API for resistivity and IP inversion/modelling around R2 codes
ResIPy a python wrapper around R* codes
This package is a Python wrapper around the R* family of codes (R2, cR2, R3t, cR3t, see http://www.es.lancs.ac.uk/people/amb/Freeware/R2/R2.htm for more details) and provides an API (Application Programming Interface) for inverting/modelling resistivity and IP data.
It aims to be
- (1) simple and intuitive to use (you can invert your data in one-click with all default settings)
- (2) but still allowing the user to have full control on data filtering, error modelling, mesh parameters and inversion settings
This is an open-source project, everyone is welcome to contribute.
In addition to this python package that provideds the API, a multi-platform standalone Graphical User Interface (GUI) is also available to download.
Please see the gitlab repository for more information and to download the executable for the GUI: https://gitlab.com/hkex/resipy
Or the online documentation: https://hkex.gitlab.io/resipy
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