Thread: Short Course 'Creating StationXML: Introducing YASMINE and the New Nominal Response Library', SAGE/GAGE Workshop 2022

Started: 2022-05-12 18:04:41
Last activity: 2022-05-12 18:04:41
Topics: IRIS Meetings
Dear Colleagues,

We would like to invite you to participate in the "Creating StationXML: Introducing YASMINE and the New Nominal Response Library" Short Course which will be held on Monday, June 13, 8AM-12PM EDT, Day 0 of the 2022 SAGE/GAGE Community Workshop in Pittsburgh, PA.



To register for this or other short courses, please register for the workshop ( [ https://www.iris.edu/hq/workshops/2022/06/csw#register | https://www.iris.edu/hq/workshops/2022/06/csw#register ] ), and select the checkbox by this short course on the registration form.



Description : This short course is an introduction into two new StationXML tools intended for seismic network operators and others who need to create and manage seismic metadata. YASMINE (Yet Another Station Metadata INformation Editor) is a tool to build and modify StationXML metadata, developed collaboratively by RESIF (France) and IRIS (USA). The Nominal Response Library (NRL) web service is the next generation of the current NRL, which assembles complete seismic instrument nominal responses in both RESP and StationXML format using simple queries. Software developers who maintain tools that make use of the original NRL should take note of what the new NRL web service offers.




Participants can expect to learn how to use the YASMINE GUI and command line options to create new StationXML metadata and to import and edit existing StationXML. They will also learn how to access the next generation Nominal Response Library, by using the web service to generate individual or bulk downloads of nominal responses or by navigating a browsable web page to find individual nominal responses.




Instructors : Gillian Sharer (IRIS DMC), Rob Casey (IRIS DMC)




Questions? Contact Gillian Sharer at [ gillian<at>iris.washington.edu | gillian<at>iris.washington.edu ]




***IMPORTANT*** If you plan to attend this short course you will likely need to travel to Pittsburgh on Sunday, June 12th.


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