Build and view single trace and stack volumes

 

Cube building is an excellent tool for verifying that the seismic and navigation data work well together. SeisNav Resolve™ provides the capability for building both single fold and multiple fold volumes. The 3D Stack process produces a multiple fold data set. The Trace Interpolate process zero fills seismic data while deleting duplicates. The Timeslice process creates a timeslice file from a volume of data. All files are output in SEG Y format so that they me be input to any other software for further processing and display. Of course, once a cube or timeslice file is built, SeisNav Resolve™ has a variety of methods for viewing it.

  • The Cube Display provides a three dimensional look through the data volume. Two dimensional slices (crosslines, inlines, or timeslices) can be animated through two or three dimensions. Planes and areas within the cube can be highlighted and viewed. Sections of the cube can be displayed in multiple small displays on the same screen. Multiple slices can be viewed in a single display using transparency.
  • Timeslices can be viewed from the cube data set with no special processing using the Surface MAP Headers display.
  • Timeslice files can be viewed using the 2D Display as wiggle trace, variable area, dual polarity, or colored traces.
  • The 2D Display can be used to page through a single dimension of traces at once (crosslines, inlines, or timeslices).

3 planes intersect in Cube Display

Cube Display of seismic data

 

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