This tutorial is designed for intermediate-to-advanced level gINT users, and is intended for self-study. You should be familiar with log report design before working through this tutorial.
The depth scale of a log report is the way you specify how many page units (vertical inches or mm measured on the printed page) are used to represent some number of depth units (vertical feet or meters of borehole depth in the field) on output. There are certain default behaviors of the software that generate an appropriate depth scale in response to you entering a fixed depth scale value in REPORT DESIGN or OUTPUT (or leaving this blank). However, users often want more control of the depth scale, such as varying it between projects and/or boreholes, calculating it based on the total depth of the borehole, and so on.
We will create variable legends on a log and a fence, and create a graphic text document showing all material and sampler symbols for the project.
Note: in order to create a fence or graphic text document you will need a license for gINT Professional or Professional Plus.