In order to dig a little deeper, use the slice toolbox to cut into your data layers. The insights you gain by interrogating data you cannot see (i.e., digging deeper) can help you build context as your 3D data story unfolds.
Use our freehand slice tool to cut into your data by looking at layers from the inside. This perspective helps you see intersections, gaps, and places where resources start and stop.
For a precise slice aligned to your model, use the X, Y, or Z axis slice tool. You can move the cut along the chosen axis to find an area of interest.
Take measurements using the ruler tool.
Capture who is saying what over the course of your project. At the bottom of your workspace, you will find your team members' icons, creating a timeline of conversation and insights as the project progresses.
Our whiteboard tray holds all of the tools you will need to collaborate with your team.
The arrow tool allows you to point out areas of interest. Each arrow tool has an adjacent sticky note that allows you to make detailed comments about the area you've defined. You can edit your arrow's position at any time by selecting and moving it to a new location.
Get a snapshot of who is saying what over the course of your project. At the bottom, you will find your team members' icons, creating a timeline of the conversation.
Are you looking to present your findings now that your team has drawn its conclusions? By utilizing Steno3D, you can communicate the story of your 3D data with supporting visualizations.
Create slides to help focus your findings into one view. Slides are still dynamic enough to allow you to pivot and rotate the model. A slide will help you find that key view again with one click.
As you create new slides, they are combined into a slide deck for you. This helps you present your model's findings, assumptions, and outcomes to collaborators.
See all of your projects in one place. With a quick glance, you can see which projects are private, which have collaborators, and which have been shared with you.
These projects are private.
These projects are private but have collaborators working on them.
Here, you can see an overview of a selected project and when it was created and modified. You can also view the size of the project, see whether it is private or public, and who is working on it with you.
Organize your dashboard in a way that works for you. Toggle the sort functions that work best for you.
You can find your account information here: email, username and password, billing, plan, and developer key details.