To augment the content in EM GeoSci, a number of Jupyter Notebook apps have been developed. There are two categories of notebooks
- EM Apps
- Purpose: To provide an interactive way to explore fundamentals of EM geophysics
- Simulation Notebooks
- Purpose: To be a starting point for getting up and running with the EM Module of SimPEG for performing numerical simulations and inversions
If you run into any issues, please let us know at: http://github.com/geoscixyz/em_apps.
There are a few ways you can run the notebooks. We recommend:
- Microsoft Azure (recommended): https://notebooks.azure.com/lheagy/libraries/em_apps
Alternatively, you can use:
- Binders (free, no login required, not-so-stable): http://mybinder.org/repo/geoscixyz/em_apps
- Download from Github (free, installation of python required): http://github.com/geoscixyz/em_apps
Within the Jupyter Notebook environment, you can use
shift + enter to run
each cell of code, or from the menu, select
cell, run all
These notebooks walk through forward simulations of both frequency domain electromagnetics and time domain electromagnetics using SimPEG.
These notebooks are available at
- Microsoft Azure (recommended): https://notebooks.azure.com/lheagy/libraries/electromagnetics
- Binders (free, no login required, not-so-stable): http://mybinder.org/repo/simpeg/em_notebooks
- Download from Github (free, installation of python required): http://github.com/simpeg/em_notebooks
Further examples and documentation are available at http://simpeg.xyz.