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In this course, you learn how PPDM 3.9 can be used to manage information about well logs and curves, operational logging details, and how to catalogue what logging data is available.
You will discover how the PPDM Data Model can be used for mnemonic dictionaries to index digital, raster logs and paper and curves, describe formats, physical storage locations, and much more. This course is focused on the data model.
Evaluation Method(s) / Metrics:
- Recognize common terminology related to well logs and list examples of types of well logs
- Review common log formats
- Discuss the consequence to data management for well logs and the complexities associated with sorting out legacy logs’
- Describe parts of a well log
- Review PPDM 3.9 Data Model subject areas and operational log details
- Discuss classifying logs and curves and the importance of dictionaries to integrating log libraries
- Recognize what is available, what sections of a well have been logged and what kind of logs have been run
- Discuss log and curve formats, and digital curves
No examination or test for this course therefor no grade assigned.
PPDM Certificate of Completion
There are no special requirements for this course.