Oil & Gas Training
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Software Development
Duration2 Days
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Techlog Python

The Techlog Python class is designed to introduce users to programming basic and advance scripts in Techlog.

Students will be taught:

  • How to create, edit, open and run scripts in Techlog (in a workflow).
  • Basic python syntax and programming skills will be explained, few Python and Techlog modules (libraries) will be introduced.
  • Advance scripting including reading/writing and creating Techlog modules will be covered.
  • Topics
  • Audience
  • Prerequisites
  • Topics

    Introduction to Python

    • History and concept
    • Python inside Techlog

    Introduction to the Python editor

    • Open and run scripts
    • Understand the basics of programming
    • Python syntax and coding rules

    Application workflow interface for Python

    • Run your own equations in a multi-wells and multi-zones environment

    Python additional modules

    • Data QC and harmonization, file import, etc. (Techlog Database)
    • Custom plots (Techlog Plot)
    • Mathematical and scientific tools (Numpy / Scipy)

    Advanced scripting

    • Introduction to advanced basics (multi dimensional lists, dictionaries)
    • Introduction to oriented object programming

    Read/Write files

    • Read/Write text, csv and excel files
    • Import data from excel file and load it inside
    • Techlog Database
    • Reporting

    Modules creation

    • Create custom libraries
  • Audience

    Software developers or geoscientists with basic programming skills interested in gaining a general understanding of programing in Techlog Python

  • Prerequisites

    Techlog fundamentals

  • Prerequisites

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