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VIRTUAL EVENT - Early Career Network: Introduction to ioGAS

Date:
29 July 2020
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Event type:
Webinar, Workshop, Virtual event
Organised by:
Early Careers Network
Venue:
Virtual event
Event status:
EVENT OPEN

The Early Career Network (Geological Society) and Early Career Professionals Committee (Society of Economic Geologists) are delighted to be working with IMDEX to offer a free open access introductory webinar to demonstrate the use of ioGAS software for processing geoscience data.

ioGAS is found commonly in the mineral industry and increasingly in other geoscientific disciplines. The software is designed to put tools and workflows into your hands to better extract value from data. This workshop will start with a talk that demonstrates the philosophy and techniques we need to consider when analysing data.

The remaining time will be an introduction to the software, workflows, and an overview of the various functions, before looking at some of the workflows. We will finish with a look at examples of more advanced analytic workflows, such as supervised and un-supervised learning techniques, and how these can be put into everyday practice with your data. 

You will get a taste for what the software can do, why it is important to move beyond X-Y plots, and get a taster for further applications in your own area of use. The webinar will be suitable for people who have never used ioGAS before, as well as experienced users seeking another overview of the latest release and new analytical tools.

The webinar will run from 9.00am to 1.00pm.

Registration

Registration is now open.

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Programme

9.00am to 9.10am: Introduction

9.15am to 10.15am: Talk from David Lawie – Signal form Noise

10.15am to 10.30am: ioGAS – introduction and basic usage

10.30 to 10.45am: Break and questions

10.45am to 12.00pm:

  • Data importing, plotting and functions
  • Data importing and data cleaning
  • Basic plotting
  • Structural Analysis (IQ-Logger)
  • Map data and export
  • Software links (QGIS, ESRI, Leapfrog)

12.00pm to 12.10pm: Break and questions

12.10pm to 12.45pm:

  • Workflows and analytics
  • Build a classification workflow
  • PCA with CART
  • Portable XRF to lithogeochemical classification with self-organising maps

12.45pm to 1.00pm: Q&A session

Venue

This is a virtual event which will take place via the Geological Society's Zoom (details distributed a day before).

Contact

Please contact geolsocecn@gmail.com with any enquiries.