GTILT is designed to help you handle large and small volumes of slope inclinometer data with a minimum of effort. A wide range of inclinometer probes, readouts, and loggers is supported, so even if you use equipment from more than one manufacturer, GTILT can still handle all your projects.
Compatible with a wide range of inclinometer equipment; imports many types of inclinometer data files directly, and comes with conversion and/or downloading utilities for others.
Uses the same .GTL data file format as GTILT for DOS. The file format is enhanced to include sketch objects to be included on graphs, but remains readable by the DOS versions of GTILT.
A plot of the current file is visible as soon as an inclinometer is loaded, and remains visible while GTILT is running.
Plots Cumulative Displacement, Incremental Displacement, and Absolute Position against Depth or Elevation. Plots Displacement, Shear Strain, Rate of Displacement, and Rate of Shear Strain against Time.
All plots are available in the inclinometer groove directions or at a skew angle.
Ready access to all readings using a three-dimensional editor
Checksums can be viewed in histogram form, allowing an immediate quantitative assessment of the quality of each dataset.
User-selectable plot colors
Reads files downloaded from a wide range of inclinometer loggers
Supports probes of any base length
Plots in English or Metric units, independent of probe type
Top-down plots can incorporate independent surveys of surface movement
Lines, polylines, and text can be drawn on the plots to show stratigraphy, piles, tunnels, excavations and so on, with user-definable point sizes and colors.
Datasets can be marked for inclusion on all plots, on time plots only, or on no plots. For plots vs depth or elevation, individual datasets can also be toggled by clicking directly on the plot legend.
Exports Windows Graphics Metafiles (.WMF) for use with other applications.
Scales can modified by entering new ranges directly on plots.
Downloadable free working model version available.