This release fixes a bug introduced in 1.2.0 which causes the software to crash when attempting to edit the line number for a per-day acquisition data entry item.
This version contains a minor update to the MMO Operations Timing Sections output, adding the timing item comment and adjusted end date into the output
This version contains a major update to the multiple vessel options.
The system now supports two different options for multi-vessel operations, the original method using a single data entry table and selecting the relevant vessel from a field within the data entry.
The new method allows for separate data entry sections to be defined for each vessel
The data entry for each vessel can be configured
The entered data is available for reporting for both the individual vessels and as a combined output
It is also now possible to configure the system to use one of three display themes
This release contains a couple of minor updates.
With this version it is now possible to use the Excel Import tool to load in a file containing Start and End Shots (or Stations) into a Data Entry table which is set to record individual points
This version contains a couple of small updates for land surveys. Skips and Compensation fields are now available in all land data entry types, and the system now contains 2D and 3D daily report templates for land projects.
This version includes two new tools which can be accessed from the main toolbar
The Current Viewer tool is designed for viewing Nortek current data files – this is the CurrentPoint application which was previously available as a separate product
The P1 Map tool shows a number of shots from a P1 file – this is intended for viewing 2D streamer feather, but will work for any P1
This version updates the system to compute totals of skipped and compensation shots.
This version also updates the attribute system to enable the loading of multiple SBS or CSV shot-by-shot attribute files, and also allows fixed axes on the attribute graphs.
This version fixes a minor bug in the Excel Importer, where the Ignore Zero Value option didn’t work correctly when importing shot numbers
This version updates the attribute system to allow for the generation of shot-by-shot attributes from P1, SBS and CSV files
These attribute graphs are generated from within the Attribute Manager.
For the P1 attributes, once the P1 file has been loaded, right click on the P1 file icon and select “View Shot-by-Shot Attributes”
This will display the attribute graphs
The attribute or a group of attributes can be selected for display using the dropdown list in the bottom left corner of the window.
For the CSV and SBS file attributes, right-click on the Line and select the relevant menu item
This will also display the attribute data loaded from the file, as both individual attributes and as groups
In the Attribute display window it is possible to automatically save an image of graph into the Images section of the CheckPoint database. To do so, click on the “Save Image” for each graph you wish to add and then click on OK. The graphs will be automatically added to CheckPoint and linked to the selected line
These images are also assigned tags so that they can be added into a Line Log report