Waveforms, or scopes, have been around in the world of close interval potential surveys (CIS/CIPS) for decades, but are often underutilised. A lack of knowledge about their usefulness is the main cause. The name associated with the data comes from the equipment used to obtain it. The reading is taken with an oscilloscope-like device (hence ‘scope read’), which displays and records the waveform of a set period. Many modern CIS instruments have this ability built in, making it easy to view and record a waveform during a survey.

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