Fitting SIP signaturesΒΆ

This example highlights some of the capabilities of pyGimli to analyze spectral induced polarization (SIP) signatures.

Author: Maximilian Weigand, University of Bonn

Import pyGIMLi and related stuff for SIP Spectra

from pygimli.physics.SIP import SIPSpectrum, modelColeColeRho
import numpy as np
import pygimli as pg


1. Generate synthetic data with a Double-Cole-Cole Model and initialize a SIPSpectrum object

f = np.logspace(-2, 5, 100)
Z1 = modelColeColeRho(f, rho=1, m=0.1, tau=0.5, c=0.5)
Z2 = modelColeColeRho(f, rho=1, m=0.25, tau=1e-6, c=1.0)

rho0 = 100 # (Ohm m)
Z = rho0 * (Z1 + Z2)

sip = SIPSpectrum(f=f, amp=np.abs(Z), phi=-np.angle(Z))
# Note the minus sign for the phases: we need to provide -phase[rad]

sip.showData()
sip.showDataKK()  # check Kramers-Kronig relations


Out:

(<Figure size 640x480 with 2 Axes>, array([<matplotlib.axes._subplots.AxesSubplot object at 0x7f8f8ed46b70>,
<matplotlib.axes._subplots.AxesSubplot object at 0x7f8f87b349e8>],
dtype=object))

1. Fit a Cole-Cole model from synthetic data

Z = modelColeColeRho(f, rho=100, m=0.1, tau=0.01, c=0.5)
# TODO data need some noise

sip = SIPSpectrum(f=f, amp=np.abs(Z), phi=-np.angle(Z))
sip.fitColeCole(useCond=False, verbose=False)  # works for both rho and sigma models
sip.showAll()


Out:

(<Figure size 1200x1200 with 2 Axes>, array([<matplotlib.axes._subplots.AxesSubplot object at 0x7f8f8377bb38>,
<matplotlib.axes._subplots.AxesSubplot object at 0x7f8f836eed30>],
dtype=object))

1. Fit a double Cole-Cole model

f = np.logspace(-2, 5, 100)
Z1 = modelColeColeRho(f, rho=1, m=0.1, tau=0.5, c=0.5)
Z2 = modelColeColeRho(f, rho=1, m=0.25, tau=1e-6, c=1.0)

rho0 = 100 #(Ohm m)
Z = rho0 * (Z1 + Z2)

# TODO data need some noise
sip = SIPSpectrum(f=f, amp=np.abs(Z), phi=-np.angle(Z))
sip.fitCCEM(verbose=False) # fit an SIP Cole-Cole term and an EM term (also Cole-Cole)
sip.showAll()


Out:

(<Figure size 1200x1200 with 2 Axes>, array([<matplotlib.axes._subplots.AxesSubplot object at 0x7f8f83393fd0>,
<matplotlib.axes._subplots.AxesSubplot object at 0x7f8f832e5a58>],
dtype=object))

1. Fit a Cole-Cole model to

f = np.logspace(-2, 5, 100)
Z = modelColeColeRho(f, rho=100, m=0.1, tau=0.01, c=0.5)
sip = SIPSpectrum(f=f, amp=np.abs(Z), phi=-np.angle(Z))

sip.showAll()
sip.fitDebyeModel(new=True, showFit=True)
pg.wait()


Out:

ARMS= 0.00014135944091272931 RRMS= 0.14496805845904442


Note

This tutorial was kindly contributed by Maximilian Weigand (University of Bonn). If you also want to contribute an interesting example, check out our contribution guidelines https://www.pygimli.org/contrib.html.

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