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Luis Gomez | July 17, 2018

Pseudo relief attribute

This blog post shows how to calculate a pseudo relief attribute volume using GeoTeric. The pseudo relief attribute gives a topography-like representation of the data, where the interpreter might ...

Chris Han | May 7, 2020

Exporting Attribute Point-Sets from the IFC+ for Quantitative Data Analysis

In GeoTeric 2016.2 the IFC+ now supports the ability to export data values for the selected clusters. This allows increased quantitative attribute analysis of specific areas/features of ...

Peter Szafian | July 17, 2018

Azimuth, Fault Trends, Instantaneous Phase: how to convert these values into degrees?

GeoTeric users know that some of the attributes calculated with the software have “strange” values, which are ...

Geoteric | May 7, 2020

Optimisation of Amplitudes and Scaling for Visualisation

One common question for GeoTeric users is how best to scale amplitude data for optimal visualisation and analysis. In this article, we present some useful definitions and tips ...

Peter Szafian | July 17, 2018

How to create a structural-topographic horizon map in GeoTeric?

Office walls of exploration teams frequently feature structural-topographic maps of key horizons: topography of the horizon is encoded ...

Chris Han | July 17, 2018

Manipulation of Volume Data Values

The blog post this week will show how we can manipulate the data values in a volume with specific emphasis on how this can be applied to


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Geoteric | March 17, 2020

Geological Expression for Gas Hydrates

Gas hydrates occur abundantly in deepwater marine settings, and pose a widespread obstacle for the exploration and production of hydrocarbon reserves. Their presence can present hazards in drilling, due to increased risk of blowouts ...

Geoteric | March 17, 2020

Part 2 - Peak Frequency and Peak Frequency Amplitude Volumes

Part 2 - Peak Frequency by Magnitude

In Part 2 of this blog post, adding the amplitude of the ...

Geoteric | March 17, 2020

Part 1 - Peak Frequency and Peake Frequency Magnitude Volumes

Peak Frequency and Peak Frequency Magnitude Volumes


In this 2-part post, a workflow is described on how to create and visualize Peak Frequency and Peak Frequency by Magnitude volumes. This workflow ...

Geoteric | March 17, 2020

Tuning Curve Analysis Part II: Creating a Tuning Classification Volume

This is an extended workflow from an earlier 


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