[obspy-users] help to download data
marcel.tesch at ifg.uni-kiel.de
Thu May 9 15:44:39 CEST 2019
this network has multiple locations per station, specifically '01' for 'LH*', and '02' for 'BH*'. Try to change your location parameter from '' to either '*', or '02' and it should work.
> On 9. May 2019, at 13:56, gaelle vanessa Nana <vanessa.gaelle3 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I use this python code to download data, but unfortunatelly, i cannot download. I need your help.
> import obspy
> from obspy.clients.fdsn.mass_downloader import RectangularDomain, \
> Restrictions, MassDownloader
> # Rectangular domain containing parts of southern Germany.
> domain = RectangularDomain(minlatitude=2, maxlatitude=12,
> minlongitude=6, maxlongitude=16)
> restrictions = Restrictions(
> # Get data for a whole year.
> starttime=obspy.UTCDateTime(2006, 1, 1),
> endtime=obspy.UTCDateTime(2007, 1, 1),
> # Chunk it to have one file per day.
> # Considering the enormous amount of data associated with continuous
> # requests, you might want to limit the data based on SEED identifiers.
> # If the location code is specified, the location priority list is not
> # used; the same is true for the channel argument and priority list.
> network="XB", station="CM*", location="", channel="BH*",
> # The typical use case for such a data set are noise correlations where
> # gaps are dealt with at a later stage.
> # Same is true with the minimum length. All data might be useful.
> # Guard against the same station having different names.
> # Restrict the number of providers if you know which serve the desired
> # data. If in doubt just don't specify - then all providers will be
> # queried.
> mdl = MassDownloader(providers=["IRIS" ])
> mdl.download(domain, restrictions, mseed_storage="waveforms",
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