Supervisor doesn’t have a rotation convention as such. It uses the rotations specified by the axis rotation which you can then set to a specific software format e.g Datamine.
Supervisor identifies the axes, directions and rotation angles as described below:
The strike of the mineralisation is defined on the horizontal fan.
The direction of the dip of the mineralisation is identified on the across-strike plane.
Finally, the plunge direction of the mineralisation can be identified on the dip plane fan.
Direction 1 (major direction) is set from the dip plan fan (plunge) and this in turn defines the other two directions; direction 2 (semi-major) and direction 3 (minor).
Once you have defined the three axes you can generate the variograms and apply suitable models. The next step is to export the models. Each mining software package has its own set of conventions for rotating the X, Y and Z axes.
Supervisor automatically inserts a default axis rotation and you can add a second one if necessary by right-clicking on the Continuity Model in the data tree and selecting “Add” then “Axis Rotation” from the menu.
You can then select the required mining software package from the Compatibility drop down menu in the properties window.