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Ken Woolfe and Katsu Michibayashi (1995)

“BASIC” entropy grouping of laser-derived grain-size data: An example from the Great Barrier Reef

Computers & Geosciences, 21(4):447-462.

Rapid acquisition and management of high quality grain-size data was facilitated by establishing a Dynamic Data Exchange (DDE) link between a laser particle sizer (Malvern Mastersizer X) and a spreadsheet program (EXCEL for WINDOWS). The resultant data set was grouped, using “ENTROPY”, an entropy analysis program, to delimit grain-size facies for samples collected from a section of the Great Barrier Reef shelf. ENTROPY accepts ASCII data and can be used to group frequency data from a range of applications.

Laser diffraction, Grain-size distribution, BASIC, Malvern Mastersizer X, Entropy analysis
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