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|Integrate Using The Workbench Plugin|
|Integrate Using a Lava Script|
There are two ways to integrate Imago with Vulcan. Using:
- The Workbench plug-in;
- A Lava Script.
This article describes both methods.
Integrate Using The Workbench Plugin
1. Download ImagoPlugin.msi and install.
2. Then, view the video and follow the steps:
|The plug-in works with Vulcan version 2018 and later. For earlier versions, use the Lava Script described in the next section.|
Integrate Using a Lava Script
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Using a Lava Script, it is possible to launch an Imago image for a drillhole by selecting it from the Vulcan Envisage viewer.
1. Save the this Lava Script into the relevant Vulcan project directory:
2. Open the Project in Vulcan. The script should appear under "Lava Scripts" branch:
3. Run the script. When run for the first time it will request information for the imagery desired to link:
|Inputs (Name in Imago)||Examples (in Imago)|
|Project Name (Workspace)||Firefly Resource Development.|
|Dataset Name (Dataset)||Drilling Core, Drilling Chips.|
|Data Series Type Name (Imagery Type)||Core Boxes, Downhole, RC Chips.|
|Image Type Name (Image Type)||Wet, Dry, UV.|
4. Click OK after all inputs have been entered.
5. Select a drillhole in the viewer.
6. Vulcan launches Google Chrome to display the imagery.
|To modify the inputs to the Lava Script, delete imago.defaults located in the relevant Vulcan project directory.|
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