Chen,C., and A. A. Holland, (2016). PhasePApy: A Robust Pure Python Package for Automatic Identification of Seismic Phases, Seismological Research Letters, 87(6), DOI: 10.1785/0220160019.
Version 1.1: 2016 -- FBpicker, AICDpicker, KTpicker; 1D and 3D Associator
The PhasePApy is a Seismic Phase Picker and Associator program package, which is designed to identify and associate picks to the seismic events or microseismic events. This work has currently been submitted for peer review. Please reference the paper in review if you are using this code. Once the paper is published we will include the full reference.
The first version 1.0 has been used by Oklahoma Geological Survey (OGS) for near real time earthquake monitoring since 2014. Here, we only provide the version 1.1 to public, because we think this one is more user-friendly and easy to manipulate. You might need to modify the code a bit for your requirements. Also, we still think the code has some space for further clean-up and improvement, so please feel free to modify and update it.
If you have certain ideas to improve this package, please let us know. If you are going to use this package for any commercial purpose, please let us know.
For more information check out the wiki [https://github.com/austinholland/PhasePApy/wiki#welcome-to-the-phasepapy-wiki]
The PhasePApy package composes of two sub-packages: PhasePicker and Associator. These two sub-packages can work jointly or separately, depending on users’ requirements.
The PhasePicker contains three pickers: FBpicker, AICDpicker, and KTpicker
The Associator includes the 1D and 3D Associator modules which uses phase arrival look up tables to associate earthquakes. The associator was tested for local to regional earthquake P- and S-phases, but the algorithm can be accommodated for any distance and possibly phase.
PhasePApy is released as public domain under the Creative Commons Public Domain Dedication [CC0 1.0] (https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/legalcode). The software was developed at the Oklahoma Geological Survey.
There are examples in the test directory if one has the required libraries the examples should run directly out of a git clone of PhasePApy.
Because the associators require travel-time tables, we have included a data set and travel- time tables in the git repository. This is not ideal, but because PhasePApy does not include a travel-time calculator for velocity models this approach seemed like the best. For this reason the repository is larger than it needs to be.
Currently PhasePApy does not have a Python installer for module installation the files need to be placed in a proper location and the PYTHON_PATH or sys.path should point to where the library exists.
The PhasePApy package relies on open libraries:
- MatPlotLib (Optional) if you are going to plot results with plotting scripts in this package, you need matplotlib as well. Otherwise, the users can visualize it based on their own methods.