Crafting 2D Displays

In this tutorial I review how to make 2D projected views in Danomics. 2D projection views are a slice view through a 3D volume. These types of views are useful for helping you understand how your data is spatially related in the depth context. As opposed to a cross-section view, Read more…

Setting up 3D Views

In Danomics you can view your wells in 3D so that you can QC well bores, deviations, and better understand the spatial relationships between wells. In this video I provide an overview that includes: Adding a 3D view to a map file Displaying the well header locations Utilizing the well Read more…

Map Displays

In Danomics you can build map displays that include well markers, grids, shape files, and production overlays. The map file provides you with additional options to make richer displays than those available in the petrophysics files. In this demo I show you how to create a new map file, display Read more…

Running Python in Flows

Danomics gives you the ability to run Python directly in the platform – leverage our data handling infrastructure to get the most out of your code. To get started with this you’ll need to have already loaded some well log data, which we’ll be running some calculations on. During this Read more…

Setting up 3D Views

This video outlines how to set up a 3D view in Danomics. To do this you will need to take the following steps: Upload your data including well headers, well logs, deviation surveys, and well tops Create folder to hold the data Add a projection file to the folder (right Read more…

Lithofacies Models

Danomics Lithofacies Modelling module provides users with the opportunity to build facies models either trained from their key well or from multi-well models. Our R&D efforts into this area have involved building custom models for several basins, available in a Danomics-ready format, which we are making available to our customers. Read more…