Does anyone have any ideas on how to "trick" Micromine to enable handling rejected short-length intervals during compositing process? The need is to be able to adjust composite lengths in a narrow vein situation so that "orphans" are incorporated in either: 1) The last full composite; or adjust all composite lengths in the geologic unit or drill hole to accommodate the orphan resulting in equal-length composites that are slightly different than the nominal length.
This is essential to maintain equal composite support for 3d estimation and to avoid systematic bias in situations where the orphan may be higher or lower grade material. A version of this question was posted 11 months ago, but I'm still trolling for ideas.
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