Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of ShmDocDialogAnalysisParameter

02/04/2009 03:24:54 PM (14 years ago)



  • ShmDocDialogAnalysisParameter

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     1= Analysis parameter box = 
     3This dialog box contains results of the seismogram analysis. The parameters are slowness and back-azimuth of the locating (teleseismic) phase, latitude and longitude of the seismic source, epicentral distance to the event, focal depth of the event and origin time of the event. 
     5== Slowness and Azimuth == 
     7Determined slowness and back-azimuth of a teleseismic phase. Values can be obtained by the options [ShmDocMenuArrayPlaneWave Plane Wave] or [ShmDocMenuArrayFk FK]. Slowness and azimuth may be calibrated by the option [ShmDocMenuArrayCalibration Calibration] if calibration tables for the recording array are available. 
     9== Latitude and Longitude == 
     11Source location in degrees determined by a location program, e.g. [ShmDocMenuLocateLocateTele Locate Tele]. 
     13== Distance == 
     15Distance in degrees or km from epicenter to reference station. Computed by location programs, e.g. [ShmDocMenuLocateLocateTele Locate Tele]. 
     17== Depth == 
     19Focal depth of source in km. Computed by menu entry Depth using depth phases. 
     21== Date and Time == 
     23Origin time of event. Computed by location programs, e.g. [ShmDocMenuLocateLocateTele Locate Tele]. 
     25== Location Quality Q == 
     27The location or slowness beam may be qualified with this option menu. Possible values are '''0''' (not qualified, default), '''wk''' (too weak), '''ic''' (incoherent), '''dr''' (only direction reliable), '''rg''' (no exact location, only region to be used), '''rl''' (location reliable). 
     29== Parameter Set == 
     31SHM holds three sets of analysis parameters. This option menu switches between the sets. The sets may be used for comparing different location methods. 
     33== Zoom ruler == 
     35Amplification of amplitudes in the main display window. The discrete amplification steps (numbered from -10 to 10) are scaled exponentially. 
     38back to [ShmDocIndex documentation index]