High-quality maps with gridding and contouring

Mapping

For all your geophysical, geological and production data.

Map displayed in SeisEarth BaseMap window
 

Mapping is performed in the Paradigm® SeisEarth® BaseMap window which, together with the 3D Canvas and Section windows, provides an integrated environment for all interpretation workflows and activities.

BaseMap includes a rich set of gridding algorithms that enable users to produce maps from diverse data, including horizon and fault interpretation (single- and multi-survey), vertical functions, well markers, well logs, and historical production data. The gridding is bounded by outlines generated automatically or manually in BaseMap, 3D Canvas or the SKUA® modeling application.
 

BaseMap benefits

  • Enhanced efficiency through simultaneous generation of multiple grids and contour maps for multiple horizons
  • Delivers a global view by assembling multi-survey horizon picks into regional maps
  • Multiple independent surface gridding options supporting a variety of needs and workflows
  • In the presence of large amounts of surveys/data, full control of display priorities
  • The system stores all gridding input data and mapping parameters, for easy auditability
  • Enhanced workflow productivity and reliability through the interactive connection between BaseMap, 3D Canvas and Section windows, which enables real-time data updates in all three windows
     

BaseMap features

  • A standardized ergonomic user interface with 3D Canvas and Section windows
  • "Lazy loading" of interpretation objects for efficient work with large amounts of data
  • Advanced layout management, including drag-and-drop panels
  • A rich set of gridding algorithms that enable users to produce maps from diverse data
  • Manual and semi-automatic editing tools
  • Mathematical formulas for performing operations on grids, picks, and control points, pre-defined and user-scriptable
  • Smoothing, de-spiking, extrapolation of interpretation surfaces with interactive preview for evaluating parameters
  • Map grid operations, including isochron/isopach/isochore creation
  • High-quality, customizable data displays, including color palette selections and settings, color masks, interactive histogram
  • An interactive hardcopy composition, editing, and layout utility supporting a rich set of output formats
  • Automatic well traverse generation when working with large amounts of wells
  • Multi-survey gridding and contouring, allowing choice of class, survey, data source, Epos® User and surface names
  • Gridding of well properties
  • Gridding of cumulative and time-based production data
  • Ability to generate, annotate, and dynamically re-project maps to coordinate reference systems other than the primary project geographic reference system
  • Planimeter, volumetric analysis and area versus depth calculations for risk analysis
  • Horizon and seismic mis-tie calculation and correction for time, amplitude and phase, preserving cumulative mis-tie history
  • Statistical grid analysis for comparing and editing maps
  • Calibration of seismic data to wells and well mis-tie map creation with preview
  • Interactive crossplot tool with graphical data selection ability