Yearly Archives: 2016


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Introduction This post is associated with a couple of Jupyter notebooks available on GitHub. OpendTect is a great piece of software that allows you to load, process and interpret seismic data. In OpendTect, 2D lines and 3D volumes are displayed in a nice 3D environment that is easy to manipulate. Horizons, […]

How to add maps to OpendTect?



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Summary When displaying geophysical data in a map, one may find it difficult to show both the presence of extremes and the subtle variations in the background signal. Histogram equalization is there to help, as it redistributes intensities and increases the contrast. In this new implementation for Python and matplotlib, the equalization is applied […]

Histogram Equalization in Python and matplotlib