GMS:Borehole Commands

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GMS Commands
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When the Borehole module is active the Borehole menu become active. The menu has the following commands:

New Borehole 
Creates a new Borehole.
Borehole Editor... 
Opens the Borehole Editor.
Cross Section Editor... 
Brings up the Cross Section Editor dialog where one or multiple 2D cross sections between boreholes are filled.
Lock All Boreholes 
Turns off the ability to change the position (drag) of created boreholes.
Auto Select Contacts/Segments... 
When one contact or segment is selected, automatically selects matching contacts or segments on other boreholes.
Auto-Create Blank Cross Sections... 
Automatically connects boreholes with blank borehole cross sections.
Auto-Assign Horizons... 
Automatically assigns horizon IDs to borehole contacts based on material ordering and adjacent boreholes.
Auto-Fill Blank Cross Sections... 
Automatically fills all blank cross sections by connecting the contacts on one borehole to those on the other.
Horizons → Solids... 
Opens the Horizons to Solids wizard which can be used to create solids from a combination of boreholes, TINs and conceptual models.
Horizons → 3D Mesh... 
Opens the Horizons to Mesh wizard which can be used to create a 3D mesh from a combination of boreholes, TINs and conceptual models.
Horizons → UGrid 
Opens the Horizons to UGrid wizard which can be used to create a UGrid from a combination of boreholes, TINs and conceptual models.
Zoom To Extents 
Frames the Graphics Window around the selected objects.
Advanced > 
HGUs → Soils 
Copies the HGU material IDs to the soil IDs, overwriting the existing soil IDs.
Soils → HGUs 
Copies the soil material IDs to the HGU IDs, overwriting the existing HGU IDs.
Snap Cross Sections to TIN... 
Opens a dialog that allows snapping the top and/or bottom arcs of the cross sections to TINs.
Snap Boreholes to TIN... 
Opens a dialog that allows selecting a TIN. The selected boreholes (or all, if none are selected) are moved up or down in the Z direction such that their tops just touch the TIN surface. Multiple TINs can be selected. If a borehole can be snapped to more than one TIN, it will be snapped to whichever TIN is last.
Add Contacts to TIN 
Inserts a new vertex into the active TIN at the location of every selected borehole contact.
Bounding 3D Grid... 
Opens the Create Finite Difference Grid dialog with dimensions defaulted such that the new grid will surround all existing boreholes.
Contacts → TIN 
Creates a new TIN with vertices at the locations of the selected contacts.
Contacts → 2D Scatter Points... 
Creates a new 2D scatter point set with vertices at the locations of the selected contacts.
Watertable → 2D Scatter Points... 
Creates a new 2D scatter point set with vertices at the locations of the water table specified on each borehole.
Sample Data → 3D Scatter Points... 
Brings up the Sample Data → Scatter Points dialog that is used to create a 3D scatter point set from sample data.
Sample Data → Stratigraphy 
Opens the Sample Data → Stratigraphy dialog that allows defining stratigraphy (borehole contacts) based on the sample data.
Horizons → HUF 
Opens the Horizons → HUF wizard to create MODFLOW HUF data from TINs and boreholes. TINs or boreholes with horizon data defined are required, along with a MODFLOW simulation which uses the HUF package.

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