Model 1 - Horizontal stratigraphicΒΆ

This script demonstrates how to create a basic model of horizontally stacked layers using GemPy, a Python-based, open-source library for implicit geological modeling.

# Import necessary libraries
import gempy as gp
import gempy_viewer as gpv

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Generate the model Define the path to data

data_path = ''
# Create a GeoModel instance
data = gp.create_geomodel(
    extent=[0, 1000, 0, 1000, 0, 1000],
        path_to_orientations=data_path + "/data/input_data/jan_models/model1_orientations.csv",
        path_to_surface_points=data_path + "/data/input_data/jan_models/model1_surface_points.csv"
# Map geological series to surfaces
    mapping_object={"Strat_Series": ('rock2', 'rock1')}
# Compute the geological model
geo_data = data
Surface points hash:  6f1a39ed77e87a4057f03629c946b1876b87e24409cadfe0e1cf7ab1488f69e4
Orientations hash:  04c307ae23f70252fe54144a2fb95ca7d96584a2d497ea539ed32dfd23e7cd5d
Setting Backend To: AvailableBackends.PYTORCH

Plot the initial geological model in the y direction without results

gpv.plot_2d(geo_data, direction=['y'], show_results=False)

# Plot the result of the model in the x and y direction with data and without boundaries
gpv.plot_2d(geo_data, direction=['x'], show_data=True, show_boundaries=False)
gpv.plot_2d(geo_data, direction=['y'], show_data=True, show_boundaries=False)
  • Cell Number: mid Direction: y
  • Cell Number: mid Direction: x
  • Cell Number: mid Direction: y
<gempy_viewer.modules.plot_2d.visualization_2d.Plot2D object at 0x7f00807727d0>

Total running time of the script: (0 minutes 0.370 seconds)

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