Commit 506aaec8 authored by Sebastian Heimann's avatar Sebastian Heimann
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``` ```
To get a quick overview on the dataset, use the To get a quick overview on the dataset, use the
[Snuffler](http://emolch.github.io/pyrocko/v0.3/snuffler_tutorial.html) [Snuffler](http://emolch.github.io/pyrocko/current/snuffler.html)
application which is part of [Pyrocko](http://emolch.github.io/pyrocko/). application which is part of [Pyrocko](http://emolch.github.io/pyrocko/)
([tutorial](http://http://emolch.github.io/pyrocko/current/snuffler_tutorial.html)).
```bash ```bash
snuffler --stations=stations.txt --events=confirmed-events.txt data/ snuffler --stations=stations.txt --events=confirmed-events.txt data/
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## Output filename for detections ## Output filename for detections
detections_path: 'detections.txt' detections_path: 'detections.txt'
``` ```
An example event from the dataset is shown here:
![example waveforms](doc/gx/alentejo-event1.png "'Event 1' from 'confirmed-events.txt'")
Typical regional, shallow earthquakes appear in this dataset as clear P and S
coda wave packets travelling with characteristic speeds, packet durations and
frequency content through the network. To detect such events automatically, we
can compose an image function with two contributions, one for each dominant
phase. Such image function contributions (IFCs) can be defined under the
`image_function_contributions` key in Lassie's configuration [TODO: to be
renamed]. Different types of IFCs are available and can be combined. Here, we
use the `WavePacketIFC` which applies a normalized envelope based
pre-processing to the waveforms before travel-time compensated stacking.
#### Running the detector
To test the configuration, select a short processing time span around one of
the known events in the dataset. The time span can be restricted with the
`tmin` and `tmax` entries in Lassie's configuration or with corresponding
command line options `--tmin='YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS'` and `--tmax='YYYY-MM-DD
HH:MM:SS.XXX'` [TODO: to be implemented], which override configuration
settings.
Now run the detector with
```bash
lassie scan config.yaml
```
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