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Mamba2D is the MARE2DEM model building assistant, a MATLAB interactive graphic user interface for creating forward and inverse model grids.
Mamba2D.m is the MARE2DEM model building assistant, a MATLAB interactive graphical user interface for creating forward and inverse model grids.
This examples shows an inversion model obtained from inverting synthetic MT and CSEM data. The MATLAB code plotMARE2DEM.m was used to generate the plot.
This example shows an inversion model obtained from jointly inverting synthetic MT and CSEM data with MARE2DEM. The MATLAB code plotMARE2DEM.m was used to generate the plot.
Example MT responses plotted with the MATLAB code plotMARE2DEM_MT.m.
Example MT responses plotted with the MATLAB code plotMARE2DEM_MT.m.
Example MT data and model response pseudosections generated with the MATLAB code plotMARE2DEM_MT.m.
Example MT data and model response pseudosections generated with the MATLAB code plotMARE2DEM_MT.m.

 

Example of misfit-breakdown charts generated with the MATLAB code plotMARE2DEM_MT.m. These are useful for figuring which parts of the data are and aren't being fit by the 2D inversion.
Example of misfit-breakdown charts generated with the MATLAB code plotMARE2DEM_MT.m. These are useful for figuring which parts of the data are and aren't being fit by the 2D inversion.
Example of CSEM data and inversion model responses plotted in MATLAB with plotMARE2DEM_CSEM.m.
Example of CSEM data (dots) and inversion model responses (lines) plotted in MATLAB with plotMARE2DEM_CSEM.m.

 

Example showing triangular model parameters (thick lines) and an underlying finite element mesh (thin lines). The finite element meshes are generated and adaptively refined automatically by MARE2DEM, so users only need to define the model parameter grid, which can be done easily using Mamba2D.m.
Example showing triangular model parameters (thick lines) and an underlying finite element mesh (thin lines). The finite element meshes are generated and adaptively refined automatically by MARE2DEM, so users only need to define the model parameter grid, which can be done easily using Mamba2D.m.

 

Example of an inversion parameter grid generated with Mamba2D.m. The air and sea layers are large polygons since they are fixed parameters, whereas the seafloor has been triangulated into small triangular free parameters in the region of interest, and larger triangular free parameters outside the region of interest.
Example of an inversion parameter grid generated with Mamba2D.m. The air and sea layers are large polygons since they are fixed parameters, whereas the seafloor has been triangulated into small triangular free parameters in the region of interest, and larger triangular free parameters outside the region of interest.