LIME will be presented at the Geological Remote Sensing Group's AGM in London on 7th December 2016. Simon will showcase the software as a way of integrating and interpreting different 3D and 2D datasets using novel approaches.
We are pleased to be able to run a short course on interpretation and visualisation using LIME at this year's EGU.
LIME will be presented at the Geological Remote Sensing Group's AGM in London on 7th December 2016.
A training data set is now available for LIME users at the download page. It contains an outcrop model of Ainsa Quarry and a geological interpretation by Vipond (2005). Also, an example project and a getting started guide is included in the test data package. Provided to make it easy for new users to explore the functionality of LIME.