The CPI Config

Throughout the previous articles I have made various references to the CPI Config. This article will review the CPI config itself with an emphasis on actual examples. When editing your CPI config I recommend using Notepad++, a free text editor that has style formatting available for several programming languages. Our Read more…

Customizing Danomics

Danomics lets you customize equations and displays and incorporate your own code. There are four customization options: CPI Config Use the CPI Config to customize both equations and displays. The majority of Danomics modules are built using this config. It offers a rich set of sample-by-sample, array-based, and statistical equation Read more…

Petrophysics Plugins API

The Danomics’ Petrophysics Insights Plugins API makes it easy to use your proprietary petrophysical code inside Danomics. When to use the Plugins API Use the Plugins API when you want to run and deploy your custom code. For example, you could deploy ML algorithms based on TensorFlow using the Plugins Read more…

Maps and Cross-Sections

Danomics Petrophysics Insights offers mapping and cross-sections as ways to visualize results and QC work. Both tools are powerful methods for finding and correcting errors on a well-by-well basis. Maps Maps are made on a zone-by-zone and property by property basis, with all maps being created for all zones, which Read more…

Propagating Interpretations

Danomics’ Petrophysics Insights attempts to propagate interpretations from a key well to other wells in a project. Some parameters are propagated as constant values while other parameters undergo a re-mapping process to handle variability that arises due to changes in the subsurface and tool responses. Parameter Propagation Some parameter values Read more…

Curve Names & Aliases

To make life a little easier on you Danomics uses curve aliases. We have about 7500 different curve names aliased, which handles approximately 99.5% of cases that we encountered on a nearly 50,000 well data se. Curve aliases allow you, for example, to call all your deep resistivity curves Res_deep Read more…

Key Wells & Parameters

You have now registered, uploaded your data, decided on your calculation ranges and setup, and are ready to select and interpret your key well. Selecting a Key Well Within Danomics Petrophysics Insights the software operates on a key well basis. The key well is essentially used as a blue print Read more…

Loading Data

There are currently six basic data types that you are utilized within Danomics‘ Production Insights and Petrophysics Insights platforms. These are: Well log data. Well log data is currently accepted in LAS 2.0 and LAS 3.0 formats as defined by the Canadian Well Logging Society. Well log data is used Read more…