Many Strater customers, in addition to displaying their drill hole data in log form, would like to import a series of images next to their logs. These images could be core photographs, borehole imagery, acoustic images, or thin or polished section photographs. You can do this in Strater by creating a graphic log. The graphic log allows you to specify image file paths and names and the intervals in which to display the images. To create a graphic log you need a data table with the Hole ID name, the depth interval to display the image, and the file path to the image file. There are two approaches you can use to create a log in Strater – either enter the data directly into the database view in Strater or load the data from an external data file (e.g., Excel XLS, Access DBF, etc.). Both approaches are discussed below. If you have Strater or the Strater demo version installed on your computer, you can see another example of a graphic log and the data table it was created from by opening the sample file named Example Logs.sdg located in the Samples folder within the Strater installation directory. For more information about creating logs in Strater, please see the Strater Demonstration Videos available for download from our web site at http://www.goldensoftware.com/supportvideo.shtml . Very impressed. Not only with the software but also the service! Steve McGiveron Marine Geohazard Consultant Golden Software is for me like a close family. Your team is always ready to answer questions, to solve problems, your products are of fine quality, low prices for updates.Thierry HattAssociate Researcher EA3400 Team, Historial GIS Cartographer Copyright © 2016 Golden Software, LLC. All rights reserved. The names and logos for Surfer, Grapher, Voxler, MapViewer, Didger, Strater and Golden Software are registered trademarks of Golden Software, LLC. Source.