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Advanced Estimation - Scenario


Managing your grade estimation scenarios

Advanced Estimation - Scenario Setup

To access this dialog:

 This is the default panel shown when the Advanced Estimation dialog is accessed using Estimate ribbon | Advanced
| Multivariate

This panel is one of the Advanced Estimation dialogs, and is used to define a name for an estimation scenario.
An estimation scenario is a collection of information used to undertake an advanced grade estimation study and includes items
such as the sample data, grade/variable fields, zone definitions, variography settings and models and estimation configuration
(s).
You can also copy an existing scenario for the purpose of experimenting with different settings around a particular theme, for
example if you wish to fit a different variogram model from that used in a previous study, or wish to assess the impact of
defining different search volume parameters.
Using this panel, you can:

 Create a new scenario


 Change the name of an existing scenario
 Copy an existing scenario (which can be subsequently edited if required)
 Load a different scenario
 Delete a scenario

Field Details:

Create New: adds a new entry (named "New scenario") to the bottom of the list in the Scenario Selection area. If you are in
the process of making changes to an existing scenario, you will be asked if you wish to commit or discard those changes
before creating the new entry. Once added, you can use the Loaded Scenario group on the right to edit the name of the
new scenario.
Scenario Table: this simple table shows, for each scenario, its name, samples file name (for a new scenario, this will be
blank - it is specified on the Select Samples panel) and, if specified, an input prototype model (again, this will be blank until
one is specified using the Select Prototype panel.
Load Selected: access an existing scenario by highlighting it in the list above and clicking this button. You will be notified of
unsaved changes with the current scenario.
Create Copy: make an exact (but editable) copy of the selected scenario, as a new entry in the scenario list.
Delete: remove a scenario by highlighting it and clicking this button. You will need to confirm this action.
Scenario Name: an editable field showing the name of the scenario. If you make changes here, you need to commit them
using Save Changes. Otherwise, you can revert back to the previous description with Revert Changes.
Save Changes: this will save the changes to the project file. However you will also need to save the project file before you
exit Studio. If you delete the Advanced Estimation window by clicking the x in the top right corner the scenario will be
saved to the project file, but the project file will still need to be saved when you exit your application.

Example - Scenario Setup


The graphic below shows the Scenario Setup panel after a new scenario “EG_1” has been created:

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Related Topics

Advanced Estimation Introduction


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