not sure what the Sun version costs.
We do this with our 3D- mining software (Earth vision/Dynamic
Graphics and Entec/Surpac http://www.wismut.de), but I think you
can also use 3D-tools from GIS like the voxel analyst from Intergraph.
Another idea is to use a with lot�s of graphic procedures like IDL
(Interactive Data Language). The mining/GIS software is VERY expensive,
but IDL has a student version (100$). Have a look at:
Institute of Marine Biology of Crete
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