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On these pages we like to establish a forum for everything that has to do with resistivity methods in geophysics or other subjects. There will be room for up/downloading of documents, literature and discussions about different things like modeling, inversion, field data and so on.

We hope to establish a community. Anyone who's willing to cooperate in developing software, building the site or contributing to the discussions is heartily welcome.

In research you can find an overview on new papers as well as links or upload of ready or still-in-progress work.

One of the main points will be, of course, the software we are working on. We hope to bring it to a broad spectrum of users in research and teaching by steady development and documentation.

Data is for exchanging sample data, in download the software can be obtained and in the forum is space for discussion. In the future any user will be able to up or download documents or codes.

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25-10-07 15:32
BERT - Boundless Electrical Resistivity Tomography

By THOMAS GÜNTHER

Our dc resistivity inversion approach is now called
BERT - Boundless Electrical Resistivity Tomography
boundless stands for any geometry (2d,3d,topography,bounded/unbounded,electrode shapes or whatever) and full control of the whole inversion - also available under windows now, see BERT4WIN page


Our dc resistivity inversion approach is now called
BERT - Boundless Electrical Resistivity Tomography
boundless stands for any geometry (2d,3d,topography,bounded/unbounded,electrode shapes or whatever) and full control of the whole inversion - also available under windows now

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