Warrior Software Version 7.0 Standard Cased Hole
9.5 Screen Plot
Select a database and dataset Go to Options and select the depth interval, plot presentation, etc.. Go
to Action and select Screen Plot. The log will appear as below.
The plot may be paused by using the Pause button and terminated by reselecting Screen Plot. The
plot may be paused at any time and the scroll bar, used to move back through the log to any zone of
interest. When moving the scroll bar, the actual log depth, corresponding to the scroll bar position, is
indicated in a box in the centre of the log plot window. A popup window opens by right-clicking on the
plot, displaying all the curve's values at the mouse position
Note that the plot may be paused (or terminated) during logging without any loss of data, and
subsequently returned to the current logging depth.
A plot may also be generated by directly selecting Screen Plot under the Action menu. A file selection
box will be displayed.
Select a file in the standard Windows manner. If a presentation file is associated with the selected
database, the plot will start immediately; otherwise a file selection box will be presented. Selecting a
suitable presentation file will cause the plot to commence.
Presentations may also be selected under the Options menu at any time, as previously described.
Generates a hard copy plot to Warrior supported scrolling plotters devices and any Windows
supported printer/plotter. Hardcopy can also generate PDF and TIFF files of the log, simply select
the required option from the pulldown list.
9.6.1 Plot a Hardcopy
To plot a hardcopy, select Hardcopy… from the Actions menu. The selection of the database
file, the presentation file and other menu options are identical to those of the screen plot.
Selecting the Hardcopy… menu item brings up the following dialog box.
FIG: 9.10 Hardcopy dialog Box
There are normally several choices of printer. These include two classes of output. First, plotters
supported by Warrior in the real-time scrolling mode, and second printers/plotters supported by
Windows and installed on the system. Note that in the Windows mode, the output takes place in a
paged manner, and that this mode is not suitable for use during logging.
The number of copies and the media selection, for those printers that support it, can be chosen
here. For those printers that support fanfold paper, Top of Form moves to the next fold. On some
printers this will skip a fold so that new plots will start on an outside page when folded.
9.6.2 Close the Current Plot & Select New Data
Click on the plot selection, e.g. Screen Plot, and the plot is terminated. New Database file and
Dataset selection may be made from the File menu, and presentation and other options may be
chosen from the Options menu.