Announcing the release of version 6.6.10 of the WMPlugins a suite of opensource plugins that extend the opensource seismic interpretation system OpendTect. This release is built against OpendTect 6.6.7.
The 6.6.8 release of the wmPlugins includes a number of new Python external attribute scripts that use the PyLops linear operator library for seismic modelling and inversion. These scripts also demonstrate the use of the new user interface parameter elements introduced in the 6.6.8 release of the External Attribute plugin.
In this post I show you how to set up and use the free Visual Studio Code editor with OpendTect for interactive computation using Python Jupyter Notebooks. If you have installed the OpendTect Machine Learning Python environments you can create and edit Python Jupyter Notebooks using Visual Studio Code without modifying the installed environment provided VS Code is run from within OpendTect. The approach described in this post might assist users in strictly controlled IT settings get up and running using Jupyter Notebooks.