The spatial distribution of mineralization is the foremost concern in regional exploration and it could be considered as a very important tool in the investigation of mineral deposits. There are several data manipulation methods by which the data can be evaluated. Fry analysis is a good method to determine the direction(s) of maximum continuity of the deposits and could be used in different types of deposits. Chromite deposits in Iran are postulated to be related to Alpine orogen. They are mostly podiform types and irregular in their settings. The deposits are located in the ophiolite complexes of Iran. The spatial distribution of five chromite deposits using Fry analysis has been recorded and it appears that the preferred orientation of each deposit coincides with the general trend of faults in each region.