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The Studio for Petrel Users course is designed for users who are already familiar with Petrel, but who need to learn about Studio from a user’s perspective. The purpose of this course is to describe basic concepts used in Studio (such as repositories and indexes) and learn how to work in a Studio environment. The training focuses on tools in Petrel that interact with Studio. This course covers topics such as setting up a database connection and synchronizing data between a Petrel project and a Studio repository.
Working in a Studio environment, Petrel users are able to publish data to share with their team, sign up for notifications, and search data from different data sources. During this session, the participants will first become familiar with the Studio environment and learn about the tools provided in Petrel to work in a Studio environment and the interaction between Petrel and the Studio Database. Then, they will be introduced to the process of transferring data between Petrel and Studio and discover how coordinate reference systems (CRS) and seismic reference datum (SRD) are handled in the process.
In addition to the Search tools and indexes use, the second part of the course will focus on learning how to work in the Studio collaboration environment, how data items in Petrel preserve the data transfer history and how to use Annotate and share knowledge in context with team members. The final part of this session will introduce some administrative tasks that data managers can perform using Studio Manager.
Geophysicists, geologists, geochemists, and technical personnel familiar working in Petrel, but no experience in Studio.
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