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News and Ongoing

 

5 Aug 2022
shinyDASA: a new web-based interface for accessing the Database of Aeolian Sedimentary Architecture (DASA)
The new interface for the Database of Aeolian Sedimentary Architecture (DASA) can be accessed at the following address: https://shinydasa.azurewebsites.net/ Open access until 31st October 2022: demo_user; demo-pass

We are pleased to announce the launch of our new cloud-based application for the interrogation of the DASA reservoir-analogue database developed by the Fluvial, Eolian & Shallow-Marine Research Group.

This new database interfaces developed in-house by our group can be accessed using a web browser (MS Edge or Google Chrome recommended), for extracting analogue data to be used in subsurface characterization and reservoir modelling.

We are now offering free promotional access to our shinyDASA app to current and prospective sponsors of the consortium, until 31st October 2022. Sponsoring companies will retain access to the interface beyond that date.

The new interface for the Database of Aeolian Sedimentary Architecture (DASA) can be accessed at the following address:

https://shinydasa.azurewebsites.net/

Promotional access is offered by log-on using the following credentials (case sensitive):

Username: demo_user

Password: demo-pass

You can read about this new interface, and find a quick guide on how to use it, in this document:

https://frg.leeds.ac.uk/uploaddocs/1736_KT_Sum_GC_2022.pdf