About LukeI am the Geology Department's Scientific Illustrator.
Update: I suggest using ArcGIS Pro instead of ArcMap – if you need help with this let me know.
This tutorial covers plotting structural geology data in ArcGIS. In this tutorial I am going to use the example of plotting foliation data, but this is applicable to any data where a rotated symbol is required.
This tutorial covers adding XY data to ArcGIS, so that you can view and work with the data in ArcGIS. By XY data I mean point data such as foliation that has a spatial (XY) component associated with it.
This article has been specifically written for using the macro-photography setup or the stereomicroscope setup in the Imaging Lab (formerly called the Graphics Lab) in the geology department. Instructions are for using Zerene stacker to stack the images rather than photoshop because it is faster, easier and produces better results in all cases that I have seen. For example Zerene Stacker took 72s to stack 11 images and photoshop took 125s, the difference in stacking speed is even more pronounced when more images are used.
This post supersedes the previous focus stacking post I wrote which recommended using photoshop.