# GemPy Tutorials¶

Here you will find a selection of examples showing what can you do and how you can do it in GemPy

## Getting Started¶

Here you can see how to run a simple GemPy example.

Getting Started

Getting Started

## Chapter 1: GemPy fundamentals¶

These examples show the basic functionality to create geometries.

1.1 -Basics of geological modeling with GemPy

1.1 -Basics of geological modeling with GemPy

1.3a: Grids.

1.3a: Grids.

1.3b: 2-D sections

1.3b: 2-D sections

1.3c: Adding topography to geological models

1.3c: Adding topography to geological models

1.4: Unconformity relationships

1.4: Unconformity relationships

1.5: Fault relations

1.5: Fault relations

1.6: 2D Visualization.

1.6: 2D Visualization.

1.7: 3-D Visualization

1.7: 3-D Visualization

## Chapter 2: Forward Geophysics¶

These examples show how to use some of the in built functionality for forward geophysics. At this date GemPy is not meant to be a package for classical geophysical inversion rather to allow probabilistic inversion. This means that we need algorithms that can be fast, differentiable but still capable to estimate the right answer!

2.1 Forward Gravity: Simple example

2.1 Forward Gravity: Simple example

2.2: Centered Grid.

2.2: Centered Grid.

## Chapter 3: Domain Kriging¶

GemPy uses Kriging to interpolate the scalar field to construct the structural model. However to populate petrophysical data within each domain we also provide functionality to interpolate data in 3D.

3.1: Simple example of kriging in gempy

3.1: Simple example of kriging in gempy

## Chapter 4: Topological analysis¶

One of the reasons to perform structural modeling is to analyse the topology of the system, i.e. the connectivity between layers. GemPy provide built-in functionality to calculate and analyse this aspect of each geological modeling

Chapter 4: Analyzing Geomodel Topology

Chapter 4: Analyzing Geomodel Topology

## Other tutorials¶

Compilation of tutorials that do not fit in the above categories.

Modeling step by step

Modeling step by step

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