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Zonge data processing tools enable interactive editing and display of data files from a GDP or ZEN receiver

Software includes two hardware locks — one for use by field crew plus one for the geophysicist in the office.

Windows 7, XP and Vista compatible. Interactive editing of:

  • Electric/magnetic-field magnitudes and polarizations
  • Multiple coherence
  • Error estimate of each “stack”

 

CSAMT data averaging and quality control

CSAVGW  v1.20
Latest update: 26/March/2015    SEE MORE

  • Reads controlled-source magnetotellurics data in binary-format .cac, ASCII .raw or ASCII .fld files
  • Displays the data in pseudosection, sounding curve or data point graphs to allow skipping of outlier data
  • Saves the data in Zonge-format .zdb and .avg files.  Reads and writes survey configuration and processing control parameters from .mde files

 

MTEdit 3Magnetotelluric data processing

MTedit v3.10
Latest update: 10/April/2015    SEE MORE

  • Calculates averaged impedance and apparent resistivity values from unaveraged spectral data
  • Options for automated processing or interactive quality-control editing
  • Reads Fourier coefficients for each station from *.fft files created by MTFT, AMTFFT or FFTCOEF from GDP time-series files (included as utilities)
  • Saves several .avg files for each station
  • Saves a copy of the edited spectral data for each station in a file with the extension *.mtv, so that any skip flags set during quality-control editing are recovered when a data set is re-read from a *.mtv file

MTedit writes averaged apparent resistivity and impedance phase data to MT-format .avg files.  It saves several *.avg files for each station (where * represents a station number): *ga.avg holds generic robust averaged data; *ps.avg holds values for |Z| from Phase Slope data; and *dp.avg holds Parker D+ data, while the data version selected by the processor is saved in *.avg. Data can be exported to *.edi.
 

CRAVG 3Frequency-domain IP data averaging and quality control

CRAVGW  v1.14
Latest update: 5/March/2015    SEE MORE

  • Reads complex resistivity IP data from Zonge GDP, CAC, .raw, .fld, or .zdb files
  • Review Data function allows interactive quality control while viewing data in pseudosection or transient curve plots
  • Saves averaged data in .avg file, unaveraged data in a .zdb (Zonge data base) file
  • Re-reads .zdb files to revisit data skipping decisions
  • Option to save averaged data in Geosoft IP format .dat files
  • Reads and writes survey configuration and processing control files from .mde files, making it easier to duplicate a specific processing sequence when processing multiple, GDP complex-resistivity data files.

 

Time-domain IP data averaging and quality control

TDAVGW v1.14
Latest update: 2/April/2015    SEE MORE

  • Reads TDIP field data from Zonge GDP .raw, .fld, .cac and .zdb files
  • Review Data function allows interactive quality control while viewing data in pseudosection or transient curve plots
  • Saves averaged data in .avg file, unaveraged data in a .zdb (Zonge data base) file
  • Re-reads .zdb files to revisit data skipping decisions*
  • Option to save averaged data in Geosoft IP format .dat files
  • Reads and writes survey configuration and processing control files from .mde files, making it easier to duplicate a specific processing sequence when processing multiple, GDP TDIP data files.

 

TEM data averaging and quality control

TEMAVGW v1.20
Latest update: 2/Feb/2015    SEE MORE

  • Reads field data from Zonge GDP .raw, .dnt,  .cac and .zdb files
  • Review Data function allows interactive quality control while viewing data in pseudosection or transient curve plots
  • Saves averaged data in .avg file, unaveraged data in a .zdb (Zonge data base) file
  • Re-reads .zdb files to revisit data skipping decisions*
  • Option to save averaged data in Australian AMIRA-format files, a format that is suitable for a broad range of TEM modeling software.
  • Reads and writes survey configuration and processing control files from .mde files, making it easier to duplicate a specific processing sequence when processing multiple, GDP TEM data files.

*Note: Zonge .zdb and .avg files have the same format, but use a different file-name extension to distinguish between unaveraged repeat data and averaged data for which all duplicate readings have been merged.