REDPy (Repeating Earthquake Detector in Python) is a tool for automated detection and analysis of repeating earthquakes in continuous data. It works without any previous assumptions of what repeating seismicity looks like (that is, does not require a template event). Repeating earthquakes are clustered into families based on waveform similarity via cross-correlation across multiple stations. All data, including waveforms, are stored in a HDF5 database using PyTables.
|Title||REDPy - Repeating Earthquake Detector in Python (Version 1.0.0)|
|Authors||Alicia J Hotovec-Ellis|
|Product Type||Software Release|
|Record Source||USGS Digital Object Identifier Catalog|
|USGS Organization||Volcano Science Center|