Well Log Data Tools
This python script offers two different conversions for well log data:
- Conversion from a BoreholeLASLogData.xls model to a LAS 2.0 file.
- Conversion from a LAS 2.0 file to an entry in the WellLog Content Model.
This repository contains the following files:
- BoreholeLASLogData.xls: Excel spreadsheet for inputting Well Log data
- LAS20_Standards.txt: LAS 2.0 Standards
- LAS_3_File_Structure.PDF: LAS 3.0 Standards
- SPWLA_LogTypeClass.xlsx: SPWLA Log Type Classes
- WellLogDataConverter.pyw: Python code for the tools
- WellLogsTemplate.xls: WellLogs Content Model Template
WellLogDataConverter Tool Requirements:
- [Python 2.6x] (http://www.python.org/)
- [pip] (http://pip.readthedocs.org/en/latest/installing.html)
- [xlrd] (http://pypi.python.org/pypi/xlrd)
- [xlutils] (http://pypi.python.org/pypi/xlutils)
To Run the WellLogDataConverter Tool:
- Double click WellLogDataConverter.pyw to run the script.
- Choose the type of conversion.
- Choose to convert either a single file or convert all files in a folder.
- Click Start Conversion!
- Output Locations: -- The created LAS file(s) are written to the same folder as the original Excel file(s). -- The created WellLogs Content Model Excel file (WellLogs.xls) is written to the same folder as the original LAS file(s).
- Make sure the dependencies for the tool are installed properly.
After Python is installed it needs to be added to the system's Environment Variables (Win7 Directions):
- Go to the Start Menu.
- Right Click "Computer".
- Select "Properties".
- A dialog should pop up with a link on the left called "Advanced system settings". Click it.
- In the System Properties dialog, click the button called "Environment Variables".
- In the Environment Variables dialog look for "Path" under the System Variables window.
- Add "C:\Python26\ArcGIS10.0" (or wherever python.exe is) to the end of it. The semicolon is the path separator on windows.
- Click Ok and close the dialogs.
Installing the xlrd and xlutils modules (Win7 Directions):
- Download the modules from the links above.
- Completely unpack the modules.
- Hold down Shift and right click on the folder which setup.py is located.
- Click ‘Open command window here’.
- Type ‘python setup.py install’ in the command window.
- Do this for each module.