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Take your Contour Maps to the next “Level”
Do you have a solid grasp of the gridding and contouring processes in Surfer, but feel there may be some unexplored features that could take your contour maps over the top? Perhaps you have a need to calculate the volume or area between specific contour levels, or all contour levels with just a few clicks. Maybe you would like to smooth contour lines and create custom color scheme that perfectly communicates your data.

The webinar team at Golden Software is presenting a free webinar that will teach you new and efficient workflows to create professional quality contour maps in Surfer. Join Jake Stachewicz while he uses real datasets inspired by customers just like you in industries such as hydrology, geology, and environmental engineering. During the presentation, Jake will cover the following topics which will help you improve your contouring workflows:

• Using Surfer’s Grid Editor for quick contour edits
• Smoothing contour lines
• Advanced Contour Level editing
• Calculating the area and volume between contours (no script needed)
• Finalizing your contour edits to create professional quality maps.

Space is limited, so register for the session that works best for you!

Jul 14, 2021 09:00 AM in Mountain Time (US and Canada)

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Jake Stachewicz
Customer Support Specialist @Golden Software
Jake Stachewicz is a member of Golden Software's Customer Support team and joined the company in 2020. He received a BS from Utah State University in Wildlife Ecology, minoring in Sustainability. Prior to joining Golden Software, Jake's professional experience includes research on applying ecological data analysis and evolutionary biology models in order to predict how changing environments may affect the future of at-risk species (specifically beetles and wasps). He also worked as an intern for Fort Collins Utilities working with the water conservation team. Jake loves performing and supporting scientific research that can benefit the natural world. Outside of work you can find Jake snowboarding, hiking, or watching the Chicago Bears or Chicago Bulls. He also enjoys learning about new types of food and alcohol and goes out of his way to try unique restaurants and breweries.