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Geoslope VS Geostudio

Geoslope VS Geostudio

Geoslope VS Geostudio

I'm a Geoslope Version 4 user & I tried my friend's Geostudio 2004. There are quite a few changes in the 2004 version notably the output files are reduced to one file. I imported a version 4 project to the 2004; the results were okay in Bishop Method but the FOS were way off when I used Morgenston-Price Method. The FOS in my version 4 was 1.57 & the 2004 version was 4.5. Has anyone experience this problem  when upgrading the software because it's a major cause of concern considering I am planning to upgrade a new version.

Thanx in advance   

RE: Geoslope VS Geostudio


Suggest you contact www.geo-slope.com directly. When I was using Slope/W, they were very good about providing technical support - including assistance with how to model certain conditions. I am sure that if you indicate your intention to upgrade that they would be pleased to track down the difference you discovered and the reason for it.


RE: Geoslope VS Geostudio


Please send us your version 4 file by email to support@geo-slope.com. One of our engineers will run your file in version 6 and report back to you on their findings.

We are pleased to provide this to you as part of our free Personal Service.


J. Paul Bryden, MBA
Sales & Marketing Manager

GEO-SLOPE International Ltd.
1400, 633 - 6th Ave SW
Calgary, Alberta
Canada T2P 2Y5
403.266.4851 fax
403.269.2002 main
866.297.7931 toll-free

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