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Export Isoline coordinates from SEEP/W to Excel

Export Isoline coordinates from SEEP/W to Excel

Export Isoline coordinates from SEEP/W to Excel

Hi guys,
i'm a student and i need your help. I’m using SEEP/W with Geostudio 2012. In the attached image you can see a zero pore-water pressure isoline. I would like to export its coordinates to excel. I tried to build a graph from Draw>Graph option but I can not find a way to display the coordinates. Is there a way to do what I want?

Thank you

RE: Export Isoline coordinates from SEEP/W to Excel

After solving the problem, make sure you create a backup copy. Then open the geostudio seep file in WinZip/Winrar or other similar software. you will find the XML file for the input parameters and bunch of csv files inside 001 folder. You might be able to find what are you looking for inside Gauss solution and node values.

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