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Active Message Threads for September 2022
2022-09-29 12:43:50 - 2022-09-30 11:38:04
Greetings. I have a python system which retrieves station and channel information using the Obspy client get_stations() call, as DCclient.get_stations(startbefore=FileStart, endafter=FileEnd, network=N.code, channel=CHANNELS, level='channel') Recently I have been getting errors on some networks, and the error code seems to indicate that the data center is returning strings instead of datetimes(?) The following requests fail (values in order of the request parameters above) 2021-07-04T01:29:00.… [more]
Re: Station info errors with Obspy fdsn client - Robert Casey - 2022-09-30 09:02:10
Re: Station info errors with Obspy fdsn client - Adam Clark - 2022-09-30 09:56:28
Ipsita Mitra (imitra)
2022-09-29 05:19:30 - 2022-09-30 08:54:39
Greetings, This is an inquiry regarding if the BREQ-fast forum is continuing to accept online request for waveform download. I tried twice, but it is always sending me back with a 'no data' response and additionally it sent me the below screenshot second time. Is there any other way I can request data from IRIS? [cid:82c06acc-3a5d-4613-a00d-bc5c2ea98e84]
Re: could not get data from IRIS breq-fast - Robert Casey - 2022-09-30 08:54:39
2022-08-30 23:47:18 - 2022-09-24 11:37:18
I have recently encountered an error using irisFetch.Stations. Two days ago (28-Aug-2022), I was able to run the following command without error, S = irisFetch.Stations('STATION','*','*','*','*','MinimumLatitude',38,'MaximumLatitude',52,'MinimumLongitude',-131,'MaximumLongitude',-115); However, for the past two days this command has been giving the error copied below. I'll note that requesting specifically the 'BHZ' channel instead of the wildcard '*' runs without error while requesting speci… [more]