by Nate Hekman on September 19, 2007

As a UI programmer for GEO-SLOPE, I’m one of the guys whose job is to make sure you only have to wrestle with your geotechnical problem, not with our software.  That’s a constant struggle for us!  How do we make the software more powerful and yet easier to use?  Often that means the most common features are easily discovered (from the menu, toolbars or dialog boxes) but the more powerful ones are somewhat hidden.

In this blog I hope to uncover some of the more hidden features of GeoStudio 2007, explain some of the thinking that goes into the product’s interface, and give you an intuitive understanding of how things work.

(Please note:  I am NOT an engineer!  I won’t (can’t!) be talking about how to model or when to use one material model over another.  What I can (and will) give you is an insider’s look at the GeoStudio interface.)

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