This is made even worse by existing seismic data formats that were not designed for performance and are limited to a few fixed headers for storing metadata.The Adaptable Seismic Data Format (ASDF) is a new data format for seismology that solves the problems with existing seismic data formats and integrates full provenance into the definition.
Use sophisticated sonic, electronic, electrical, seismic, or gravity-measuring instruments to convert raw geophysical data into a user friendly format. The converted data is then analyzed by interpreters to determine sub-surface geology. Processing can vary for each individual project and candidates...
Lynx Seisview is a seismic data viewer which will display 2D and 3D post-stack seismic profiles. Seisview will display seismic data in SEG-Y and SEG-Y (Revision 1) formats, as well as the Lynx TR-file format. Seisview runs on Microsoft Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista and XP - download it here.
Load seismic waveform data from a variety of data sources (e.g. IRIS DMC, Earthworm/Winston waveservers, Antelope databases) and formats (e.g. Seisan, SAC, MiniSEED) Basic manipulations of waveform data, e.g. fill gaps, detrend, taper, filter, integrate, differentiate, stack, extract Plot seismograms, helicorders, spectrograms
The Adaptable Seismic Data Format (ASDF) is a modern file format intended for researchers and analysts. It combines the capability to create comprehensive data sets including all necessary meta information with high-performance parallel I/O for the most demanding use cases. Implementations for C/Fortran as well as Python are available.
3) near/mid/far angle stacks were converted to CBVS format and compressed to 8 bit with scalar=0.0015. NOTE: the main download includes only full stack seismic and well tracks. Additional downloads section includes the angle stacks in 8-bit CBVS format, original 32-bit SEGY files, and well data (logs, VSP, etc.).
Plate Boundary Observatory Strain and Seismic Data (PB, opens as a separate page) Data access. Several tools provide access to SEED format data at the NCEDC, both in terms of querying the archives and allowing data requests: Querying the archives SeismiQuery at the NCEDC; Access data through NCEDC web services