Thread: includearrivals

Started: 2013-03-18 19:27:50
Last activity: 2013-03-18 20:00:45
Topics: Web Services
Philip Crotwell
2013-03-18 19:27:50
Does includearrivals work? I have tried several queries with
includearrivals=yes but dont seem to get anything different back? I could
be doing something wrong, but...

For example this came from the URL builder, but no arrivals:
http://www.iris.edu/ws/event/query?starttime=2008-02-27T06:30:00&endtime=2008-03-01T06:30:00&minmag=6&includearrivals=yes&orderby=time&output=xml

Philip

  • Chad Trabant
    2013-03-18 16:34:44

    Hi Philip,

    The option works, but the issue is that we do not have arrivals for anything but IRIS funded projects, and most of them are from the USArray ANF. Below is the blurb on the ws-event help page explaining that.

    Chad

    ============== (http://www.iris.edu/ws/doc/event_help.htm)
    Arrival (phase pick) availability

    The IRIS DMC only archives phase arrivals from IRIS funded or very closely related projects. The vast majority of arrivals available from the DMC are submitted as part of the ANF catalog. For access to more arrival data we recommend the International Seismological Centre.

    ==============

    On Mar 18, 2013, at 9:27 AM, Philip Crotwell <crotwell<at>seis.sc.edu> wrote:


    Does includearrivals work? I have tried several queries with includearrivals=yes but dont seem to get anything different back? I could be doing something wrong, but...

    For example this came from the URL builder, but no arrivals:
    http://www.iris.edu/ws/event/query?starttime=2008-02-27T06:30:00&endtime=2008-03-01T06:30:00&minmag=6&includearrivals=yes&orderby=time&output=xml

    Philip
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    • Philip Crotwell
      2013-03-18 20:00:45
      Ah, I see. Sorry I missed that blurb.

      Take with a grain of salt, but it is a little confusing to have two "help"
      pages. For some reason I thought I was looking at the "help" page when I
      was really looking at the Query params page. I assume the split is
      iris-specific stuff on one page and query specific (data center agnostic)
      stuff on the other? Maybe there is a way to make that distinction a little
      more obvious? Just a thought.

      thanks
      Philip


      On Mon, Mar 18, 2013 at 12:34 PM, Chad Trabant <chad<at>iris.washington.edu>wrote:


      Hi Philip,

      The option works, but the issue is that we do not have arrivals for
      anything but IRIS funded projects, and most of them are from the USArray
      ANF. Below is the blurb on the ws-event help page explaining that.

      Chad

      ============== (http://www.iris.edu/ws/doc/event_help.htm)
      Arrival (phase pick) availability
      The IRIS DMC only archives phase arrivals from IRIS funded or very closely
      related projects. The vast majority of arrivals available from the DMC are
      submitted as part of the ANF catalog. For access to more arrival data we
      recommend the International Seismological Centre <http://www.isc.ac.uk/.


      ==============

      On Mar 18, 2013, at 9:27 AM, Philip Crotwell <crotwell<at>seis.sc.edu> wrote:


      Does includearrivals work? I have tried several queries with
      includearrivals=yes but dont seem to get anything different back? I could
      be doing something wrong, but...

      For example this came from the URL builder, but no arrivals:

      http://www.iris.edu/ws/event/query?starttime=2008-02-27T06:30:00&endtime=2008-03-01T06:30:00&minmag=6&includearrivals=yes&orderby=time&output=xml

      Philip
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  • Philip Crotwell
    2013-03-18 19:42:16
    I think I figured this out, adding includeallorigins I got one origin with
    arrivals (ANF). Is ANF the only catalog that currently supports Arrivals?

    Philip


    On Mon, Mar 18, 2013 at 12:27 PM, Philip Crotwell <crotwell<at>seis.sc.edu>wrote:


    Does includearrivals work? I have tried several queries with
    includearrivals=yes but dont seem to get anything different back? I could
    be doing something wrong, but...

    For example this came from the URL builder, but no arrivals:

    http://www.iris.edu/ws/event/query?starttime=2008-02-27T06:30:00&endtime=2008-03-01T06:30:00&minmag=6&includearrivals=yes&orderby=time&output=xml

    Philip


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