Bayesian Earthquake Analysis Tool
Based on pyrocko, theano and pymc3
Documentation (under construction) can be found here: https://hvasbath.github.io/beat/
The first version 1.0 of BEAT is released!
GNU General Public License, Version 3, 29 June 2007
Copyright © 2017 Hannes Vasyura-Bathke
BEAT is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. BEAT is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details. You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
If your work results in an publication where you used BEAT we kindly ask you to consider citing the BEAT software package and the related article.:
> Vasyura-Bathke, Hannes; Dettmer, Jan; Steinberg, Andreas; Heimann, Sebastian; Isken, Marius; Zielke, Olaf; Mai, Paul Martin; Sudhaus, Henriette; Jónsson, Sigurjón: The Bayesian Earthquake Analysis Tool. Seismological Research Letters. https://doi.org/10.1785/0220190075
> Vasyura-Bathke, Hannes; Dettmer, Jan; Steinberg, Andreas; Heimann, Sebastian; Isken, Marius; Zielke, Olaf; Mai, Paul Martin; Sudhaus, Henriette; Jónsson, Sigurjón (2019): BEAT - Bayesian Earthquake Analysis Tool. V. 1.0. GFZ Data Services. http://doi.org/10.5880/fidgeo.2019.024
Step by step points on how to use the tool for several scenarios can be found here: Examples
We recommend to prepare the SAR data (subsampling, data covariance estimation) using KITE (www.pyrocko.org). kite supports import of ISCE, GAMMA, ROI_Pac and GMTSAR processed interferograms. BEAT then supports import of the native KITE format.
To see a list of the supported data types please see: Trace Handeling In addition to these an ascii text file with the station information is needed of the format:
#network_name.station_name.location_name latitude[deg] longitude[deg] elevation[m] depth[m] IU.TSUM.10 -19.20220 17.58380 1260.0 0.0 BHE 90 0 1 # channel name azimuth[deg] dip[deg] gain \n BHN 0 0 1 BHZ 0 -90 1 IU.RCBR.00 -5.82740 -35.90140 291.0 109.0 BH1 48 0 1 BH2 138 0 1 BHZ 0 -90 1 ...
To ease the creation of this textfile we refer the user to investigate the pyrocko module: model (Function: dump_stations)
In addition to these, BEAT supports the output of the autokiwi package.
Work is in progress to support obspy saved stream and inventory files, as well as stationxml stay tuned ...
Alternatively the seismic data may be saved using the package "pickle" as a file "seismic_data.pkl" containing a list of 2 lists: 1. list of "pyrocko.trace.Trace" objects alternating for (Z / T / R) rotated traces. 2. list of "pyrocko.model.Station" objects in the same order like the data traces.
We invite the users to propose data formats or outputs of specific programs that they would like to see implemented.
For substantial issues please use and check the "issues" tab here in the repository. For common issues please check out the BEAT FAQ here . For smaller issues or short clarifications there is a support chat here . This is provided by the pyrocko project and is accessible after a short account creation.
Finally, there is the option to write an email to:
Hannes Vasyura-Bathke firstname.lastname@example.org
Andreas Steinberg email@example.com
This is an open source project and contributions to the repository are welcome!