Candidate open data
Please nominate additional open datasets that we need to add to this page below. Make comments to "up vote" datasets, or if you are working on making the data available. Move completed data to a completed list of a date.
- 1 These can be described in the wiki and distributed
- 2 These sources can be searched for open data.
- 3 These data can be retrieved with some effort and perhaps cost
- 4 These data have restrictive licenses that forbid redistribution.
- 5 These data are missing. Can they be found and made generally available?
- 6 Kurt Marfurt's processing lab ppt based on stratton
These can be described in the wiki and distributed
from the open_source_geoscience amazon s3 server. It would be good to get this data off the current server.
- 2 hess vti 2d synthetics for depth migration (from software.seg.org)
- The 2004 BP Velocity-Analysis Benchmark dataset from the velocity-analysis workshop at the 2004 EAGE meeting, Paris, France (from software.seg.org)
- '1997 2.5D' dataset from ``Strike shooting, dip shooting, widepatch shooting -- Does prestack migration care? A model study, by Etgen and Regone (from software.seg.org)
- The 'Model94' dataset from ``Migration from topography: Improving the near-surface image, by Gray and Marfurt (from software.seg.org)
- Mike O'Brien's 'Statics94' dataset created to test processing techniques for handling near-surface statics (from software.seg.org)
- The 2007 BP TTI Velocity-Analysis Benchmark dataset for the velocity-analysis workshop at the 2010 EAGE meeting in Barcelona(from software.seg.org)
- seg/eage overthrust model
oz yilmaz collection of 40 shots from around the world
in the book or can be downloaded from seismic unix website for redisplay/frequency analysis
There is a link to get copies of this data at [http://www.cwp.mines.edu/cwpcodes/ ]
UK Government seismic data release
These sources can be searched for open data.
Once identified they can be moved to the group "can be described in wiki"
- Michigan Tech's list of links to public seismic datasets http://www.geo.mtu.edu/spot/SeismicData/
- A compendium of multicomponent datasets compiled by the EDGER consortium at UT
- seg student field camp data. Data is currently in segd format. Data would be easier to use if translated to segy and saved along with the segd data. John Stockwell may know how to find some of this data.
- Yilmaz book data. 40 should from around the world is available from Stanford (SEP) and maybe other Universities. Later revisions of the book have additional data that is not as well known.
- Line 001 from http://www.freeusp.org/RaceCarWebsite/TechTransfer/Tutorials/Processing_2D/Processing_2D.html provided by Waldek Ogonowski (Ray) is already indexed in wiki.seg.org. Alternate distribution could be provided from Amazon s3. Pictures can be added to the wiki.
These data can be retrieved with some effort and perhaps cost
- archival data on seg/eage salt dome model that na1 and wa1 are subsets. Some suggest they are not worth salvaging since they can be easily recomputted on modern computers. If we attempt to salvage the old data, it would probably be best to use Ovation services.
These data have restrictive licenses that forbid redistribution.
- Can owners be found and convinced to provided to offer a more generous license that would allow SEG to redistribute before the data are orphaned. This is a challenging goal but would be a service to the exploration geophysical community.
- Datasets from the SMAART (Subsalt Multiple-Attenuation And Reduction Team) project: Pluto 1.5, Sigsbee 2A and 2B, Ziggy
These data are missing. Can they be found and made generally available?
- part(s) of mobil viking graben dataset from Keys and Foster SEG keynote/research workshop. according to the book describing the data there should VSP at each of the two wells and some other files containing the observer logs. In August of 2013 and the Source Signature was added to the online repository. Delft (Vershuur?) used the VSP in a publication, but did not have a copy April, 2013.
Kurt Marfurt's processing lab ppt based on stratton
- look in schleicher's mac in Documents/seismic_processing_marfurt
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