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## Example Flow: Writing a Log Database

This article outlines how to use Flows to generate a new log database. This requires using three flows building blocks: LogInput CpiLogCalc LogOutput The assembled flow is shown below: In the LogInput block I choose my original log database and select to use all the wells. In the CpiLogCalc block Read more…

## Example Flow: Grid Math

This article outlines how to use Flows to perform simple mathematical operations on a grid. This requires using three flows building blocks: GridInput GridMath GridOutput The assembled flow is shown below: In the GridInput I choose a previously generated grid. In the GridMath I enter a formula. In this case Read more…

## Example Flow: Points Math

This article outlines how to use Flows to perform a simple operation on a points database. This example uses three flows building blocks: PointsInput PointsMath PointsOutput The assembled flow is shown below: In the PointsInput you select a points database. In this case I have selected a small database shown Read more…

## Example Flow: Grid Smoothing

This article outlines how to use Flows to generate and smooth a grid. This uses the following building blocks: LogInput CpiLogCalc PointsSelect PointsToGrid GridOutput GridSmooth GridOutput The assembled flow is shown below: In the LogInput block select the database of interest using the dropdown menu. Use the “All” option to Read more…

## Example Flow: Multi-well Lithofacies

This article outlines how to use Flows to generate a lithofacies model utilizing multiple wells. This requires using four flows building blocks: LogInput CpiLogCalc FaciesFit PointsOutput The assembled flow is shown below: In the LogInput block select the database of interest using the dropdown menu. It is advisable to use Read more…

## General Concepts in Flows

Because Flows will be a new concept to many of you it is important to understand the general concepts that flows are built upon. These concepts are: Many tasks are repetitive These tasks should be done consistently These tasks can often be split into small pieces. What Are Flows? Flows Read more…

## What Are Flows?

Flows are how Danomics handles many of the repetitive tasks that are part of your day-to-day workflows. Whatever you are trying to accomplish – there’s a Flow for that! (Or at least there will be – we are building out new Flows everyday). Flows will be a new concept to Read more…