In recent years, we have witnessed a data explosion driven by advances in hardware and software capabilities. Whereas only a few years ago it was quite normal to interpret seismic data on one volume only, it is now common to work on several volumes simultaneously. In addition, modern seismic interpretation software packages allow us to compute a plethora of different attributes. All these volumes and attributes offer a different view of the data, often revealing interesting features but also leading to confusing and sometimes conflicting information.

This paper describes two concepts, each meant to combine all these different types of...

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