Configuring your Geological database

GeologXL connects with its datasources in a disconnected manner. This allows for offline capture and editing. Data is organized into layers and categories. You determine the categories and layers you want. Some layers can just be for orientation or data. Others can be the actual capturing layers. The capturing layers will usually come from a database. You can also set up all your metadata. The metadata can come from a database (the usual case) or can be fixed local lists. You...
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Coordinating your data

In GeologXL your data can be coordinated using pegs or beacons and the using tapes to measure off the coordinates. One can place a tape based on known points. One can the set the tape as active, allowing it to be used to coordinate points relative to it. Tapes can have ties and can be based on other tapes allowing coordination when straight line access is not feasible like in underground mines where pillars come in the way etcetera. Pegs or beacons can be loaded into your data set and ...
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GeologXL – Advanced geological mapping for the enterprise

GeologXL provides advanced geological mapping abilities. It is completely  customizable and allows storing your geological data in almost any database or data format. Supported databases include: SQL Server (All versions including Express) Oracle (All versions from 9 up) Postgres MySQL MS Access SQLite GeologXL allows offline operation. Before leaving for the field, download the data you wish to work with. This includes your own custom metadata. Then while out yo...
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