This is the second of two papers describing a method of interpreting residual gravitational anomalies in terms of three-dimensional geological structures. This paper describes an analytical method for smoothing the data, and for constructing charts and templates for computing derivatives and other quantities required in the interpretation formulae already given in Part I. Tables of all quantities required for the practical utilization of this procedure are provided. Two examples of the application of these methods are given: the first, an artificial problem, and the second, an actual survey conducted over a sulphide body that has been outlined by extensive drilling.

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