In the 3D Editor, check on the Hypothesis Display option (1). Review cells that have multiple hypotheses, comparing the available hypotheses to the soundings to see if the correct hypothesis was chosen (2). If an alternative hypothesis should have been chosen, use CUBE Editing mode (3) and the Select Mode or Area Select Mode (4) to select the alternative hypothesis for a single cell or hypotheses over multiple cells and click Override (5).
Dynamic Surface with CUBE selected (1) and CUBE Depth Layer selected (2). Color By set to Number of Hypothesis (3) and colormap edited to show areas with more then one hypothesis (4). Explore surface and use a selection mode (5) to select an area (6) with multiple hypotheses. Finally, launch the 3D Editor (7).
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To do CUBE Editing, you first must have made the choice to Enable Cube Processing in the when you built the Dynamic Surface; if you have not, create a new Dynamic Surface and check Enable Cube Processing. Select the Dynamic Surface in the and change your Depth Layer to CUBE. Change the Color By to Number of Hypothesis; you might find it helpful to edit the colormap to clearly show areas with more then one hypothesis. Review the surface, looking for obvious outliers or areas with multiple hypothesis. Use the Select Area Mode , the Polygon Select Mode , or the Free Select Mode to select a portion of the surface that needs review (6). Click the Launch 3D Editor Button (7). The will launch with the selected area loaded.