About SPUD

SPUD Version 3.0

The Searchable Product Depository (SPUD) is the IRIS DMC's primary data product management system. Complementing the DMC's SEED and assembled data archives, which contain time series recordings, the SPUD system primarily contains derivative data products of other types (images, movies, etc.) created either at the DMC or by members of the community.

For users SPUD is the query and access point for these products. The web interfaces allow users to search for products using customized queries across product and event details. Users can search across all product types at once or within specific product types. SPUD also has web service interfaces for programmatic discovery and access to the data products.

If any products from SPUD are used in your research please be sure to cite the identified author of the product and the IRIS DMS [Citation Information].

About Synthetic Seismogram Products

The IRIS DMC archives and distributes synthetic seismograms from the the Global ShakeMovie project . For more details regarding how to download the synthetics from IRIS, visit the ShakeMovie synthetics detail page. . Links to tarballs with the 1D and 3D synthetics in their native SAC format from the ShakeMovie website are given.

Citing Synthetic Products

If you use Synthetic Products in publications, please cite according to the instructions at:


When citing this Global ShakeMovie synthetic page please use the Digital Object Identifier (DOI):


Synthetic Seismogram Help

The page displays information for individual Synthetic Seismograms.

Global ShakeMovie synthetic for MW 7.1 CENTRAL MEXICO icon
Date-Time (UTC): 2017-09-19 18:14:38
Latitude, Longitude: 18.568 °, -98.481 °
Magnitude: 7.1 Mww (us)
Depth: 51.0 km
Author: us
Catalog, Contributor: NEIC PDE, us
Related Products:
Global ShakeMovie Links

ID: C201709191814A

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Global ShakeMovie Synthetics

The IRIS DMC converts the Global ShakeMovie Synthetics to SEED format and archives them in our primary repository. The synthetic seismograms are available from the ShakeMovie website in SAC format in per-event tar files or from IRIS as individually selected channels using any of the DMC's request mechanisms.

For more details visit the ShakeMovie synthetics detail page.