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GMG-Plot: A Plot Interface to GeoScribe

Senior Project: 1992-1993
Christopher Bailey, Christian Elgart, Christopher Joslyn and Chad Scates
Boulder, CO

This project provides a plot interface to GeoScribe, Green Mountain Geophysics' database. GMG-Plot features interactive construction and previewing of plots involving virtually any spatially-variable parameter in Green Mountain's GeoScribe database. Plots can then be transferred to a variety of "hard-copy" devices. The plots may be scaled to any proportion and involve colors and 3D contours. Strong emphasis was placed on flexibility and a GUI consistent with existing GMG Millennium series software. Supported platforms consisted of DOS machines (running Microsoft Windows), Sun 4 (SunOS), DECstation (Ultrix), IBM RS/6000 (AIX), and the Silicon Graphics Indigo (Irix). Supported output devices consisted of PostScript, HP LaserJet Series II, and Epson printers, as well as Versatec color plotters. GMG-Plot will be part of Green Mountain's Millennium Series software, and is portable to both Motif on UNIX workstations and Microsoft Windows on PCs. This product was written in C++ and uses XVT's GUI Interface.

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