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SEED - how everything comes together - Part II. GETTING SEED DATA FROM PASSCAL EXPERIMENTS TO THE DATA MANAGEMENT CENTER DMC. IRIS/PASSCAL DATA/SOFTWARE GROUP. PURPOSE.

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seed how everything comes together part ii

SEED - how everything comes together - Part II

GETTING SEED DATA FROM PASSCAL EXPERIMENTS TO THE DATA MANAGEMENT CENTER DMC

IRIS/PASSCAL

DATA/SOFTWARE GROUP

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PURPOSE

Describe the data flow for the submission of SEED data from PASSCAL experiments to IRIS/PASSCAL for QC/delivery to the Data Management Center (DMC) using ANTELOPE (BRTT)

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CONTENT
  • Pre and post experiment requirements.
  • Installing and updating antelope
  • Building the Database
    • Data Reduction and Timing Quality control
    • Populating the Antelope Database
    • Create the dataless SEED
  • Send Data to IRIS/PASSCAL
pre and post experiment requirements
Pre- and Post-Experiment Requirements
  • Network code request: http://www.fdsn.org/getcode.html
  • Mobilization form: http://www.iris.edu/stations/mob.htm
  • Demobilization form: http://www.iris.edu/stations/demob.htm
antelope http www brtt com
ANTELOPEhttp://www.brtt.com
  • Requesting antelope
  • Installing and Updating
  • License
  • Verifying installation
  • Setting the environment
  • Patching
data reduction
Data Reduction
  • Directory structure set up
        • Raw_data
        • seed/
        • response/
  • Conversion to mseed
    • RT130 - ref2mseed
    • Q330 - miniseed2days
  • Verification of Data Quality
    • Timing
    • Parameters, boom position, SOH, etc
  • Time corrections - Quality Control
fixing the headers
FIXING THE HEADERS
  • Fixhdr - python
      • GUI
      • Batch_mode
  • Fix_miniseed - antelope

Example:

# Header Changes

# stat:chan:loc:net:sps stat:chan:loc:net

hdrlist{

01053:1C4::XX:40.0 SITE:BHZ::PI

01053:1C5::XX:40.0 SITE:BHN::PI

01053:1C6::XX:40.0 SITE:BHE::PI

}

net_sta_chan_loc &Tbl

{

XX_Q0453_BHZ_01 PI_B1_BHZ_01

XX_Q0453_BHN_01 PI_B1_BHN_01

XX_Q0453_BHE_01 PI_B1_BHE_01

}

populating the database
Populating the Database

sta NM27 34.3857 -106.524 1.870 B1

time 01/19/2005 00:00:00

net XK ristra1.5

datalogger dm24 S0270

sensor cmg3t 0 3C7100

axis Z 0 0 - 1 1

axis N 0 90 - 2 1

axis E 90 90 - 3 1

samplerate 25sps

channel Z BHZ 30

channel N BHN 31

channel E BHE 32

samplerate 1sps

channel Z LHZ 00

channel N LHN 01

channel E LHE 02

add

sta UT53 37.346 -110.3308 1.291 B3

time 06/09/2004 00:00:00

datalogger dm24 S0269

sensor cmg3t 0 3C2200

axis Z 0 0 - 1 1

axis N 0 90 - 2 1

axis E 90 90 - 3 1

samplerate 25sps

channel Z BHZ 30

channel N BHN 31

channel E BHE 32

Close NM27 12/31/2005 23:59:59

Close UT53 12/31/2005 23:59:59

  • Create a dbbuild batch
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2. Building the Antelope database

> dbbuild -b db_name batch_file_name

3. View the database

> dbe db_name

4. Adding waveforms to the database

RT130 - minisee2days -d

Q330 - miniseed2db

5. Verify the integrity of your database

> dbverswf -dtu db_name

> dbverify -tj db_name

the dataless
The Dataless

1. Create the dataless :

> mk_dataless_seed db_name

  • Rename the dataless by convention:

NN.YY.dbname.YYYYJJJHHMM.dataless

Where: NN is your network code

YY is the year of your data YYYYJJJHHMM is the approximate time

the file was created

> mv db_name_dataless_seed PI.04.db_name.20042082000.dataless

  • Test the dataless - seed2db

> seed2db PI.04.db_name.20042082000.dataless

sending data to iris passcal
Sending data to IRIS/PASSCAL

1. Packing for IRIS/PASSCAL >

gui_DoFTP or con_Do_FTP

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