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Thu May 26 13:22:06 BST 2016
My heirarchy is fairly flat with passages in seperate directories.
I could create another layer and then split up the surveys into the areas I
need, North, Middle and South, for the desired side elevations. Then use
the command line function you highlighted.
Will have a play when I finish the BPC GG winch meet.
On Tue, May 17, 2016 at 10:23 PM, Olly Betts <olly at survex.com> wrote:
> kevin dixon writes:
> > GG Is getting very complicated and I need a tool to isolate sections.
> If you run aven from the command line, you can tell it to only show a
> sub-survey of the file using "--survey", e.g.:
> aven --survey 161 all.3d
> You can only specify one sub-survey to view (if you specify it multiple
> times, it'll just use the last one).
> If your survey naming is hierarchical, this can be handy - if everything
> is named in a flat namespace with a prefix (e.g. with station names like
> KH1234) then it is no help at all.
> The next release will probably allow access to the above feature via the
> > Is there any way of sub setting a 3D file to a 3D box ?
> > Or do I need to write something to sift out ?
> There's nothing built-in currently to allow restricting to a 3D box, but
> someone may have written something already, so cc-ing the list.
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