Corebox.net is closing

At the end of February, Corebox will cease to display drill results on this website. I wish to thank our loyal clients for their business over the previous twelve years. Running Corebox and meeting so many of you in the industry has been a great pleasure.

Please make sure to take any screenshots you need of the displays. Starting March 1st, you won’t be able to login to the site or view the pages that are currently public. All unearned subscription fees will be returned to clients by mid-February.

If you need to get in touch, you can reach me via the Contact Us page.

Sincerely,
Jonathan Longe
President

How to use Corebox to model your data

Note: All new projects are visible only to you unless you choose to share it. Got something to say? We’d love hear from you. Email us at: info@corebox.net

Create a Corebox Account

  1. Click the sign up button in the upper right corner of any page

  2. Enter your name, email address and password

Add a New Property

  1. Click the button to create a new property

  2. Select “Free” account

  3. Add the property name and commodity types

  4. Enter the map datum and projection. This allows us to illustrate the local topography (where available).

Upload a Collar File

  1. Click the button to import collars

  2. Highlight the data in Excel. Use [ctrl] + [c] to copy the data to the clipboard

  3. Place cursor in cell A2 of the Corebox import page and then paste data using [ctrl] + [v]

  4. Make sure the order of the columns in Excel matches the column header in Corebox

  5. Since this is a new property with only one zone at present, leave the “zone” name column blank

  6. Click the “import data” button at the bottom of the page

Upload the Assay file

  1. Click the link to upload intercepts

  2. Highlight the data in Excel. Use [ctrl] + [c] to copy the data to the clipboard

  3. Place cursor in cell A2 of the Corebox import page and then paste data using [ctrl] + [v]

  4. Make sure the order of the columns in Excel matches the column header in Corebox

  5. The RGB colour column can be used to customize the colour of each intercept. We’ll be writing more about this feature shortly.

  6. Click the “import data” button at the bottom of the page

View the model

  1. Click the “View” tab to see the results