A semiautomatic method to determine the location and depth of thin dykes is introduced. The ratio of analytic signal amplitudes of orders 0 and 1 of the magnetic anomaly from a thin dike was used to give the distance to the dike. Local minima of gave the depth to the dike, and the position of these minima gave its horizontal location. Because in the method we used just the magnetic field and its first-order derivatives, it was less sensitive to noise than were higher order derivative-based methods. Once the position of the dike has been determined, then its dip and susceptibility-thickness product can be calculated from the analytic signal amplitude, providing that the magnetization vector is known.