'Wild' Survex files

These are survex files which have NO ATTACHED WALLET.
i.e. they have a survex block (begin..end) with no *REF line which refers to the wallet holding the raw data for that block of data.

survex block with no *refdateparent blockwithin survex filesurveyed lengthteam
wahnsinnsschaechte Aug. 21, 2002 40 caves-1623/40/arge/wahnsinnsschaechte 285.5m []
wahnsinnscanyon Aug. 23, 2002 40 caves-1623/40/arge/wahnsinnscanyon 115.7m []
mond Aug. 22, 2002 41 caves-1623/41/mond 229.6m []
oktar Aug. 23, 2002 41 caves-1623/41/oktar 175.6m []
rampe May 27, 2002 41 caves-1623/41/rampe 264.6m []
comeback Aug. 22, 2002 78 caves-1623/78/comeback 232.6m []
america Aug. 19, 2002 144 caves-1623/144/America 712.7m []
blaubeer233 Aug. 17, 2002 troggle_unseens caves-1623/blaubeer/blaubeer 54.0m []

So we are missing 2,070m of surveyed cave from our wallet records.

If the "team" field is empty, it probably means that it is an ARGE survey (in German) and so we do not recognise any participants as valid 'expo' members. Or it may mean that we did it, but that the survex file has been created since the last database reset.
If the parent block says "troggle _unseens" or "None" then the survex file has not been plumbed in to the expo survex network yet.
If there is a *ref line of the correct format, then maybe that wallet has not been created yet. Create it, and fill in the data.

Length of survex data referenced by wallets in this year 1,366m.

Survey Legs
2002 35 510 3,437

These are uncorrected tape lengths which include pitches and duplicates but exclude splays or surface-surveys.

One Survex Survey Block is one *begin/*end block of data in a survex file. Some files from other caving clubs may have a convention of using many more blocks per file than we do, e.g. if the file is exported from other software into survex format.