I am very happy to announce SoilStats 0.3.0 is now available. The main improvements compared with 0.2.x are duplicated borehole numbers differentiation and multiple data map files incorporation. Some minor improvements and bug fixes are also included.
With SoilStats 0.3.0, users can analyze multiple gINT files with duplicated borehole names from different projects; users also can analyze multiple gINT files generated based on different template files. With these new functions, it turns out to be very easy to summarize existing borehole files from different resources.
In addition, borehole coordinates and elevations are presented in a new view.
We are pleased to announce SoilStats 0.2.0 is released. SoilStats is a tool to analyze gINT geotechnical borehole logs and provide statistical information of the soils. It will help engineers reduce geotechnical report preparation time significantly.
SoilStats 0.2.0 incorporates statistical analysis of water / moisture content, spt N value, pocket pen reading, soil layer thickness and depth, water level depth and Atterberg Limits. SoilStats is able to query soil information from multiple gINT files at the same time, and also can help engineers regroup soil layers for different summarization requirements.
In order to interpret the data correctly, SoilStats will require different data map files for gINT files generated with different templates. Currently there is one example gINT file with its associated data map file in the release bundle. To use SoilStats with your own gINT file, please send your typical gINT file to Yong Technology to create a data map file for you. Creating data map files is free of charge.