Internet Explorer 9 and Safari users must enable TLS in their browser settings (The new Ocean website uses TLS for enhanced security). Accept
* Internet Explorer version 9: Enable TLS versions 1.0. 1.1 and 1.2 in your Browser settings (Internet options > Advanced > Settings > Security).
* Safari: Enable TLS versions 1.0. 1.1 and 1.2 in your Browser settings (Preferences > Advanced Icon > Change Settings > Advanced Tab > Settings).

Ocean does not support Internet Explorer versions 8 and below. Get Latest Version
If you still have trouble, you should also clear your browser cache: press Shift-Ctrl-Delete [any browser, except Safari] and delete all items.
Further questions can be submitted via Contact Us
IPLAB Kohonen1D/2D/3D Classification3D
Plug-in Attributes
Unconventional Heavy Oil | Carbonate and Fractures | Unconventional Shale
Russia origin, EAR99
  • 2018 | 2019 | 2020
Supporting Documents
Installation Guide
Release Notes
User Manual
Provides seismic cube classification using Kohonen 1D, 2D, and 3D neural network. The plug-in can be used for unsupervised classification using a seismic cube waveform based on a Kohonen self-organizing map (SOM) 1D, 2D, or 3D neural network. The results are virtual seismic cubes ready for RGB mixing.
The 1D Kohonen neural network will create one index class. The 2D Kohonen neural network will create two indexed classes and thus will require RGB mix visualization. The 3D Kohonen neural network will create three indexed classes and will require RGB mix visualization. During the learning and calculation stages, the plug-in will use parallel processing based on all available CPU cores. It helps calculation performance for the 3D Kohonen neural network and saves significant time.
  • Kohonen 2D or 3D projection provides better showing of object positions in multidimensional space
  • • RGB blending of 2D or 3D neural network projections potentially permits more accurate geological facies interpretation
Additional Information
A defined set of surface properties are used for classification. Optionally, it can be used for seismic waveform classification based on seismic cubes (one or several) and with layer definition (top and bottom surfaces).