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There’s no denying that knowledge of a programming language is a useful skill to have as we move towards an ever increasingly digital workplace. It signifies freedom to break away from software constraints by providing a platform where you can create your own processes. Interested? Read more about how and why Eleanor Oldham started learning Python and how coding may benefit you in our latest newsletter.
How good is data visualisation? This week our Senior Geophysicist Eleanor Oldham explores the advantages of good data visualisation and the potential issues to be aware of in her article 'Data Visualisation: How many Elephants are in the Room?'
Interested in understanding more about machine learning? Read our Senior Geophysicist Eleanor Oldham’s article ‘4 Reasons Not to Fear Machine Learning’ in our newsletter.
In this digital age vast quantities of data are generated and stored on company systems. With even the most robust filing systems in place, dark and unstructured data builds up and knowledge is effectively “lost”. Keywise is a robust, intelligent, in-house Datawise utility to extract keywords and phrases from any collection of files creating knowledge and context to documents.
Seismic surveys are a major investment and a key asset. Failure to archive all the different component items of survey acquisition and processing data to a single, safe, and known archive can carry a heavy cost in the long run. Continue reading to find out how best to look after your seismic data..
The Digital Transformation Summit, held 21st-22nd May in Edinburgh, brought together expertise from Oil & Gas, Academia, Aerospace and other key industry sectors. The concept of digital transformation promises an exciting future where autonomous AI systems drive value creation, efficiency and safety, but these systems are not magical. Continue reading to learn more..