Tops Interpolation Flow

When working with large numbers of wells we often don’t have a fully picked stratigraphic framework available. This can cause issues when you are trying to perform calculations using defined zones. There are two options available to the user in this case: Pick out the tops manually Use automation to Read more…

Removing Outliers from Maps

One issue that is common when generating maps and grids is that there will often be a few outliers – this is especially true when working with large, disparate data sets. There are several ways to approach outlier removal, including: Removing wells from the data base Smoothing away minor anomalies 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…

CpiLogCalc and User Equations

Within flows the CpiLogCalc block allows you to take advantage of your petrophysical interpretation as well as the petrophysics infrastructure including the equations and functions. This article reviews how to use the native Config equations as well as User equations. Prerequisites Before you start with a CpiLogCalc block you will Read more…

Flow Component Blocks

This article covers the blocks that are available for constructing flows. This article will be kept updated as more flows tools are continuously being developed and released. Tool Description Type Inputs Outputs CpiLogCalc Select Equations, CPI Files, Tops and Well Header DBs Input Log DB Logs; Points DeviationsToXYZ Process deviation 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…