We've recently read that about several resource calculations that have gone astray, so I decided to give you a little test.
Here is a leapfrog viewer file (link) of the gold assays and veins for Dalradian's Curraghinalt deposit.
Your challenge is to pick which intercept is related to each vein specific vein.
It is an impossible task, but the idea is to show that in many deposits the mineralisation isn't typically in a single vein/manto/disseminated zone but is much more complicated.
We, the public, only get a simplified snapshot of the data. This is, for obvious reasons, presented in the most positive way possible.
I'll show you my interpretation if you show me yours!