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Hi,

I would like to know if the resstat module is based on the same articles than the spstat module.
Especially the J.Ronen&J.Claerbout 's article.

Thank you in advance,
Matt.

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RESSTAT ia a CDP-aligned residual statics module while SPSTAT is a stack power residual statics module.
SPSTAT2 is a replacement for SPSTAT introduced in the V6.8 beta releases; it retains or improves on the functionality of the older module, but is much easier to use.
The RESSTAT module is not based on the same articles listed in the SPSTAT module's help documentation.

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Ok, thank you the precision !
Is it possible to have the articles on which you based the resstat module ?

Thank you for your answer.

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We don't have any article references for the RESSTAT module, it just follows the generic CDP-aligned residual statics methodology.
Seismic Data Analysis by Öz Yilmaz, the residual statics corrections section, might be a good reference source.

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Very well, thank you for your answers.

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