Posts Tagged ‘miniSeed’

Data QC on the Moon – Part 2

Data QC on the Moon - Part 2

So, for my last post on Data QC issues using the terribly fascinating Apollo Lunar data-set from the 1970’s, we look at a few Diurnal Spectrograms for their unique insight.  For the analysed data, PSD analysis is configured to produce PSD’s of time domain data one hour in […]

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Dude, What’s Eating My Hard Disk?

Dude, What's Eating My Hard Disk?

Like our closets (well hers, not mine) and mid sections (…), hard disks fill up with time. For the seismologist working with an automated processing system, the major culprits are often: 1. Continuous data 2. Log files 3. Automatically generated image files (ShakeMap, helis, sgram) … Numbers […]

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Too Many Mini-SEED Files?

Too Many Mini-SEED Files?

Good day!  I’m a software guy who’s been busy slaying seismology problems on and off since the mid ‘80’s.  As a Seismo-Guy blogger, I’ll be mostly addressing issues related to software, programming and data. For the first post, something lightweight that falls into the “Did You Know?” […]

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