Oh Snap! Accurately incorporating and snapping to geological mapping data in Leapfrog Geo

Surface, in-pit, and underground geological maps are an important source of information for the continuous updating of your model. These maps help refine your understanding of the location of faults, mineralisation, and lithological surfaces. Keeping geological surfaces up to date… Read More

How to: Predict sub-surface structural trends in Leapfrog Geo

In this blog we’ll explain how to use Leapfrog Geo’s Form Interpolant, a powerful illustrative tool for visualising structural data and identifying broad trends in 3D. When preparing your drillhole data for modelling, many geologists are daunted by the initial… Read More

Peek over the fence: Using Combined Models to assess mining tenements

In this blog, we will demonstrate how to use the Combined Models functionality to model any categorical data so you can visualise relationships in your project. Did you know that the ‘Geological Models’ folder in Leapfrog Geo is not just… Read More

How to: Become a fan of underground drillhole planning

This blog will take you through the steps required to plan a fan of underground drillholes within Leapfrog Geo and ensure that both collar and target points are snapped to. Planning underground drillholes is critical to the continued operation of… Read More

10 reasons why consultants choose Leapfrog

Being a consultant brings additional pressures and challenges. Whether contracted over a period of months or for shorter, more intensive periods, you need to hit the ground running. Continuing to add to your repertoire of skills is essential and keeps… Read More