Personal microcomputers — PCs or micros — are becoming increasingly useful as geophysical tools. The advantages offered by computers are obvious to any explorationist who has used one, and then had to work without it. However, many explorationists think the only computers that can satisfy their needs are those large, complicated, expensive monsters which need a staff of programmers to maintain. This article is intended to demonstrate the breadth of work that can be accomplished with a personal computer as well as the low cost and ease of use that make it possible.

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