BELLEVUE, Washington—December 31, 2013—Happy New Year! Tecplot®, Inc. has just released an update of Tecplot® RS™, the company’s reservoir simulation visualization and analysis tool for oil and gas reservoir modeling. The Release 2 (R2) version has significant improvements for loading, viewing, and exporting files and plots, including automating some functions while reducing the ‘number of clicks.’
New features and enhancements make it easier to load, view, and export files and plots.
Highlights include the ability to:
- Create a set of plots in the Plot Gallery for one case, and then swap the files to automatically create the same set of plots for a new case.
- Export the results of KSum or KAvg operations to a CSV file for an aerial view of the reservoir model.
- Load and display streamlines that have been saved in a VDB database.
- Select multiple Plot Gallery plots and automatically export them.
- Automatically load grid solutions files using fewer ‘clicks’.
- Directly select the case you want to load, including grid solutions, XY (plot) data, and streamlines.
- Read named faults for VDB cases, including faults defined in LGRs.
Details on the new feature in this release can be found on the Tecplot® RS product page.
Platforms and Pricing
Tecplot® RS™ 2013 R2 supports Windows 8, 7, Vista, and XP (32- and 64-bit), and Linux (64-bit) platforms. Complete platform information can be found on the Tecplot® RS product page.
Pricing starts at $6,600 in the U.S. for a single-user perpetual license. Tecplot® RS™ users with current Software Maintenance Service subscriptions can upgrade to Tecplot® RS™ 2013 Release 2 at no additional cost. Special pricing is available for qualified academic users upon request.
About Tecplot®, Inc.
Founded in 1981 and based in Bellevue, Washington, Tecplot®, Inc. empowers engineers and scientists to discover, analyze, and understand information in complex data, and to effectively communicate the results. The company launched Tecplot™ , its first software product for the scientific visualization market, in 1988. Since then, Tecplot™ has been applying and influencing the latest advances in visualization technologies and plotting capabilities. With more than 45,000 users worldwide, Tecplot has become the trusted name in data visualization.
Contact: Margaret Connelly