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Creating a Vp log by using velocity profiles on Hampson Russ 
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Post Creating a Vp log by using velocity profiles on Hampson Russ
Hi ,

I will be doing AVO Analysis for my thesis. However I dont have any sonic log data. However I have velocity profiles from seismic velocity analysis. I was thinking about to use the velocity profiles to create a Vp log since I do not have any other option for now. I am using Hampson Russell 10, and I am pretty new on the software. Is there anyone who has an idea about how to create a sonic log by using velocity profiles? I would appreciate if anyone can help me out with this. Thank you!


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