Date(s) - Monday, 24/02/2020
8:30 am - 3:00 pm
Lecture Theatre, CSIRO,
Monday, 24 February 2020
8:30 am – 3:00 pm AEST
Manual interpretation of numerical drill hole data (such as multivariate geochemical analyses) is time-consuming and subjective. We combine the power of machine learning with multiscale spatial information to provide the geologist with a flexible and intuitive system for automating drill hole logging.
Workflow and solutions are delivered via an interactive website, DATA MOSAIC, which allows the geologist to upload their own data and control the workflow.
This one-day workshop will provide training in:
- Detecting geological boundaries in drill hole data
- Creating multiscale geological domains using wavelet tessellation
- A brief introduction to compositional data analysis
- A brief introduction to machine learning for rock classification
- Hierarchical classification for multiscale analysis
You will be using the Data Mosaic web app for hands-on practice of the methods. Please bring a laptop.
Registrations are now open
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