Imaging artifacts caused by strong internal multiples can interfere with primary images, affecting structural interpretation and amplitude analysis. In such cases, internal multiples are often attenuated in either data domain or in the image domain. In this abstract, we study three data-driven approaches: Jakubowicz, Inverse Scattering Series (ISS) and Marchenko for internal-multiple removal and analyze their
performances. Each method has its unique advantages due to the differences among them. This knowledge, in turn, helps
users to choose the appropriate method. Following the analysis, we show field data applications of these methods on towed steamer data.