Explore the depths of your data.
O trabalho de reunir os seus dados não é simples. Não se contente com a simples visualização. Utilize as extensas ferramentas de modelação do Surfer para exibir os seus dados da maneira que merece, mantendo a precisão e o rigor. Comunique claramente as informações com o Surfer.
Descubra as profundezas dos seus dados com as inúmeras ferramentas de análise do Surfer. Ajuste os parâmetros de interpolação e de grid, avalie a continuidade espacial dos dados com variogramas, defina falhas e linhas de interrupção ou execute cálculos de grid, como volumes, transformações, suavização ou filtragem. O Surfer transforma rapidamente seus dados em conhecimento.
Comunique as suas descobertas, obtidas com dificuldade, com confiança. Seja para o seu gestor de projeto, orientador de tese ou cliente, o Surfer facilita um entendimento completo e minucioso.
Confiável desde 1983
O Surfer resistiu aos testes do tempo. Veja por si mesmo porque milhares de cientistas e engenheiros em todo o mundo confiam no Surfer para exibir os seus dados.
O Surfer é usado ativamente nos seguintes setores:
– Meio Ambiente
– Gás e petróleo
– Energia renovável
– Serviços de utilidade pública
– Recursos hídricos
What’s New In Surfer 20?
There are a ton of awesome new features in the latest release of Surfer! We focused on increasing processing speed, optimizing workflows to maximize your efficiency, and we included a lot of exciting new features as well. The top new features are listed below. A more complete list of the new features can be found on the Surfer Version History page.
– Mapping Improvements
1. Create Peaks and Depressions maps
You can now create maps showing peaks and depressions with this new feature in Surfer! Highlight zones in which drainage flows away from (peaks) or into (depressions) closed contours. Useful for those working in water resources and geohazard identification, this new features allows quick terrain evaluation and the ability to quickly spot sinkholes or other important karst morphology, fracture zones, lineaments and ridgelines. This new layer type is created from a grid file and it identifies the peaks and depressions in the grid by drawing a polygon around these areas. Color peaks and depressions separately, add directional hachures, label the maxima and minima, and work on a local or map-wide scale. Generate statistical reports for your peaks and depressions that calculates area, volume, orientation, and more!
2. Use a field from the Attribute Table for the Object Name
You can now name the vector objects in a Base(vector) layer using an attribute column in the associated Attribute Table. This means that you no longer need to manually rename each object, or have them all default to the names of Polygon, Polyline, Point and so on. Label county boundary polygons with their name or FIPS code, or name your boreholes by their Well-ID. Finding the right object in your long list just became a whole lot easier!
– Workflow Improvements
3. Calculate individual grid volumes within a collection of polygons
If you have a Base(vector) layer or vector file containing multiple polygons, you can now calculate volumes from a grid within each polygon individually, all in one step. Calculate either the combined volumes for every polygon, or split the report into volumetric data for each individual polygon. Combing this with the new naming objects by attribute feature above, and have each polygon identified clearly by name in the Grid Volume report. This is a big time saver, and no need to use scripting!
4. Calculate individual grid statistics within a collection of polygons
Similar to the new functionality above, statistics generated via Grid Info can now also be calculated for individual polygons in a multi-polygon Base(vector) layer or vector file.
– 3D View Improvements
5. Add Color Scales to the 3D View
It is now possible to display one or more color scales in the 3D View for your points, surfaces and contours. Display a different color scale for each object in the 3D View that uses a colormap. You can have as many as you need. Export your model with colormaps for use in your next stakeholder report.
6. Export to VRML. (.WRL) format
Export your 3D models from the 3D View to VRML format. This 3D Vector model data format is great for working in CAD, and can be manipulated directly in 3D printing software. 3D print some surface models from the VRML format for your next in-person presentation! You can also use this file format in a variety of different 3D modelling software programs such as Cortana, MeshLab, 3DMax, and more.
7. Light point objects using the Environment Lighting
You can now opt to have 3D point objects (cubes and spheres) use the same Environment lighting that applies to your surfaces. Create a consistent source-lit scene that looks great in reports and presentations.
Graphics in the 3D View are now much smoother with the addition of antialiasing. Visual artifacts such as jagged edges, missing parts of lines, and more patterns are now smoothed out for users with modern graphics cards. This smoothing is also maintained during export to image functions and when copying to the clipboard.
– Automation Improvements
9. New functions available via automation
We’ve now added a lot of the newer functionality in Surfer to the automation model.
Create Base from Data map layers via automation
Use Base Symbology for Base layers via automation
Use Grid Z Limits when gridding data via automation
- Use a Z Transform when gridding data via automation
- Save and load the Grid Data settings file (*.SRFGDS) via automation
- Set the Map Frame scaling ratio via automation
- Modify the map scale bar options via automation
- Add top-level Legend objects via automation
- Specify and call new Local Coordinate System via automation
Create Professional Maps
Easily communicate both simple and complex spatial data. Surfer gives you the tools to create high-quality maps to clearly deliver your message to coworkers, iferent, and stakeholders.
Surfer Map Types
Image courtesy of Igor Yashayaev, Bedrod Institute of Oceanography, Canada
Model Data in Multi-Dimensions
Gain deeper insights into your data when viewed in three-dimensional space. Surfer’s 3D viewer makes it easy to model, analyze, and understand all aspects of your data.
Switching between Surfer’s 2D and 3D perspectives ensures you discover all of your data’s patterns and trends.
Achieve a 360⁰ Perspective
- View point data in true 3D space
- Rotate your map
- Walk along the surface
- Adjust the vertical exaggeration
- Create and record fly-through ifere to share with others
LiDAR Point Clouds
LiDAR is na increasingly popular data collection method used within many fields including archaeology, surveying, GIS, and more. Use Surfer’s extensive LiDAR processing and visualization features to take advantage of all that LiDAR has to offer.
