Quality before data automation

Troika data guru says clean up your data act!

Keith Capelin’s paper states that managing terabyte datasets requires adherence to standard formats. Capelin provides advice on physical media storage and on transcribing legacy data, a fraught and complex process where it is easy to degrade data. Automating seismic data management is problematical.

But there is hope. In the future, seismic data will benefit from more automation provided data quality can be preserved. To achieve this, Capelin advises making a small investment of time and money in the early stages of the data lifecycle. Possibly leveraging some of Troika’ specialist tools and services.

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