Thread: Re: Programmatic access to the database of seismic events

Started: 2011-09-03 03:10:08
Last activity: 2011-09-03 03:10:08
Topics: Web Services
We don't have the client available yet that would let you extract the timeseries data for an event. It is a work in progress yet.
You can use tools like jWeed available from our software page to do this however. The public version still uses a corba
technology. The web services version is improved and faster but not yet ready for release.

Cheers
Tim

Director of IRIS Data Services
IRIS DMC
1408 NE 45th Street #201
Seattle, WA 98105

(206)547-0393 x118
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On Sep 2, 2011, at 7:27 PM, Popov Semen wrote:

I apologize for the molestation.

Tell me please. As for the resulting seismic event (for example, http://www.iris.edu/ws/event/query?originId=7657723), to obtain information about related timeseries (http://www.iris.edu/ws/timeseries/) .

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From: Popov Semen <prosluda<at>gmail.com>
Date: 2011/9/3
Subject: Re: Programmatic access to the database of seismic events
To: tim<at>iris.washington.edu, webservices<at>iris.washington.edu


Thanks a lot.

Tell me please. Is there still any Web services that are in beta stages that are not represented on http://www.iris.edu/ws/. If the ability to test them?

2011/9/3 Tim Ahern <tim<at>iris.washington.edu>
Hello

I believe the most appropriate method would be to use our web service called ws-event. You can find a beta release at http://www.iris.edu/ws/event/.
It returns event information in QuakeML, an internal consensus standard. Although still beta we do not anticipate but can not guarantee changes to the
XML format,

A simple builder that helps you understand the URL query string can be found at

http://www.iris.edu/ws/builder/event/

Let me know if this will help you...


Cheers
Tim

Director of IRIS Data Services
IRIS DMC
1408 NE 45th Street #201
Seattle, WA 98105

(206)547-0393 x118
(206) 547-1093 FAX








On Sep 2, 2011, at 5:30 AM, Popov Semen wrote:

Hello

Tell me please. Can I programmatically (Java) to access a list of seismic events, similar to how it is implemented in a web form (http://www.iris.edu/SeismiQuery/sq-events.htm).
I want to display on a Google map of seismic events in the form of points for a given time interval, the magnitude and other parameters.
Tell me please, is there any solution for this functionality.

Regards, Simon.





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