Local dip and azimuth at each seismic sample
The dip-steering plugin allows you to create and use "steering cubes". A steering cube contains the local dip and azimuth of seismic events, at every sample position. The cube is used for:
"Many softwares offer coherency and curvature attributes, but those obtained through OpendTect's dip-steering are really something different."
Dip-steering is one of the most popular and most widely used plugins in the suite of OpendTect software tools. In all service projects conducted by dGB the first step after data loading is the creation of a steering cube. This cube is then used to enhance the input seismic data e.g. by removing random noise with a dip-steered median filter, or by drastically sharpening faults with a dip-steered fault enhancement filter. Such steps improve all subsequent work like horizon tracking and attribute analysis.
The Dip-Steering plugin is a required plugin for creating (data-driven) HorizonCubes.