Python interface to Miller SRL 2018 Alaska Moho model - requires stripy, numpy
Miller & Moresi - Alaska Moho Model with Notebooks
Preferred model, gradient and a comparison to heat flow data. The maps were
produced using the
cartopy package. Instructions for reproducing these
maps are in the notebooks supplied with this package
This package is a self-consistent packaging of the Miller & Moresi Alaska Moho model. There are many ways to access this package.
- This information
- Scripts to install documentation and examples
- Jupyter notebooks for manipulating the data
- Jupyter notebooks for recreating our work
A demo is available on mybinder.org - open the notebook
to begin. The 'current' version with any updates / errata is here:
This is exactly the published version (1.0), warts and all.
The jupyter notebooks provided as examples are given below
- A1: Raw data, convert and save
- A2: Raw data - plot quality information
- A3: Triangulating and interpolating raw data
- A4: Plotting moho and moho slope
- A5: Interactive 3D plot
- A6: Convert Models to Regular XYZ grid
There are further notebooks that allow you to reproduce our work in creating the
prefered model and these can be browsed in the
We constructed our model by fitting surfaces to the observed points and recording the capacity of the model to predict information at points not included in the model construction. The quality of the model at each point was given an integer score and this was used to weight information in the final fitting process
The package can be installed standalone using
or it can be run through docker without needing specific installation.
These notebooks can be viewed with jupyter but will only run if all the software dependencies have
been installed (see Installation through
In nearly every instance we recommend using the (self-contained) docker version.
We have provided some useful
bash shortcuts that make the docker commands
easier to remember (see Installation through docker below).
Installation through docker
First it is necessary to install the free docker, community edition from the docker store for your platform.
# Download the image with the scripts and data docker pull lmoresi/docker-miller-moho:latest
That's it !
To test the installation, try the following
Command line docker examples
This help message
# print help message (i.e. usage) docker run --rm lmoresi/docker-miller-moho:latest help
Install the bash helpers in the current directory
# print help message (i.e. usage) docker run --rm lmoresi/docker-miller-moho:latest bash_utils > msmoho_bash_utils.sh source msmoho_bash_utils.sh
Install the documentation / scripts and notebooks in the current directory
# print help message (i.e. usage) source msmoho_bash_utils.sh msmoho-docker-sh install_examples
Run a local python script
# run my_script.py with python in the docker container source msmoho_bash_utils.sh msmoho-docker-sh my_script.py
Installation through pip (or conda)
The installation of the python package is straightforward but there is a dependency on numpy and on stripy which may require an installed fortran compiler. If this proves problematic, the docker version may simply be the best choice.
#! /bin/env bash # install the main package # stripy and numpy are installed as dependencies by pip # but we can do this explicitly to manage versions and # check for errors pip install numpy pip install stripy # stripy and numpy # as they embed fortran and C packages # miller_alaskamoho_srl2018 itself is pure python pip install miller_alaskamoho_srl2018
The following script tests the installation:
#! /bin/env python import numpy as np try: import miller_alaskamoho_srl2018 as alaskamoho except ImportError: print ("Problem importing the alaska moho package") # Check the data files exist / can be read # [('lon', '<f8'), ('lat', '<f8'), ('moh', '<f8') ... etc # [-174.197495 -171.703506 -170.247696 -168.854996 -168.161896] # [43.61043017 34.75098075 37.34819411] mohoraw = alaskamoho.MohoErr print(mohoraw.dtype) print(mohoraw['lon'][0:5]) print(mohoraw['moh'][0:5]) # Check to see if the interpolator works # [43.61043017 34.75098075 37.34819411] moho_model = alaskamoho.MohoModel_opt lons = np.array([-150, -155, -160]) lats = np.array([60, 65, 70]) print(moho_model.value_at_lonlat_degrees(lons, lats, order=1)) # install documentation in user-specified location # Should install in the current directory as AlaskaMohoExamples alaskamoho.documentation.install_documentation(path=None)
If you install the documentation in the form of jupyter notebooks, then to view them, you also need to install some dependencies. Specifically:
# The jupyter notebook system (and dependencies) pip install jupyter # scipy is used in some examples pip install scipy # cartopy is used to plot examples # (may be necessary to install the shapely package first) pip install --no-binary :all: shapely pip install cartopy # We need litho1pt0 to re-build the model files pip install litho1pt0 # We use lavavu for the interactive visualisation of the surfaces pip install lavavu # pip install gdal is optional: it is used for shaded relief images of the # maps and also requires a download of the relevant image file. pip install gdal
If you only wish to browse the documentation / examples or see how we built the model, why not use the docker version !
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