StDb is a package containing tools for building a database of station information from geophysical observatories. The code is used through command-line scripts and include several options for querying an online fdsn archive, list the content of an existing station database, merge existing databases, and manually append new station information (e.g., for stations not hosted on any fdsn archive).
Copyright 2019 Andrew Schaeffer & Pascal Audet
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The current version was developed using Python3.7 Also, the following package is required:
We recommend creating a custom
telewavesim can be installed along with its dependencies.
conda create -n stdb python=3.7 obspy -c conda-forge
Activate the newly created environment:
conda activate stdb
Installing from Pypi¶
pip install stdb
Installing from source¶
Clone the repository:
git clone https://github.com/schaefferaj/StDb.git cd StDb
Install using pip:
pip install .