A new paper is added to the collection of reproducible documents:
Local skewness attribute as a seismic phase detector
We propose a novel seismic attribute, local skewness, as an indicator of localized phase of seismic signals. The proposed attribute appears to have a higher dynamical range and a better stability than the previously used local kurtosis. Synthetic and real data examples demonstrate the effectiveness of local skewness in detecting and correcting time-varying, locally-observed phase of seismic signals.
A Madagascar school will take place on April 11, 2014, in St. Petersburg, Russia, at a workshop during the EAGE convention. The workshop was proposed by Paul Sava.
See the workshop page for more information.
sfdipfilter filters input data based on a range of dips (slopes).
The following example from rsf/su/rsfdipfilt (borrowed from one of Seismic Unix demos) shows a synthetic dataset with three events before and after dip filtering:
sfdipfilter operates in 2-D or 3-D Fourier transform domain, with the dimensionality specified by dim=. The dip range is specified either by angles (if angle=y) or by velocities (if angle=n). The four parameters (either ang1=, ang2=, ang3=, ang4= or v1=, v2=, v3=, v4=) specify the range. If pass=y, the range between v2 and v3 is passed, and the range below v1 or above v4 is rejected. If pass=n, the range between v2 and v3 is rejected, and the range below v1 or above v4 is passed. The transition between pass and reject regions is implemented with a sine tapering.
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