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ftp-able stereonet program
A STEREONET 3.0 FOR WINDOWS DEMO IS NOW AVAILABLE VIA FTP.
New options are:
- Support for both upper and lower hemispheres
- More contouring options (Kamb, Gaussian)
- Better user interface
- Better rose diagrams
The latest version of the demo program can be downloaded by
FTP from anonymous on darwin.ibg.uit.no. The files are located
on the directory pub/stereo and a zip file containing all the
files is found at pub/stereo/zip. If you don't have access to
FTP, the program can be sent via E-mail in uuencode, binhex or
mime format. Requests for getting the demo via E-mail should
be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org, please specify format.
StereoNet is a program for plotting on stereonets and
performing 3D analysis and recalculations. Only available
memory limits the number of points that can be handled. Each
point needs 8 bytes, so 1Mb of RAM can hold 125,000 points.
The graphics are in separate windows, and it is possible to
operate several graphic windows simultaneously. The data can
be plotted in a stereonet with either Schmidt (equal area) or
Wulff (equal angle) projection. Each graphic window is
assigned to the default hemisphere (lower, upper or both)
during creation. It is possible to print the graphic on any
printing device that Windows supports. The graphic can be
copied into other Windows applications via the clipboard.
All these features can be plotted on the same plot.
- Plotting planar data, as great circles.
- Plotting points, with many different symbols
- Plotting contours.
- Plotting rose diagrams.
- Plotting statistics
- Plotting slip linear plots
- 24 bit color support, the user can define any color.
The result of all recalculations can be saved in files and
printed from StereoNet.
- Eigen vector analysis.
- Rotations in 3D.
- Calculating contours.
- Calculating planar data to poles.
- Calculating poles to planar data.
- Calculating intersections between planes.
A 386SX or better PC, 2MB RAM and Windows 3.1 or higher, any
Windows compatible printer and graphic card. Mouse
Bonnie Blackwell, email@example.com
Dept of Geology, (718) 997-3332
Queens College, City University of New York, fax: 997-3349
Flushing, NY 11367-1597