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Tutorials from The Leading Edge column, which started in February 2014.

Most of the tutorials contain Jupyter Notebooks. They can be opened and read (but not actually run) right here in GitHub, or you can install the Notebook software (e.g. with conda install jupyter), then clone this repo, and start a notebook server in the tutorials-2017 directory.

For more in-depth hints on getting started, see Hall, M (2016). A user guide to the geophysical tutorials. The Leading Edge 35 (2), 190–191, doi: 10.1190/tle35020190.1.

Questions? Get in touch!

February 2017

April 2017

June 2017

August 2017

October 2017

  • Colored inversion by Martin Blouin and Erwan Gloaguen
  • Jupyter Notebook
  • The dataset used in this tutorial is the F3 data from the Netherlands, licensed CC-BY-SA by dGB Earth Sciences and TNO, Netherlands.

December 2017

The content of the articles and of the notebooks is © the author(s) and openly licensed CC-BY-SA. The code is © the author(s) and openly licensed under the terms of the Apache License 2, or under the terms specified by the author, if any.

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