Seismic well tie in Python
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Seismic-well tie in Python
My goal is to provide an opportunity for geoscientists to know all the steps required for seismic well tie and creation of a time depth-table. At the end, you can export an already formatted time-depth table to be imported into OpendTect free software.
How to import functions:
import pytie.functions as pytie
In the GitLab page you will find at the Wiki section the functions listed. To access the notebook directly, please, follow the link below:
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With PyTie you can teach the basics of seismic processing/seismic well tie with real data. If you are interested in receiving additional material, please, join the google groups. There is a jupiter notebook and one .las file used to test the functions. You will find there all the explanations necessary to reproduce the results.
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