Leapfrog is one of the top 3D modeling programs for geographic phenomena. This program has many applications for specialists in drilling, exploration of gas and oil fields, research in the field of groundwater pollution, as well as the geothermal energy production industry. This program has proposed a completely new method in processing, displaying and interpreting borehole well data. Using this program, you can easily enter all the data and information of boreholes and excavations into the program and then see the visual pattern of this data in the program.
Collecting and especially analyzing large volumes of data over a wide geographical area is time consuming and requires technical precision and sensitivity. Since this program displays all the data in three dimensions with clear images, the data interpretation step will take much less time than before. By observing a graphic model, in fact, the details of a geographical area and the information of boreholes are well displayed. And since all this information is received and processed by the program, the accuracy of the program output can be highly assured.
With this program, you can run several projects simultaneously without worrying about disrupting the order of the collected data. You manage your data and various projects. Once this part is available to the program, there is no need to worry about data collection and control. Leapfrog allows you to design complex graphical models of large amounts of data. The program is able to process millions of different data points and display the result in a three-dimensional view
Read the Readme.txt file in the Crack folder.
– Run Windows Safe Mode at the beginning of the activation step.
– To run Command, enter CMD in the Start menu and run it as Run as administrator .
– Run executable files with Run as admin.
If other emulators are related to other software installed, you must remove them or install the software on a clean Windows.
ARANZ Geo Leapfrog 4.0 software was successfully installed, cracked and tested on November 12, 1996 in Windows 7 64-bit version by one of the users.