Changes between Version 3 and Version 4 of ShmDocReadMiniseed


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01/22/2009 02:53:08 PM (14 years ago)
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MarcusWalther
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  • ShmDocReadMiniseed

    v3 v4  
    5959Complete SEED volumes may be read in using the program $SEED_PROG/seed2sfd, provided in recent SH/SHM distributions. It creates an sfdfile.sfd appropriate to read in data directly from the SEED volume (encoded in Steim1 or Steim2). Older SH/SHM versions need to split up SEED volumes into MiniSEED files using the program $SEED_PROG/split_seed <seedvolume>. The resulting miniseed_* files are MiniSEED formatted and can be read in as described above. The split_seed program can be used also for multiplexed MiniSEED files. 
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    61 SH/SHM read in the data from MiniSEED which is usually given in counts. To have access to true amplitudes you need to apply a calibration gain multiplied to the sample counts. From version SHM-2.4 on this information is provided in a sensitivity file specified in the global setup file (by default this is $SH_INPUTS/sensitivities.txt). For details about this file see the syntax of the [ShmDocSensitivity sensitivity file]. 
     61SH/SHM read in the data from MiniSEED which is usually given in counts. To have access to true amplitudes you need to apply a calibration gain multiplied to the sample counts. From version SHM-2.4 on this information is provided in a sensitivity file specified in the global setup file (by default this is $SH_INPUTS/sensitivities.txt). For details about this file see the syntax of the [ShmDocFileSensitivity sensitivity file]. 
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