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you can also calculate the effect of lateral shear on slope. when the input of the slope is at a ‘normal’ angle, the program automatically calculates the corresponding lateral shear (m). if you want to calculate the lateral shear (m) at an abnormal angle, you can enter a negative value (m) into the m box. the program will calculate the results according to the settings in the setup/options. step 1: press the ‘start’ button to begin the calculation. step 2: input the depth (z), lateral shear (m) and slope (see the following table). step 3: press the ‘ok’ button to continue the calculations. step 4: when the results are displayed, press the ‘ok’ button to see the calculation results. if you have microsoft excel 97 or 2000 installed on your computer, clicking on this button will launch a pre-designed excel file called allpile.xls. if your excel program has an option called virus macro protection, you will see a dialogue box when allpile launches excel. you should check the [enable macros] option to allow the operation to be continued. if you select other options in the lateral analysis results panel, the ‘update vertical data’ button will be displayed. press this button to update data from allpile. you can view graphics presented on the next few sheets. you may edit the graphics to customize your report, but do not change the structures and the settings of the data sheet. all the instructions are presented in the excel file figure number the figure number box allows you to input a figure/plate number or page number so that you can insert the graphic into your own report. the number you entered will be displayed on anyone of the above-mentioned report.

5.5 results explorer chart select the results window (figure 5-7) using the buttons at the bottom of the screen, you can: select the plot area from which you can explore the 3d or 2d results. you can also select the time and location of the data. to explore, set up and use the 3d result viewer. use the buttons at the bottom of the screen to select the report you want to view. the results can be interpreted and mapped using the [explorer chart] window (figure 5-8). the explorer chart is covered in chapter 8. using the [next] and [previous] buttons, you can select the specific results you want to view. 5.6 result tab chart select the results tab (figure 5-7). the results tab provides: a. parameters for the points (location of each row of data) b. x, y, z coordinates of the points c. the datum (reference for the vertical and horizontal movement ) d. x, y, z coordinates of the datum e. color scale for vertical and horizontal movements f. contour and step size are functions of the distance from the datum x or y position the depth data at the top of the screen display contour and step size of the datum, x-, y-, z- coordinates of datum, and the datum color. the color of each data point indicates the instantaneous horizontal and vertical displacements. clicking on the data points display the x, y, z coordinates of the data point in a pop-up window. the popup window is updated with the x, y, and z coordinates of the current data point as you move the mouse over the data point. the depth data display contour and step size of the datum, x-, y-, z- coordinates of the datum, and the color of the datum. figure 5-7. results explorer chart and results tab 10 5ec8ef588b