GMS can support GeoStudio (*.gsz) files created using the GeoStudio software. Typically the file may contain data for a 2D mesh and materials. The file can be imported to work with the SEEP2D or UTEXAS models.
Importing a GeoStudio file
The GeoStudio file can be imported into GMS by doing the following:
- Open the file. A GeoStudio (*.gsz) file may be opened from either the File | Open menu command or by drag-dropping the file into the GMS window.
- Select the import method. A dialog similar to the figure below will appear asking which SEEP or stability analyses to import. Only one of each method can be selected at once.
- Finish the import process. Click OK when selections have been decided and GMS will display the imported information.
Upon successfully importing the file, a 2D mesh will appear in GMS.
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