Discover and explore data
Geology & Geophysics specialists can spend up to 50% of their time finding and sourcing data assets before they can analyze the data. Discover speeds up the workflow and lets you discover and explore all the subsurface data in one place: documents, seismic data, and well data.
You can search the different data categories separately, and switch between categories without losing the results.
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Search for documents using keywords
Select DOCUMENTS at the top of the Discover page and enter a keyword or phrase in the search bar.
In the search filter you can select relevant search fields and specify values for each field (e.g., title, author name).
Search for documents in the map
Open the map and navigate to the area of your interest. Draw a polygon to restrict your search to the documents contained within the polygon.
Filtering search results
You can further refine the document search results using multiple filters.
- Select relevant file types such as word, pdf, etc.
- Select relevant document types such as reports, risk assessment, etc.
- Specify the date range and the source where the original documents are stored on-premise
The document search in Discover is by default based on relevancy, but other criteria can be applied, e.g., author, modified date, file size, parent folder, etc. Click Relevancy to see the available options.
Search and preview seismic data sets
Select SEISMIC DATA at the top of the Discover page, then open and navigate the map to your area of interest. Draw a polygon to restrict your search to seismic data contained within the polygon.
Note: Searching for a survey using the search bar requires the survey name to be an exact match.
Expand a survey to see a list of data sets that can be selected and previewed. The corresponding blocks are highlighted in the polygon when you select data sets. You can draw an arbitrary line in the map to preview and compare seismic images.
Search and preview well data
Select WELL DATA at the top of Discover page and enter free text in the search bar. Drill down into the results by clicking a well to see all the related wellbores. Click a wellbore in a table view below the selected wellbore to see all the related logs/sequences. Mudlogs can be viewed in a stand-alone application.