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Software for Bayesian Mapping of Regionally Grouped, Sparse, Univariate Earth Science Data (Program BMRGSU)

BMRGSU is software developed by the U.S. Geological Survey for Bayesian mapping of regionally-grouped, sparse, univariate, Earth-science data. This software implements an algorithm that smooths the estimated property across regions so that the deleterious effects of sparse data are mitigated. The algorithm can account for measurements that are censored, it can process multiple datasets with differ

Software for SIR 'Effect of Data Pooling on Predictions From the Three-Part Method for Quantitative Mineral Resource Assessment-An Investigation of a Previous U.S. Geological Survey Assessment'

The Three-Part Method for Quantitative Mineral Resource Assessment has been used by the USGS to predict mineral resources since at least 1975. These predictions use pooled data, and the effects of the pooling on the predictions is investigated and reported in the forthcoming USGS publication. The calculations and figures for this report are performed with software that will be permanently stored i

GSpy: Geophysical Data Standard in Python

This package provides functions and workflows for standardizing geophysical datasets based on the NetCDF file format. The current implementation supports both time and frequency domain electromagnetic data, raw and processed, 1-D inverted models along flight lines, and 2-D/3-D gridded layers.

GeoBIPy – Geophysical Bayesian Inference in Python

GeoBIPy – Geophysical Bayesian Inference in Python – is an open-source algorithm for quantifying uncertainty in airborne electromagnetic (AEM) data and associated geological interpretations. This package uses a Bayesian formulation and Markov chain Monte Carlo sampling methods to derive posterior distributions of subsurface electrical resistivity based on measured AEM data.

Processing Routines in IDL for Spectroscopic Measurements (PRISM)

USGS Processing Routines in IDL for Spectroscopic Meausres (PRISM) software provides a framework to conduct spectroscopy analysis of measurements made by spectrometers. PRISM functions allows users to compare spectra of materials of unknown composition with reference spectra of known materials.

View_SPECPR: Software for Plotting Spectra

The View_SPECPR software system plots spectra stored in SPECPR (SPECtrum Processing Routines) files.

SPECtrum Processing Routines (SPECPR)

SPECPR is an Interactive One Dimensional Array Processing System, with the tools needed for reflectance spectroscopy analysis. It also has tools to do a lot of other tasks and analyses of x,y paried data.