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OpenQuake Engine

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The OpenQuake Engine is an open source application that allows users to compute seismic hazard and seismic risk of earthquakes on a global scale. It runs on Linux, macOS and Windows, on laptops, workstations, standalone servers and multi-node clusters. DOI: 10.13117/openquake.engine

AGPLv3 PyPI Version PyPI - Wheel Language grade: Python

Current LTS release (for users wanting stability)

Current Long Term Support version is the OpenQuake Engine 3.11 'Wegener'. The documentation is available at https://github.com/gem/oq-engine/tree/engine-3.11#openquake-engine.

Current release (for users needing the latest features)

Current stable version is the OpenQuake Engine 3.15. The documentation is available at https://github.com/gem/oq-engine/tree/engine-3.15#openquake-engine.

Documentation (master tree)

General overview

For contributors

Installation

Mirrors

A mirror of this repository, hosted in Pavia (Italy), is available at https://mirror.openquake.org/git/GEM/oq-engine.git.

The main download server (downloads.openquake.org) is hosted in Nürnberg (Germany).

Running the OpenQuake Engine

Visualizing outputs via QGIS

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License

The OpenQuake Engine is released under the GNU Affero Public License 3.

Contacts

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The OpenQuake Engine is developed by the Global Earthquake Model Foundation (GEM) with the support of

Public Partners

Private Partners

Governors

Advisors

Associate Partners

Project Partners

Products Distribution Partners


If you would like to help support development of OpenQuake, please contact us at partnership@globalquakemodel.org. For more info visit the GEM website at https://www.globalquakemodel.org/partners