If you’re not already familiar with GeoLime, it’s a Python library specifically designed for conducting scientific calculations on geological objects. With standardized labeling and easy-to-use methods, GeoLime has become a go-to library for geoscientists around the world.
GeoLime 1.2.0 boasts numerous additions, including a significant improvement to experimental variography. This latest release has sped up variography and added a memory-bound option, making it more efficient and effective for performing geological research. Also, you can now compute compositing sequentially for each domain, streamlining the process even further.
At DeepLime, we are committed to continuously enhancing and improving the user experience. We believe that this latest release will make a significant difference in the work of many geologists and help them achieve better results.
We invite you to explore the new features and improvements in the GeoLime 1.2.0 documentation and start using it in your geological research today.
Thank you for your continued support!