Working with the Well Correlation View

The Well Correlation View displays one or more wells for comparison and stratigraphic interpretation. The view uses templates to build and customise the display of well log data. 

Display tab

The Display tab controls which wells are included, manages view templates, and adjusts settings for the entire view.

Well selection options:

show all visible wells
  1. Show all visible wells - Display all the active wells.
show visible wells near
  1. Show visible wells near arbline Display all the active wells near a selected arbline (see Arblines).
    • Reverse well order - Flip the order of wells (reverse line order)
show selected wells
  1. Show Selected Wells - Display the wells in the list.
    • Click the blue "+" button to add wells
    • Click the red "x" button to remove a well
    • Well Selection:
      • Choose a well from the list, OR
      • Type text to filter the list, OR
      • Use SHIFT + scroll-wheel to quickly browse wells.
Template

The Template, View Settings, Grid Lines and Markers sections affect the display of the view.  Read more about templates, view settings, grid lines and markers.

Flatten to top

Flatten to well top
  1. In the navigation bar, click the Flatten to top check box.
  2. Select the marker to flatten to in the adjacent drop-down box. The example above shows three wells flattened to well marker "IMH".

Connection Track

The Connections Track is only available in the Well Correlation View. It configures the space drawn between wells.

  1. Distance scaling:  
    • Enabled:
      • The connection track width varies according to the distance between the wells.
    • Disabled:
      • The connection track is the same width between all wells.
      • Use value 0 sets track width to fit evenly in the view.
  2. Track Width: (with scaling enabled)
    • The track width is proportional to the well-to-well distance.
    • Minimum: The size in pixels between the closest pair of wells.
    • Maximum: The size in pixels between the widest spaced wells.
  3. Annotate header: Include well-to-well distance and direction in the connection track header.
  4. Background: The track background colour.
  5. Show marker lines: Include well marker lines across the tracks.