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Logging Software??

Logging Software??

Logging Software??

Does anyone out there know of a good software program for making good looking trench logs?



RE: Logging Software??


I did a search of the "usual suspects" (RocScience, RockWare) and you're probably best off doing it in CAD. It's kind of a specialty thing. That having been said, you could probably generate a data template in gINT or another loggging software product, but I can't find anything that's off the shelf at this time.


RE: Logging Software??


I found a great program called QuickLog-albeit expensive--but what's new?

RE: Logging Software??


After using both quicklog and gINT, I agree with Jeff that CAD might be the best way for the occasional log, it can take a lot of effort to make a templete for logging software that meets everyone satisfaction!
I've used gINT in the past thru a site that allows you to 'rent' software. It can save 'ya from the cost of the license by paying for it in time intervals. Linky -> http://www.cetrus.com

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