Getting started with the SEG Machine Learning contest

The Society for Exploration Geophysicists (SEG) started a contest to predict facies from wireline logs via machine learning. Get your Buzzword Bingo cards ready, we’re about to dive deep. The October 2016 issue […]

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The European Subsurface Hackathon – Hacking (before) the EAGE

We did it! We hi-jacked the weekend before the EAGE conference, called it the “subsurface hackathon” and the theme was games. It was the first time Matt Hall from Agile Geoscience tried it […]

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5 Tips for Seismic Interpretation

Sometimes seismic interpretation seems like the Holy Grail. There are many decisions to make and many traps that may result in a dry well, costing millions. Getting some practice with pickthis.io seems like […]

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Build a Common Reflection Surface Workflow in 6 easy steps

This article aims to be an in-depth article about building a workflow suited for proper use of the Common Reflection Surface. This resource is aimed at a specialist audience, however maybe this is […]

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Rethinking the Common Reflection Surface Processing Tool

I worked with the seismic processing algorithm Common Reflection Surface for the past years. During this time I have come to the following conclusion: CRS has a marketing problem. I have worked with […]

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Seismic Processing – 7 proven tipps to make you a better processor

Seismic data processing is an art and a science. The open source software Seismic Unix has modules for over 20 migration routines, other packages do so as well. Before we get to choosing […]

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The subjective science of seismic interpretation

The final step in the work with seismic data is seismic interpretation. In a scientific field called geophysics, interpretation sounds highly subjective; Very different from the usual statistics, ray and wave phenomenae. This […]

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New on StackExchange: Temporal Resolution of Seismic data

Radius of the Fresnel zone is given by where v: velocity of layer : two way travel time :dominant frequency in the spectrum This shows that high frequencies give better resolution than lower […]

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Lifesavers – Two tools in my daily worklife

Today I’d like to share two tools that I have found indespensible in the course of my studies. Ironically, these have nothing to do with geophysics or seismic at all. But they’re out […]

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Promax 2D Multiple Reduction

I am at a point, I could use some help with the program Promax 2D from Landmark Corp. I have posted in a LinkedIn group and this way I hope I may get […]

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