[obspy-users] Get theoretical absolute arrival times from an event location (local network)
wasja at geophysik.fu-berlin.de
Mon Mar 27 07:49:41 CEST 2017
you can do exactly this with NonLinLocs Time2EQ. It produces you an .obs
file that you can handle with obspy.
On 03/27/2017 01:08 AM, Christian Baillard wrote:
> I would like to get the theoretical absolute arrival times for all the
> stations of my local network given an event location.
> The idea would be locate the event using HYPOINVERSE or NLLOC and to
> compute all abso. arrivals on all stations (not only on the ones that
> were picked) by either fixing the location or giving a null weigth to
> all stations that have no picks.
> Then read the event_file output and store the abso. arrivals in a obspy
> 'Pick' class.
> Has anyone ever done that before?
> Thanks a lot, cheers,
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