The code, workflows and data for the demonstrations and hands-on components of the 2 Day Short Course, Everything Geoscientists and Data Scientists Need to Know About Geostatistics. The lecture notes are here: https://github.com/GeostatsGuy/2DayCourse.
Michael Pyrcz is an associate professor at the University of Texas at Austin. He teaches and consults on the practice of geostatistical reservoir modeling and conducts research on new geostatistical methods to improve reservoir modeling and uncertainty for conventional and unconventional reservoirs. He has published over 40 peer reviewed technical articles, a textbook with Oxford University Press, and is an associated editor with Computers & Geosciences. For more details see www.michaelpyrcz.com or follow him on Twitter @GeostatsGuy.
Class will be accessible to geoscientists and data scientists with no previous experience with geostatistics. We will build up from data integration to spatial estimation and simulation along with uncertainty modeling to support decision making. After completion the students will understand: (1) the benefits and uses of geostatistics, (2) the common spatial and uncertainty modeling workflows, (3) how to better integrate their domain knowledge into the geostatistical model.
For the following 2-day class outline it is assumed that: (1) the class will be taught in English without translation, and (2) 1/3 of time will be guided hands-on practice
Exploratory Data Analysis (a) Sampling theory, stationarity, data debiasing (b) Random variables and functions (c) Univariate statistics, multivariate statistics (d) Geostatistics and big data analytics
Spatial Data Analysis (a) Trend modeling (b) Variogram calculation, interpretation and modeling (c) Scaling relations (d) Training images
Estimation (a) Interpolation (b) Kriging estimation (c) Predrill prediction
Stochastic Simulation (a) Simulation paradigm (b) Gaussian simulation (c) Minimum acceptance and uncertainty checks
Uncertainty Management (a) (Spatial) bootstrap (b) Model post-processing (c) Uncertainty workflows
Machine Learning for Subsurface (a) Estimation variance (b) Multivariate analysis (c) Decision Tree
I am open to revisions to the outline to accommodate student learning needs.