Previous content on MCSEM.com
I have finally migrated MCSEM.com over to Digital Earth Lab. So I now have a single integrated website instead which is much easier for me to manage. The new MCSEM section can be found here and MCSEM.com should soon redirect to Digital Earth Lab.
Marine CSEM modelling software download, new and improved introductory chapters into marine CSEM, and archived blogposts are now accessible.
First of all thanks everyone for their continuing support and feedback. The download counter has risen to over 1500 downloads (+/- 500 thanks to Ukrainian bots) spanning 70+ countries. It has been a rewarding experience seeing so many different people from such varied and distinguished organizations using my software. Sadly it is time for MCSEM.com to come to a close.
So What's Next for MCSEM.com?
I started MCSEM.com as a way to share my software and work developed as part of my PhD. So now that my PhD has finally completed I will be decommissioning this website. I will keep MCSEM.com active and hosted for the next several years while I find a place to migrate the software and articles. I would like to migrate the software with still an existing geophysical open source consortium so if anybody has any ideas of where the software should reside please contact me.
CSEM Software From Inception...
I was 20 when I first devised of a CSEM modelling package, now at 26 I have a much clearer idea of how software should be structured and more largely the requirements for geophysical software development. Software takes effort to create but good robust software takes dedication. I have been diligently adding to and modifying CSEMoMatic over these last 6 years and it has developed SIGNIFICANTLY from simple C code to a complex multi-dimensional Electromagnetic modelling and inversion platform written in Java. I co-wrote the first version with my friend Sean Phillips as part of his Honours Thesis for rapid generation of CSEM data for feasibility studies (Check out his work, it's a good read). The program took manual input and output the marine CSEM data into an easily importable format.
The work with Sean got [...]
Hi all. As you might all know the code hasn't been publically available on any proper server.
As per the GPL v3.0 license the source code is officially public. You may do as you like with it. Modify it or use it. That is now up to you. Just keep in mind if you do modify it (or incorporate a single line into you program), the program will still retain the GPL license
For the time being, I have uploaded it to an assembla SVN service. This located may change (maybe to sourceforge.... maybe to a private SVN server.... I will decide on this later).
You can use Turtoise SVN client to download the source code.
The code isn't in the best state. It works, version 1.4 is more stable than Omnium beta. The code is largely uncommented and it's structure is too messy for my liking, this will improve. There are two different code bases. The CSEMoMatic standard (located in trunk) and the Omnium package (located in OpenWaters project). The download size is LARGE since there is quite alot of overlap between both the CSEMoMatic and Omnium so be be patient when downloading.
The SVN address is listed below,
Thanks all. If you need help understanding the code or compilation I am happy to help. Just send me an email.