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In the main window of the software, right click on the test to be processed and choose "Process" command. This procedure enables automatic processing of penetration data and offers the relevant lithological parameters (see Geotechnical correlations) for each layer, based on the options made in "Correlations to apply". The correlations used are indicated by red highlight in the left pane.The values are derived also according to the choices made in the Statistical analysis drop down list.


Correlations applied depend on whether the layer is considered cohesive or cohesionless. In layers where this distinction could not be determined, both types of correlations are applied. The user has the possibility to control this treatment by altering the value of the specific columns in the stratigraphy grid in "Data Entry" window.

The correlations used for this test are ‘attached’ to the test and will be reused for every later use of this command on this test. Thus any subsequent change in "Correlations to apply" list will not affect the result of this command on this test.


If after processing is completed, it is desired to either view the result of another correlation author/method or apply that correlation to selected layers please proceed as follows:


1.Click the new correlation type from the list in the left hand pane, and note the results in the computation results pane above the report pane.

  The new result is merely shown in the computation pane.

2.At this point it is possible to apply this new result to the test and update the report preview. Applying it will thereafter permanently modify the set of correlations. To apply the new result and method, select the layer in the computation result pane and execute the floating menu command (right mouse click) "Send correlation to print page”.




Thereafter it is this amended correlation set that is associated with the test and will be reused every time "Process" command is called.

Note the significant difference in operation of "Reprocess" which performs process as if it was a first time use.



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