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NeuraLog 2008.12

NeuraLog’s simple interface, driven by workflow wizards and automation, makes is easy to get your work done quickly. Automated depth gridding and curve tracing expedite this once tedious task of capturing log data. However, this is only part of the power of NeuraLog. Image warp/stretch are corrected by internal algorithms calculated from the log’s grid model. Real-time visual verification is achieved, as the curve trace directly overlays the image original. Once curves are traced, a log quality index value is computed, giving you an indication of the quality of each curve as well as total log quality. Curve calculations are available for basic log petrophysics, and curve mathematics allow you to depth shift or perform inverse operations. Finally, LAS data accuracy can be confirmed with our Virtual Light Table. Without these critical steps the quality of your data, and subsequently your analysis, is unknown. In short, NeuraLog allows you to verify and edit your log data on the fly to produce the best possible results.

Automated Tracing – Neural Network Speed and Accuracy drive tracing algorithms for better-than-human tracing with highlighting of the curves for immediate feedback. Both Solid and Dashed curve tracers are available to account for curve crossings.

* Built in grid model to account for curves crossing the grids
* Auto-stop error detection
* Interactive curve editing with immediate resume tracing

Interactive Log Display – NeuraLog displays your log raster image and traced curve vectors directly on the computer screen, providing immediate feedback.

* Point and click interaction with the tracing tool
* Scrolling and zooming
* Error correction at any point in the tracing process
* Automatic scrolling through log during curve trace

Image Warp and Stretch Correction – NeuraLog corrects for warp and stretch, a common problem in poor log images, automatically from depth grids to produce quality log images and digital data.
Product:NeuraLog 2008.12