QuickLog/QuickCross/Fence/QuickGIS/QuickSoil/ChemGraph - boring logs (borehole logs), fence diagrams, well lithology/well construction software

QuickLog/QuickCross/Fence/QuickGIS/QuickSoil/ChemGraph Categories: geotechnical models, ground-water database programs

QuickLog, QuickCross/Fence, QuickGIS
QuickSoil, ChemGraph Overview

Groundwater Modules

Database Manager


QuickLog greatly speeds and simplifies the process of creating boring logs (borehole logs)/well lithology. Completely menu driven, QuickLog is intended to be used by geologists or data entry staff members to create boring logs diagrams without the need for a CAD system. Hundreds of different formats can be created without programming or lengthy formatting.


The QuickCross and QuickFence modules use data already entered in QuickLog to create 2-D cross sections and 3-D fence diagrams. Using the new drawing tools, you can now edit the drawings right on the preview screen.


QuickGIS enables you to organize the lithology data for a set of borings into a table of X, Y, Z coordinates and geological layers. You can then export this data to ArcView and other GIS systems or use it to enhance the abilities of QuickCross/Fence. Using QuickGIS, you can connect the geological layers using your skill as a geologist to produce report-ready diagrams. This feature saves you the step of importing the diagrams into CAD.


The QuickSoil module produces a soil analysis table that shows soil sample test results for a set of parameters. Each sample is placed at its correct depth and shaded according to the value of each parameter tested. It makes it easy to see the areas of contamination throughout the different layers of soil. Note: QuickLog also displays soil sample data -- QuickSoil expands these capabilities by showing more parameters on a page and in different graphical format.


ChemGraph provides a very efficient system for entering, storing, and reporting environmental data. It combines the capabilities of a spreadsheet, database, and a drawing program. The data is stored in Microsoft Access database files. Setting up a database is easy because the user simply lists the sources (i.e., wells) and parameters of the project. Then, ChemGraph creates the database structure automatically. Data is then entered into its spreadsheet style editor or imported via standard text file formats. Once the data is present, the user chooses sources, parameters, and dates to batch-print specialized environmental reports.

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