Reads and (mostly) writes seismic data from and to files written by Landmark's (a subsidiary of Halliburton) Geoprobe software. This implementation is based on reverse-engineering the file formats, and as such, is certainly not complete. However, things seem to work.
DependenciesRequires python >= 2.5 and numpy. Some functions (e.g. horizon.toGeotiff) require gdal and its python bindings. The plotting functions in utilities (e.g. utilities.wiggles) require matplotlib.
DocumentationDocumentation is in progress. For the moment, the only documentation is the docstrings (which are fairly extensive).
As a basic example:
>>>from geoprobe import volume
>>>vol = volume('/path/to/geoprobe/volume/file.vol')
>>>print vol.xmin, vol.ymin # Model coordinate min and max
>>>test_xslice = vol