[unav_all] IRIS WEBINAR - Antelope Strikes Back: Using the Perl and Matlab Interfaces to Your Advantage - 3/27, 3 PM Eastern

Andy Frassetto andyf at iris.edu
Tue Mar 18 16:11:41 MDT 2014


"Antelope Strikes Back: Using the Perl and Matlab Interfaces to Your 
Advantage" will be presented at 3 pm EDT (7 pm UTC) on Thursday, 3/27.

Please register *only* if you intend to watch the webinar live: 
https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/635212202

You will be emailed a confirmation containing a link for watching the 
live broadcast. A recording will be subsequently posted here: 
http://www.youtube.com/user/IRISEnO. Access to older webinars, along 
with related materials and information is found here: 
http://www.iris.edu/hq/webinar/

Presenter: Dr. Heather R. DeShon, Associate Professor, Southern 
Methodist University

Abstract: Seismologists' tools of the trade are ever expanding as new 
technology is adopted to efficiently analyze increasing amounts of 
continuous data. Antelope is a system of modules designed to acquire, 
distribute, archive and process environmental data. Boulder Real Time 
Technology provides a free software license to US institutions of higher 
education for research purposes and to streamline the acquisition and 
archiving of seismic data. The talk will focus on how to use the Perl 
and Matlab interfaces to forward seismic research. Specific examples are 
culled from the speaker's experience recording and studying local 
earthquakes using IRIS USArray/PASSCAL experiments. The tutorial will 
focus on 1) how to use the Perl interface to reformat hypocenter data 
for use in external packages, 2) how to integrate temporary network data 
with EarthScope Transportable Array and regional seismic network data 
using the Perl interface, and 3) how to use the Matlab interface to 
expand on data processing capabilities.

This webinar is a follow-up to the 2012 webinar "Antelope and SAC: An 
Overview and Short Tutorial from a User's Perspective" 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zZeUvHkOOAM

Basic familiarity with Antelope is assumed.

Please direct any related questions or the name of your favorite seismic 
station to Andy Frassetto (andyf at iris.edu).

System Requirements
PC-based attendees: Windows® 8, 7, Vista, XP or 2003 Server
Mac®-based attendees: Mac OS® X 10.6 or newer
Mobile attendees: iPhone®, iPad®, Android^(TM) phone or Android tablet
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