We are happy to announce that a new paper on our in-house LIME software has been published in the journal Geosphere. The article documents the motivation and features of the software as a tool for co-visualisation, interpretation and presentation of multidisciplinary spatial/non-spatial datasets that are increasingly used in geology and geoscience. Of course, all the figures were made directly using LIME... The paper is published as gold open access, which means it is available to everybody.
A common ask over the last ten years is how to refer to LIME in papers, theses and presentations. Finally we have a good answer!
Over the next few months we are ramping up to a v2 release. Please keep an eye on these pages for updates.
Buckley, S.J., Ringdal, K., Naumann, N., Dolva, B., Kurz, T.H., Howell, J.A., Dewez, T.J.B., 2019. LIME: Software for 3-D visualization, interpretation, and communication of virtual geoscience models, Geosphere, 15(1): 222-235. doi:10.1130/GES02002.1.
Last week, Simon was teaching part of the AG-222 course up in Longyearbyen at the University Centre in Svalbard (UNIS)...
An article in the GEO Expro magazine has been published by our long-term collaborator from the University of Bergen, Isabelle Lecomte...
The OpenTopography team used LIME in their short course at the Geological Society of America's Annual Meeting, this year in Phoenix AZ.