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Hi all,

We have made a patch release for our latest stable version: OpendTect 6.6.7, which is now available for installation/update.

In today’s post we share an elegant workflow proposed by Roar Heggland of Equinor ASA to compute Fault Dip and Fault Azimuth for Machine Learning predicted Fault Likelihood (ML-FL).

High-resolution unsupervised 3D segmentation of waveforms for quick geomorphological analysis - Free webinar on Thursday 14 April, 4 pm CET by Friso Brouwer and dGB Earth Sciences.

Fault Likelihood (FL) and its derivative Thinned Fault Likelihood (TFL) facilitate structural interpretation. Both volumes have three components: Fault Likelihood, Fault Dip and Fault Azimuth and both can be used as input for Automatic Fault plane Extraction (AFE). However, we recommend to use FL as input to AFE.

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Hi all,

We have made a patch release for our latest stable version: OpendTect 6.6.6, which is now available for installation/update.

Dear OpendTect users

It's been a while coming... but today we are pleased to announce that we have made an updated patch release for our latest stable version: OpendTect 6.6.5, which now includes the ARK CLS Plugins (with the exception of WSA for OpenWorks, coming very soon!).

Hi all,

We have made a patch release for our latest stable version: OpendTect 6.6.5, which is now available for installation/update.

Hi all,

We have made a patch release for our latest stable version: OpendTect 6.6.4, which is now available for installation/update.

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