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Domain Analysis in Isatis

Understand the use of geostatistics as a tool to question and validate the domaining decisions taken to guide the estimation process - 1-day fundamentals course.
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Objective

This 1-day course offers a complementary understanding of the use of geostatistics as a tool to question and validate the domaining decisions taken to guide the estimation process.

Key features

Exploratory Data Analysis (‘EDA’) refers to the various geostatistical analyses used to describe the spatial and statistical characteristics of a variable’s underlying distribution. EDA may include univariate or multivariate analysis, and/or plotting of histograms, base maps, scatter plots, Q-Q plots, h-scatter plots, variograms, variogram maps, etc..

EDA is used to help validate the domaining decisions underlying the production of a resource estimate.

Border effect and Contact Analysis are complementary tools used to help qualify how these domains should be treated at estimation stage (hard/soft boundary, definition of transition domains etc.)

Who should attend

This course is aimed at resource geologists wanting to gain an appreciation of how the geostatistical framework can help validate their domaining decisions.

Course content

  • Exploratory Data Analysis: univariate or multivariate analysis, and/or plotting of histograms, base maps, scatter plots, Q-Q plots, h-scatter plots, variograms, variogram maps, etc.
  • Contact Analysis
  • Border Effect

Prerequisites

None.

This course may be scheduled for any date and/or location at your convenience. Tailored courses may also be organized on client demand. Please contact your sales representative to request more information.

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Gussow Geoscience Conference 2014

September 22 - 24, 2014

Geovariances is Silver Sponsor at the next Gussow Geoscience Conference 2014 in Banff (Canada) and will feature Isatis 2014 benefits for building high-resolution reservoir models.

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Geovariances, in partnership with SLN, is to present a paper: "Multivariate block simulations of a lateritic type Nickel deposit and post-processing of a representative subset". We'll also be at booth #4.