 Logs:
 Tadpole dip plot of true, residual, structural, or
averaged dips.
 True dips and residual dips together on a single
log
 Structural dips (interpreted structural tilt)
 Dip points
 Projection types:
 Stereographic
 Linear
 Orthographic
 Azimuth points (dip azimuth)
 Strike azimuth points with the option to color the
direction of maximum principle stress
 Modeling LogsLog data from correlation log,
template log, or modeled template log plotted with a map section
(described below) These logs may be either vertical or horizontal
depending on borehole orientation.
 Log overplots:
 Deviation
 Correlation log
 Tops
 Rose plots  evenlyspaced or irregular intervals
 Log Header
 ApparentDip Sections(also known as stick,
bottlebrush, or herringbone plots) in depth or seismic time
 Angle SectionsCross section is defined by the azimuth
of the cross section
 Map SectionsCross section is defined by points on a
map.
 Rose plots  evenlyspaced or irregular intervals
 Log Header
 SCAT plots ( Bengston,
C. A., 1981)
 Polar plots with several projection types:
 Equal Angle (Stereographic or Wulff)
 Equal Area (Schmidt)
 Modified Stereographic
 Orthographic
 Linear
 Tangent. This projection can be used to
determine fold axes  in a fashion similar to the fold axis plots and pi
diagrams described below.
 Polar plots can be of of either dips or poles to dip
 Polar Plot OverlaysOnly available when plotting poles
to dip (not dip).
 Pole Frequency Contours
 Shadow Zone Contours
 Poles to dip on polar plots may be plotted in either
upper or lower hemisphere
 Equatorial Nets of all of the polar projections
 Fold Axis plots.
These plots are useful in determining fold axes as well as the for
determining the mappingstrike of fault cuts (from drag folds). See
fold axis topic.
 Pi diagrams. Similar to fold axis plots above.
 Dip azimuth vector plots
 Directional rose diagrams (using dip azimuth)
with optional vector mean arrows. Can use true dips or residual dips
 Bidirectional rose diagrams for linear features (using
strike azimuth). Can use azimuths from true dips or residual dips
 Synthetic deviation (SYNDEV) plots (Berg,
C.R., 1998). This collection of plots integrates the best features
of cumulative dip plots and dip azimuth vector plots. SYNDEV also
includes several other interpretive plots.
 Multiwell plots include stick plots in both depth and
seismic time as well as maps showing borehole directory and cross section
locations.

Cross sections for tracking stratigraphy with structure in
vertical as well as horizontal
wells

TST section using averaged true dips for TST calculations

Smoothed TST section using
structural dips for TST calculations

Displacement sections for
horizontal wells can display a vertically projected section to approximate
structure

Multicurve Logs  Customizable wireline logs with
dipassociated panels. Can display data with nonuniform sampling such
as core data with symbols or lines or both. Colors and line styles are
customizable. Can add nonstandard curves and panels.

"Triple combo" with dips

SCAT

SCAT with transverse apparent dip
section, always displayed in true vertical depth

Fracture
Frequency and Density Curves can be plotted on MultiCurve Logs

True
stratigraphic thickness (TST) and true vertical thickness (TVT) logs

When
the borehole is traveling up section, the correlation log is plotted in a
different color

When a
section repeats, the user can define, in measured depth, which data will be
viewed in TST or TVT logs. This way downgoing and upgoing logs can be
viewed side by side.

Example
(data Courtesy Burlington Resources Canada Ltd.) This well has a couple of
places where it travels up section. Near the bottom of the well, it curls
through a fold hinge, first going down section and then traveling up section to
the objective. The links below are to Word Documents in which EMF files
output from RDA have been inserted.

Cross section with dips (stick plot) with measured
depth tick marks

Cross section with dips with TST tick marks

Original log in measured depth

Separated downgoing and upgoing TST legs.
Downgoing gamma trace is in black while upgoing gamma trace is in red.