E4D User Guide
E4D User Guide
Getting Started with E4D
- Linux operating system
- Windows 10 within the Windows Substation for Linux
- E4D can be accessed on the PNNL github site here.
An interactive Jupyter E4D tutorial (/tutorial_JupyterLab) with examples is provided.
- This includes electrical methods for ERT including: mesh generations, forward modeling, inverse and time-lapse inverse modeling. This version of E4D has been tested and documented to meet Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Nuclear Quality Assurance-1 (NQA-1), Level B Safety Software standards.
- Availability and Licensing information, including information on the Infrastructure and Inversion module can be found here.
Open Source License Agreement
E4D: A distributed memory parallel electrical geophysical modeling and inversion code
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- Redistributions of the software in any form, and publications based on work performed using the software should include the following citation as a reference: Johnson, T. C., R. J. Versteeg, A. Ward, F. D. Day-Lewis, and A. Revil (2010), Improved hydrogeophysical characterization and monitoring through parallel modeling and inversion of time-domain resistivity and induced polarization data, Geophysics, 75(4), Wa27-Wa41.
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Infrastructure Modeling and Inversion (IMI) Module Software Release The E4D IMI Module is available under a separate license agreement, the type and fee dependent on the intended use of the software including:
- Collaborative research and development use
- Academic use
- U.S. Government use
- Commercial use