Project FORCE ML Competition 2020
Universal Transverse Mercator
WGS84, UTM, Zone 51S
Scale factor at central merdidian:
Latitude of origin:
OpendTect project with 3D Seismic Data. For prediction of trained models only.
OpendTect license information:
License key protected parts of OpendTect (OpendTect Pro and the commercial plugins) can be used on this data set without license keys because the software does not check for license key when it runs on this data set.
Supported for OpendTect:
6.4.6, 6.6 and onwards
7.9 GB (uncompressed), 7.3 GB (download)
Value added products:
FORCE ML Competition 2020 seismic example
Inline range and step:
1001, 3400, 1
Crossline range and step:
2040, 3040, 1
Z range and step:
1.5, 5.5, 0.004 Time
Inline bin size (m/line):
Crossline bin size (m/line):
Area (sq km):
FORCE Machine Learning Competition 2020 information
Here you will find more information about the FORCE Machine Learning Competition 2020.
We show you how to get a headstart with OpendTect 6.6, and how to make and train your own models by using the OpendTect 6.6 Machine Learning plugin:
Ichthys Seismic data set: Browse Basin
The Ichthys Seismic dataset is provided courtesy of Geoscience Australia and is available under CC BY 4.0 license.
It contains a very well-expressed polygonal fault system in the overburden, locally intersected by larger planar faults in the eastern part of the survey and a deeper faulted section in the Jurassic that is clearly dominated by more diffuse but human mappable fault zones.
The focus of the competition is to use a synthetic model trained algorithm that accurately maps the deeper and the shallow faulting and approximates human interpretation.
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