Quikslope 6

Deformation Analysis Software

Quikslope 6 is a program designed to enhance the analysis of deformation spatial data, through the use of a number of visualisation tools. Developed, tried and tested over the past 15 years, Quikslope 6 will provide you with better insights into the deformation trends and movements across your project.

Navigate your way through the software with ease - many functions available at the click of a mouse. The graphing functionality provides the ability to remove outlying points and eliminate unwanted steps, to reveal the true underlying trend of deformation data without affecting the raw measurements. Because of this, the data integrity of any measured point is always maintained and any visualisation edits can always be reversed.

The scenario below demonstrates a before and after comparison in data values and trend, when erroneous steps are removed from data using Quikslope 6.

Graph multiple or single points of interest on the same page, in a wide variety of data types, which include:

  • 2D 24-Hour Velocity

  • 2D Inverse Velocity

  • 2D Vector Movement

  • 3D Inverse Velocity

  • 3D Vector Movement

  • Adjusted Distances

  • Adjusted Distances

  • Daily Averages

  • Field Data

  • Rainfall

  • Slope Distance 24-Hour Velocity

  • Slope Distance Inverse Velocity

  • Unadjusted Distances

  • Unadjusted Distances

  • User Defined Trends

  • Vertical Movement

  • XYZ Movement

Quikslope 6 has interactive graphs that allow you to perform functions at the click of a button. Zoom in and out on segments of your entire data set with ease, window out periods of data via the date filtering function, display trend lines over user defined periods, or draw gradients of velocity through periods of change in acceleration.

The powerful graphing functions of Quikslope 6 is just one of the aspects of the program. With deformation data taking a greater role in site and production safety, through Trigger Action Response Plans (TARP) and alike processes, Quikslope 6 has a number of reporting and graphic presentations, that can be used to communicate areas of interest or procedural focus.

A great tool is the CAD presentation function, which depicts a number of data types with geographical reference.  By uploading a plan or model in the background of the CAD, the end user can turn on all data points, or individually selected groups. User defined thresholds are then applied to the deformation values and points are coloured and sized based on these values.

Quikslope 6 has a new "tree structure" that provides instant and visual QAQC information based around definitive colours for current readings, information that is out of date, or points that have triggered alarms. This structure also provides instant access to any function you may wish to use, simply by right-clicking on a cluster or individual point and nominating the information you wish to see.

Quikslope 6 also provides the ability to collate points of interest into customised groups called clusters. Points can exist in multiple clusters at any give time, so you can tailor your analysis any way you choose. Filter your clusters by utilising the active or inactive function that will hide redundant points from view.

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