VRGS has a wide range of interpretations and annotation tools that make working with either structural or sedimentological data easy.
- Use orientation measurements to map measure the dip and azimuth of faults, fractures or beds.
- Use polylines to map bedding planes, and geopolygons to delimit geobodies or other areas of interest.
- Add measurements and scale bars to give a sense of scale.
- Insert waypoints to act as markers, or use multimedia objects to attached external data such as movies or images.
- Attached palaeocurrents to geobodies to get corrected dimensions.
- Use the sedimentary logging tool to create logs and correlate them in the integrated log panels.
- Work with orthographic projects to get a dip-corrected perspective of your model.