Canopy Geoscience: Python-Based Analysis Environment for Geoscience Data

Today we officially release Canopy Geoscience 0.10.0, our Python-based analysis environment for geoscience data.

Canopy Geoscience integrates data I/O, visualization, and programming, in an easy-to-use environment. Canopy Geoscience is tightly integrated with Enthought Canopy’s Python distribution, giving you access to hundreds of high-performance scientific libraries to extract information from your data.


The Canopy Geoscience environment allows easy exploration of your data in 2D or 3D. The data is accessible from the embedded Python environment, and can be analyzed, modified, and immediately visualized with simple Python commands.

Feature and capability highlights for Canopy Geoscience version 0.10.0 include:

  • Read and write common geoscience data formats (LAS, SEG-Y, Eclipse, …)
  • 3D and 2D visualization tools
  • Well log visualization
  • Conversion from depth to time domain is integrated in the visualization tools using flexible depth-time models
  • Integrated IPython shell to programmatically access and analyse the data
  • Integrated with the Canopy editor for scripting
  • Extensible with custom-made plugins to fit your personal workflow

Contact us to learn more about Canopy Geoscience!

The Canopy Geoscience Team


Data can be visualized in 2D using a map view, or along a traverse (inline, crossline, or user-defined). Data defined in time and depth is co-visualized by selecting a depth-time model from the toolbar.


In the 2D map visualization, you can select a seismic volume or horizon to provide the reference grid coordinates.

3D and 3D visualization includes corner-grid volumes.

One thought on “Canopy Geoscience: Python-Based Analysis Environment for Geoscience Data

  1. avatarLuke Smith

    I don’t know very much about environmental analysis, so learning about it should be interesting. I can see how making challenges that deal with the environment can affect us all. That is probably why it is a great idea to have a company working on this so things turn out for the best.

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