1. Improving the Interpretation of HyLogger Data Using XRF
2. A new round of uploads started.
I have been looking at how we can improve the interpretation of HyLogging data with XRF measurements. There is a note describing the results here. The main conclusions are :
There will be a new set of holes uploaded to CorStruth in the next few months.
The current CorStruth products are:
Interpretations (like the one opposite) suitable for A4 presentation with variable bin sizes.
Browser-based scrollable images with a standard bin size of 0.25 m. (e.g. here)
Downloadable CSV files of TSA+ and jCLST interpretations binned at 1 m intervals.
Mineral Occurrence Maps (MOMA's) of various minerals identified with the NVCL data
There are three ways to access the interpretation images. (See here for more details)
CorStruth's purpose is to provide automatic interpretations of the HyLogging data from every HyLogger-3 dataset acquired as part of the AuScope National Virtual Core Library (NVCL) program. The results are free for you to copy but remember that they have been produced by automatic algorithms which will make mistakes. In this regard make sure you read the notes under Cautions.