pyGIMLi is an open-source library for modelling and inversion and in geophysics. The object-oriented library provides management for structured and unstructured meshes in 2D and 3D, finite-element and finite-volume solvers, various geophysical forward operators, as well as Gauss-Newton based frameworks for constrained, joint and fully-coupled inversions with flexible regularization.
What is pyGIMLi suited for?
What is pyGIMLi NOT suited for?
One main task of pyGIMli is to carry out inversion, i.e. error-weighted minimization, for given forward routines and data. Various types of regularization on meshes (1D, 2D, 3D) with regular or irregular arrangement are available. There is flexible control of all inversion parameters. The default inversion framework is based on the generalized Gauss-Newton method.
Please see tut:inversion for examples and more details.
pyGIMLi comes with various geophysical forward operators, which can directly be
used for a given problem. In addition, abstract finite-element and finite-volume
interfaces are available to solve custom PDEs on a given mesh. See
pygimli.physics for a collection of forward operators and
pygimli.solver for the solver interface.
The modelling capabilities of pyGIMLi inlcude:
Please see Modelling for examples and more details.