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Good afternoon everybody,

My question is very basic, as I am a brand new user of GC. I would like to know if there is any tutorial on setting up a processing flow with my own data. The tutorials I find are based on Projects that have to be restored. I can't find anywhere how to import my segy files in the first place. Ideally I would like to set up a proper project and from the point that the processing flow can be started I can start following the other tutorials again.

Thank you in advance
Johannes

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In terms of setting up a new project in Claritas, this can be done from the Projects tab of the Launcher (Third from bottom between Miscellaneous and Wavelets) presents with two columns of buttons second from the top on the left is the one you want to Create a new project, (the following video gives an overview of Project functionality and maybe useful - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AFRT3fUe4lQ - Note some of the project forms have been updated but functionality is the same).

Once the project is created you can then either copy your SegY files that you want to read/review into the data directory or just read from the directory or drive they are currently on.

SV and Seisview can read SegY data (providing standard SegY i.e IBM Floating point), SegY analyser can be used to decode and understand your SegY data and resolve any issues they may have (Video showing SegY_Analyser functionatlity - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EVN3RFjcKAE).

​Then just consider the job flows in the Land 2D tutorial as examples you can copy and test on your own data or you can create new flows from scratch (Videp on XSJE job editor - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eCHsY9vV0bA)

Hope this helps, let me know if you have any questions.

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