1. n. [Geophysics]
A subset of a 3D seismic survey comprising low fold or simplified processing (such as omitting dip moveout processing) that can be evaluated soon after acquisition.
See: acquisition, borehole seismic data, dip moveout, fold, processing, three-dimensional survey
3. n. [Formation Evaluation]
A log, or a display of several logs, that has been generated by a simple computation of log data. The quicklook is intended to make it easy to identify particular features in a section of log. The term is used for single curves designed, for example, to identify hydrocarbon zones, estimate porosity or identify lithology. Examples are Rwa, crossplot porosity, ratio method and apparent matrix density. The term is also used for a complete log containing some combination of quicklook curves, original logs and lithology display. In all cases the computations are based on simple models.
See: crossplot porosity