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Dear OpendTect users,

We have made a patch release for our previous stable version: OpendTect 6.4.6, which is now available for installation/update on Windows and Linux.

The courses will be held in our new office in Sugar Land.

The advanced workflow training (every third Tuesday of the month), will have a Machine Learning focus. During this course you will learn about:

Hi all,

With our upcoming release 6.6.4 we will also release a new free data set for developing and testing Machine Learning applications in OpendTect.

We are excited to invite you to join our OpendTect Machine Learning Developers’ Community!

Identifying the most appropriate geoscience Machine Learning techniques, workflows and data access patterns and using them optimally can be challenging for the best of us.

Dear OpendTect users,

The latest stable patch release of OpendTect v6.6.3 is now available on Mac as well.

Hi all,

We have made a patch release for our latest stable version: OpendTect 6.6.3, which is now available for installation/update on Windows and Linux. The Mac version will follow soon.

dGB Earth Sciences and Panterra have started a petition
to support the creation of a Digital Well Database
for all publicly-released well data in The Netherlands.

Hi all,

We have made a patch release for our latest stable version: OpendTect 6.6.2, which is now available for installation/update on Windows and Linux. The Mac version will follow soon.

Hi all,

We have made a patch release for our latest stable version: OpendTect 6.6.1, which is now available for installation/update on Windows and Linux. The Mac version will follow soon.

From 10th August to 16th October 2020 FORCE with help from AGILE will arrange a globally open machine learning contest. They want to find the team that is best at predicting lithology and the stratigraphy in wells in the North Sea. A curated public dataset is being prepared by them and will also be downloadable on TerraNubis in OpendTect format from August 10th.