SegyMAT : Read and Write SEG-Y files using Matlab and Octave.

M-files to read and write SEG-Y files from Matlab, implemented using the syntax of the SEG-Y format : SEG-Y revision 0 (1975) and revision 1 (May 2002) [pdf].
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Introduction
SegyMAT is a set of Matlab files for reading and writing SEG-Y files from Matlab.

SegyMAT aims at being both simple to use to read SEG-Y files, and extensive enough to aid in writing complex seismic data.

A Python port of the library has initiated under the name : SegyPY

ADD : SegyMAT has a family member called lasYmat. A set of mfiles to read LAS files. It is currently under development, but useful.

Download

  • Download latest release

  • Documentation

    SegyMAT user guide : [PDF] [HTML]

    Mailing List
    If you have suggestions, questions, bug-fixes, please join the Please join the segymat-user mailinglist, and post them there.

    News

    Tue, 09 Oct 2012 20:39:32 -0000
    SegyMAT v1.11 Faster reading Kristian Stormark enhanced GetSegyTraceHeader such that it needs fewer disc operations, resulting in major speed improvements when reading large SGY files
    Tue, 09 Oct 2012 20:39:32 -0000
    SegyMAT : Fixed serious bug in ReadSuA bug in ReadSu (version 1.05) that caused all traces to have a fixed trace length of 5011 has bee fixed.

    .... More News ->


    Links
    Some links to other programs using SegyMAT;

    IMAGE2SEGY : Raster BM/JPG to SEGY conversion

    Donate

    If you feel you want to contribute with a donation to the development, you can do so here :
    Donate to SegyMAT

    Acknowledgment
    Thanks to Brian Farrelly, Norsk Hydro Research Centre, Bergen, Norway, for supplying functions to convert between IBM Floating Point format and doubles.

    Thanks to Urs Boeringer for adding a patch to WriteSegy, to enable use of an arbitrary set of TraceHeader values.

    'sacsun2mat' was written by F Tilmann whos based his work on sac_sun2pc_mat by C. D. Saragiotis. from Matlab Central.

    Thanks to Sourceforge for hosting the project.


    (C) 2001,2002,2003,2004,2005,2006 Thomas Mejer Hansen, [mail - www]