Probability graphs are of practical use in many different fields of endeavour. In many applications, however, they appear to be used without a full appreciation of the implications and, in some cases, conclusions drawn from them are incorrect. This course, designed as a “hands-on” to the understanding and use of probability graphs, is patterned after a practical manual (Sinclair (1976)) on the subject. Content is organized on the philosophy that the best introduction to a subject is a clear-cut, idealized approach illustrated by ‘real life’ practical examples.
In this course the author focuses on the application of probability graphs to mineral exploration, illustrated with numerous practical examples.
The course comprises 12 viewing sessions at both summary and text level, plus multiple-choice reviews and worked examples, and a comprehensive glossary. Course duration is equivalent to 7 hours of study content.