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GeoID

* Note : This app uses built-in magnetometer, so iPod Touch does not provides direction of structure/device

* Note : This app uses built-in magnetometer, so iPod Touch does not provides direction of structure/device

GeoID

by Engineering Geology & GIS Lab., SNU.
GeoID
GeoID
GeoID

What is it about?

* Note : This app uses built-in magnetometer, so iPod Touch does not provides direction of structure/device.

GeoID

App Details

Version
1.80
Rating
(10)
Size
5Mb
Genre
Utilities Reference
Last updated
October 29, 2014
Release date
May 18, 2011

App Screenshots

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App Store Description

* Note : This app uses built-in magnetometer, so iPod Touch does not provides direction of structure/device.

GeoID is a professional tool for measuring and analyzing geological structures. This application includes geological compass, stereographic projection, instability analysis and wireless data sharing.

• Features
- The clinometer works with all attitude of the device and enables user to measure any structure
- A stability indicator in the clinometer maximizes its accuracy
- Provides many options including notation type, measurement interval, avarage calculation, projection type, etc.
- Can input data manually using several input methods
- Immediate projection and analysis of selected project
- Provides stereonet-based slope stability analysis
- Supports zooming while plotting/analyzing
- Wireless data transferring via Bluetooth and E-mail
- Generates analysis reports with stereonet images and sends them by e-mail
- Supports all iOS devices

Developed by Engineering Geology & GIS Lab.,
Dept. of Energy Systems Engineering,
Seoul National University, South Korea.

Prof. Hyeong Dong Park wishes to express thanks to Prof. Edward Keller and other faculty members of the Earth Sciences Department of University of California Santa Barbara for the useful suggestions and discussions on the improvement of GeoID during Prof. Park's academic visit from 2011-2013.