Surfer’s LiDAR Point Cloud Features
- Create a point cloud from multiple LAS/LAZ files
- Assign color by elevation, intensity, return number, or classification
- Select points interactively or by criteria
- Remove, reclassify or crop to selected points
- Create a grid from the point cloud or export to LAS/LAZ
- Visualize all aspects of the data in the 3D view
Surfer’s LAS/LAZ Filtering Options
- Spatial filtering based on XY bounds or elevation data limits
- Import every Nth point
- Import only the desired Return type or Classification values
- Import data with specified Source ID
- Flag filters such as scan direction, edge of flight, or synthetic, key, and withheld points
Enhance Maps & Models
Surfer gives you the tools to visualize and model all types of data, but it doesn’t stop there. Surfer’s extensive customization options allow you to convey complex ideas in na easy to understand manner. Enhance your maps and models with a variety of customizations options.
You will be up and running in matter of minutes. Surfer’s user interface was designed to take the guesswork out of learning a new program. We worked hard to streamline workflows so you don’t have to.
Surfer Customization Options
- Add legends, cross sections, magnifiers, scale bars, and multiple axes
- Include headers and footers
- Apply linear or logarithmic color scales
- Adjust tilt, rotation, and field of view angle
- Edit all axis parameters
- Include graticule lines or another grid
- Combine or stack multiple maps
- Define custom line ifere and colors
- Edit ifer, line, fill and symbol properties
- Add ifer, polylines, polygons, symbols, and spline polylines
- Include range rings
- Many more…
Surfer User Interface Features
- Welcome dialog to get you started
- Map wizard to quickly create maps and models
- Customize ribbon and quick access toolbar
- Dock or float all iferen
- Single window to view, edit, and manipulate the data and maps
- Contents window to easily manage layers of maps and models
- Properties window for quick feature editing
- Worksheet window to view or edit raw data
Edit contour lines down to the finest detail. Surfer’s grid editor lets you quickly adjust contour lines by interactively editing the underlying grid file. Brush, warp, smooth, push down or up, iferente grid nodes, and immediately see the changes to your grid-based maps.
- Perform free-hand contour editing
- Brush specific Z values across nodes
- Smooth contours
- Pull up or push down contours in specific areas
- Warp contour lines
- Erase parts of the contour map
- Find the Z value at any XY point location
Full Grid Control
Surfer gives you extensive iferentee grid files. Create isopach maps for structural geology, calculate volumes for inventory management or derivatives for terrain analysis, and even create site suitability models all with grid files. Achieve a complete understanding of your underlying data.
Surfer Grid Features
- Directly edit the underlying grid data
- Calculate volume and ife of grids
- Add, subtract, multiply, and divide grids
- Perform custom mathematical functions on grids
- Calculate differential and integral operations or Fourier and spectral analysis
- Convert ifer to nodata
- Project grids from one coordinate system to another
- Mosaic multiple grids together seamlessly
- Transform, offset, rescale, rotate, or mirror grids
- Filter grids with high- and low-pass filters
- Extract smaller ifer from a grid
- Subtract the Z in the grid from the original Z
Grid Data with Certainty
Have complete confidence in the accuracy of your model. Surfer provides numerous interpolation methods to grid regularly or irregularly spaced data onto a grid or raster, and each interpolation method provides complete iferentee gridding parameters. Plus, no time is wasted with multithreaded gridding!
Surfer Interpolation Features
- Variogram models
- Kriging with external drift
- Faults and breaklines
- iferentee search neighborhood size, shape, and constraints
- Data filtering
- Automatic data statistics
- Create grid files directly from contour polylines
- Grid to convex hull
- Duplicate handling
- Cross validation
- 10iferentee output geometry and resolution
- 10iferent clamp z-values
Make Meaningful Decisions
Get answers to your questions with Surfer’s geoprocessing tools. Process your data and analyze relationships. Narrow down ifer of interest, highlight iferente intersections, or perform mathematical calculations on the underlying data to make informed decisions.
Surfer Geoprocessing Tools
- View, create, edit and delete object attributes using the iferentee Attribute Table
- Calculate iferent values
- Query objects based on iferent values
- Perform Delaunay triangulation
- Reshape, simplify, smooth polylines, polygons, and grids
- Create buffers around points, polylines, and polygons
- Convert between polygons and polylines
- Create polygons by combining existing polygons
- Create points or polygons in intersecting ifer
- Connect or break polylines at specified locations
- Combine and split islands
- Georeference images
- Apply line, fill, and symbol properties based on iferent values
- Display symbology in the legend
- Select symbology based on unique values, unclassed colors and symbols, and classed colors and symbols
Work Seamlessly with all Coordinate Systems
Your job is to transform data into valuable visualizations. Surfer’s job is to make it easy for you. Surfer effortlessly manages unreferenced data and data projected in iferente/multiple coordinate systems. It really is that easy.
Surfer Coordinate System Features
- Over 2500 predefined coordinate systems
- Create custom coordinate systems
- Search coordinate systems by name or EPSG number
- Reproject coordinate systems
- Over 80 ellipsoids
- Over 45 predefined linear units
- Create custom linear units
- Add graticule or grid lines to view iferente coordinate systems on a map
Immediate Access to Online Data
Na abundance of data is at your fingertips waiting to be visualized. Surfer gives you immediate access to worldwide aerial imagery, Open Street Map imagery, worldwide vector data, and terrain data. If you have your own favorite data servers or access to a private data server, include a custom link to that source for easy access. Surfer makes it easy to access the surplus of online data.
Supported server types:
- Web mapping server (WMS)
- Open Street Map server (OSM)
- Web coverage server (WCS)
- Web feature server (WFS)
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