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Export Menu

This menu is available for any subproject once you have created a new project, or opened an existing one. The Export drop-down menu allows you export various content from your project as shown in the following menu:

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Connections as GeoJSON

This function will export all connections on the stage in the current sub-project in GeoJSON format. The file will be saved to your Download directory.

GeoJSON is an open standard format designed for representing simple geographical 
features, along with their non-spatial attributes. It is based on the JavaScript 
Object Notation (JSON), and is supported by most standard GIS software.

If you just want to export a single connection or a selection of connections then you can do this from the Project View panel where you can export a selection, and right click and select the Export from the menu as shown below:

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If you select Export as GeoJSON from here it will then only export the selected connections.

Connections as GeoJSON (Unprojected)

This function will export all connections on the stage in the current sub-project in GeoJSON format without any coordinate projection conversion. The file will be saved to your Download directory. If you just want to export a single connection or a selection of connections then you can do this from Project View where you export a selection as shown below:

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If you select Export as GeoJSON (Unprojected) from here it will then only export the selected connections.

Connections as XYZ

This function will export all connections on the stage in the current sub-project as a ZIP Archive with the individual text files in X,Y,Z format. The file(s) will be saved to your Download directory. If you just want to export a single connection or a selection of connections then you can do this from Project View where you export a selection as shown below:

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When you select this command then the following dialog box will be displayed:

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This dialog allows you to select the various export options for the connection(s):

  • Include Header - Check this option to include a descriptive header of the included columns you choose to export e.g. "x,y,z,distance,cumulativeDistance".

  • Seperator - If you like you can change the column seperator character from the default ";" to a comma or something else to support other programs that will ingest the exported file.

  • Export Measured Length, this will add a column after the x,y,z coordinates that has the distance of measured length of the connection(s). You will also have a column for the accumulated distance added.

  • Control Points - If you check this option an additional file will be saved to your download folder with the control points for the connection(s) e.g. any additional points you have created on the connection.

Export - Press this button the export the file(s) to your download folder.

Cancel - Press this button to exit the dialog without any export taking place.

Export as SimVis Route

This function will export a single connection or a selection of connections when selected by right clicking a connection in Project View and choosing this option. The SimVis route file(s) will then be stored in your download folder as a .rcp extension file or a zip file if multiple connections are selected.

The SimVis rote will be formatted as follows and has an entry for each control point on the selected connections:

*SimVisRouteControlPoints-3.00

[Settings]
coordsUTM = yes
hasDepthValues = yes
hasRadius = no
visible = yes

[Coordinates]
228.0799702012059   105.71184878957986  undefined
220.52476799391346  16.230976717349368  -300
176.17690717434618  10.597694410943902  -300

Wells as GeoJSON

This will export out all the well trajectories in the current project in GeoJSON format. The file will be saved to your Download directory.

GeoJSON is an open standard format designed for representing simple geographical 
features, along with their non-spatial attributes. It is based on the JavaScript 
Object Notation (JSON), and is supported by most standard GIS software.

If you just want to export a single well bore trajectory or selection of well bore trajectories then you can do this from the Project View panel where you can export a selection as shown below:

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Wells as GeoJSON (Unprojected)

This function will export all well trajectories in the current sub-project in GeoJSON format without any coordinate projection conversion. The file will be saved to your Download directory.

If you just want to export a single well bore trajectory or selection of well bore trajectories then you can do this from the Project View panel where you can export a selection as shown below:

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Wells as XYZ

Exports out all well trajectories in the current project as a ZIP Archive with the well files in x,y,z coordinates. The file(s) will be saved to your Download directory. If you just want to export a single well bore trajectory or selection of well bore trajectories then you can do this from the Project View panel where you can export a selection as shown below:

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Assets to MS Excel

Exports out a MEL (Master Equipment List) of all assets in the current project/sub-project as a MS Excel spreadsheet. The file will be saved in your Download directory. You can then open the file in MS Excel as shown here:

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Export Image

The "Export Image" functionality allows you to save a screenshot of the current 2D or 3D viewport as an image file that can then be included in a presentation, document, email etc. to showcase your layout/design to others.

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The dialog has the following settings:

  • Export Name - Edit the file name to be saved when rendering the exported png file.

  • Include legend - Check this box to add the Legend description for the connection types that have been defined for the project. Note! Only the connections used in the active project or sub-project will be included in the legend.

  • Legend Position - This drop down list allows you to specify the legend rendering position by selecting between Top/Bottom and Left/Right options.

Click on "Export" and the current visible view will automatically be saved to disk as a .png file with your project name to the "Download" folder on your computer. See example below:

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