The first part of the course focuses on the skills necessary to start importing and interpreting your geoscience data. Topics covered include data validation and QC tools; univariate and multivariate plots; downhole and line plots; maps and images; plot enhancements along with a rundown of the multiple export tools to allow you to move your data and products seamlessly into other platforms.
The second part of the course uses training examples including modelling behaviour of geochemical, lithological, alteration and geometallurgical data as well as mixing data types. Methodologies will include rapid group classification using supervised and unsupervised clustering, prioritising exploration or domaining targets from auto-outlier detection, and working with pXRF data with particular focus on QAQC and calibration techniques. The creation and use of custom diagrams and stereonets is also covered.
This one day course covers the basics of the ioGAS software through to more advanced workflows and is designed for new users, intermittent users who need a refresher and regular users who would like to gain a better understanding of what ioGAS can do for them. It is appropriate for geologists, geochemists, metallurgists and geoscience managers.
Where: REFLEX Asia Pacific Office, 216 Balcatta Rd, Balcatta, Western Australia
When: Wednesday 3rd May, 2017 - Register by 26th April*
*Course subject to minimum numbers so please register early
Full day: $750 AUD (includes coffee/tea and lunch)
Full-time student discount available; please enquire.
Participants are required to bring their own laptop with the latest version of ioGAS software installed prior to the commencement of training.
For more information on ioGAS Data Analysis software please download the brochure. Download REFLEX ioGAS Data Analysis Brochure.
This training course is suitable for: any users of ioGAS and those wanting to gain further data analysis techniques. It does not assume any prior knowledge of geochemical analysis software, but requires an understanding of general geochemical concepts and terminology; there is no theory component in this course.