|Time slice of Reflectivity data|
Dip volumes are normally viewed with a monochromatic colourmap; in this example white represents areas of low dip and black areas of high dip. Azimuth volumes are normally viewed with a rotary colourmap; in this example red represents structures dipping towards the west, blue towards the east, white towards the south and black towards the north (top).
|Time slice of a Dip volume|
|Time slice of an Azimuth volume|
Using the DipAziCombine process, the Dip and Azimuth volumes can be combined to create one volume that visualises both sets of information simultaneously.
|Time slice of DipAziCombined volume|