Thread: Pyweed output file

Started: 2022-03-30 17:15:37
Last activity: 2022-03-31 07:04:29
Topics: PyWEED Help
Huaiyu Yuan
2022-03-30 17:15:37
Hi,

I have been using the linux version of Pyweed for a while without any
issues, but the most recent SAC files downloaded using pyweed seem to miss
the event information in the header (evla, evlo etc). The problem remains
if I use pyweed using a windows setup too.


I wonder if there have been recent changes? Pyweed itself doesn't seem to
save any .event files like JWEED does, so are there any ways to get the
event information?

Many thanks,
Huaiyu

Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence
for Core to Crust Fluid Systems (CCFS)
CET-UWA / Macquarie University / GSWA
M006 Robert Street Building UWA
Crawley WA 6009
Australia

  • adam@iris.washington.edu
    2022-03-30 09:48:58
    Hello Huaiyu,

    In my testing the event headers do appear in the SAC output -- however, there is a wide range of data sources that PyWEED can potentially pull data from, so it's possible that you're hitting an unanticipated edge case.

    Could you provide the event and station/channel information that you're requesting?

    Thanks!
    Adam

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    On Mar 30, 2022, at 9:03 AM, Huaiyu Yuan (via IRIS) <pyweed-help-bounce<at>lists.ds.iris.edu> wrote:

    Hi,

    I have been using the linux version of Pyweed for a while without any issues, but the most recent SAC files downloaded using pyweed seem to miss the event information in the header (evla, evlo etc). The problem remains if I use pyweed using a windows setup too.


    I wonder if there have been recent changes? Pyweed itself doesn't seem to save any .event files like JWEED does, so are there any ways to get the event information?

    Many thanks,
    Huaiyu

    Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence
    for Core to Crust Fluid Systems (CCFS)
    CET-UWA / Macquarie University / GSWA
    M006 Robert Street Building UWA
    Crawley WA 6009
    Australia

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    • Huaiyu Yuan
      2022-03-31 07:04:29
      Hi Adam,

      Thanks for your email. I think I know what happened now: I started another
      download for a different set of events before the first download was
      finished, so pyweed was confused I guess.

      Cheers,
      Huaiyu

      Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence
      for Core to Crust Fluid Systems (CCFS)
      CET-UWA / Macquarie University / GSWA
      M006 Robert Street Building UWA
      Crawley WA 6009
      Australia


      On Thu, Mar 31, 2022 at 12:50 AM Adam Clark (via IRIS) <
      pyweed-help-bounce<at>lists.ds.iris.edu> wrote:

      Hello Huaiyu,

      In my testing the event headers do appear in the SAC output -- however,
      there is a wide range of data sources that PyWEED can potentially pull data
      from, so it's possible that you're hitting an unanticipated edge case.

      Could you provide the event and station/channel information that you're
      requesting?

      Thanks!
      Adam

      ----------------------
      Adam Clark
      Web Application Developer
      IRIS Data Management Center
      adam<at>iris.washington.edu


      On Mar 30, 2022, at 9:03 AM, Huaiyu Yuan (via IRIS) <
      pyweed-help-bounce<at>lists.ds.iris.edu> wrote:

      Hi,

      I have been using the linux version of Pyweed for a while without any
      issues, but the most recent SAC files downloaded using pyweed seem to miss
      the event information in the header (evla, evlo etc). The problem remains
      if I use pyweed using a windows setup too.


      I wonder if there have been recent changes? Pyweed itself doesn't seem to
      save any .event files like JWEED does, so are there any ways to get the
      event information?

      Many thanks,
      Huaiyu

      Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence
      for Core to Crust Fluid Systems (CCFS)
      CET-UWA / Macquarie University / GSWA
      M006 Robert Street Building UWA
      Crawley WA 6009
      Australia

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