A NIED Hi-net web service client and win32 tools for seismologists.
- Request continuous waveform data from Hi-net
- Convert waveform data from win32 format to SAC format
- Extract instrumental response as SAC polezero file
- Multithreads downloading and conversion to speedup
A simple example
The power of HinetPy make it simple to request continuous waveform data from Hi-net, convert the data into SAC format and extract instrumental responses as SAC polezero files.
>>> from HinetPy import Client, win32 >>> >>> # You need a Hi-net account to access their data >>> client = Client("username", "password") >>> >>> # Let's try to request 20 minutes data since 2010-01-01T00:00(GMT+0900) from Hi-net >>> # '0101' is the code of Hi-net network >>> data, ctable = client.get_waveform('0101', '201001010000', 20) >>> # The request and downloading process will take several minutes >>> # waiting data request ... >>> # waiting data downloading ... >>> ls # the downloaded data and corresponding channel table 0101_201001010000_20.cnt 0101_20100101.ch >>> >>> # Let's convert data from win32 format to SAC format >>> win32.extract_sac(data, ctable) >>> ls *.SAC N.NGUH.E.SAC N.NGUH.U.SAC N.NNMH.N.SAC N.NGUH.N.SAC N.NNMH.E.SAC N.NNMH.U.SAC ... >>> # Let's extract instrument response as PZ file from channel table >>> win32.extract_pz(ctable) >>> ls *.SAC_PZ N.NGUH.E.SAC_PZ N.NGUH.U.SAC_PZ N.NNMH.N.SAC_PZ N.NGUH.N.SAC_PZ N.NNMH.E.SAC_PZ N.NNMH.U.SAC_PZ ...
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