INT is pleased to announce the newest release of INTViewer. This release includes a RemoteMap plugin, support for the import and export of GeoTIFF files, a new extended well data structure, and flexible license borrowing.
A major feature of INTViewer 5.2 is the Python integration. Our development team worked very hard to ensure that our customers can get started easily and be productive once they are hooked. One consistent user feedback was that the Python terminal lacked autocompletion. It could become tedious to have to type the full name of each class, each method or each variable. We took this feedback to heart and implemented autocompletion in INTViewer 5.2.
INTViewer is well-known for its seismic analysis capabilities. Among the less well-known plugins, there is a set that always impresses during demos: the microseismic plugins, a set of four plugins that allows INTViewer users to visualize microseismic events.
Microsoft Windows has a standard dialog to choose and save files, but this is not an optimal way to navigate your file system from within your application. INTViewer addresses this issue.