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Table Of Contents

1.1 Latest changes
1.2 Information about SEISAN online
2.1 Directories
2.2.1 Phase data and hypocenters, the REA directory
2.2.2 Waveform data, the WAV directory
2.3 File types used with SEISAN
2.4 Upper and lower case
3.1 Unix (SOLARIS and Linux)
3.3 Database directories for your own system, MAKEREA
3.4 Default parameter files for the main programs
3.5 Color settings
3.6 Compiling SEISAN programs
3.7 Program Version
3.8 Setting general SEISAN defaults, SEISAN.DEF
3.9 Format description in parmater files
4.1 Short user guide
4.2 Getting data into the database
4.2.1 System with digital data
4.2.2 System without digital data
4.2.3 Database security
4.2.4 Data base tools, content and checks
4.2.5 High accuracy in SEISAN
4.3 Interactive work with earthquake locations, EEV command
4.4 How EEV works
4.5 EEV Windows driver program: SEISAN
6.1.1 The hypocenter program, HYP
6.1.2 HYPO71
6.1.3 The Hypoinverse program, HYPINV (SUN and PC)
6.2 Trace plotting, phase picking and spectral analysis, MULPLT
6.2.1 MULPLT main functions
6.2.2 Use of MULPLT from EEV
6.2.3 Continuous plotting
6.2.4 Commands in MULPLT, overview
6.2.5 Registering new events into SEISAN
6.2.7 Theoretical arrival times for global and local phases and location
6.2.8 Instrument correction and magnitudes Ml, mb and Ms
6.2.10 Data manipulation commands
6.2.12 The MULPLT.DEF and SEISAN.DEF file
6.2.14 Plotting of continuous data with CPLOT (SUN only)
6.3 Plotting epicenters, EPIMAP
6.3.1 W_EMAP, Windows based map program
6.4 Searching in the database, SELECT
6.5 Extracting events from the database, COLLECT
6.6 Inserting events into the database, SPLIT
6.7 Updating final locations in database, UPDATE and UPD
6.8 Using ‘filenr.lis’, DIRF and DELF
6.9 Making a bulletin, BUL
6.10 Reports and statistics
6.11 Waveform file management tools
6.12 File conversion and modification programs
6.14 Calculating b-value, BVALUE
6.16 Fault plane solution, FOCMEC
6.17 Calculation of coda q, CODAQ
6.18 Merge events near in time ASSOCI
6.19 Making synthetic seismograms
6.20 Calculation of travel times
6.20.1 IASPEI travel time software, program TTIM
6.20.2 Calculation of travel times for layer and gradient model, TTLAYER
6.20.3 IASP, travel times for MULPLT
6.21 Inversion for QLg, QLG
6.22 Wadati
6.23 Calculating spectra, the SPEC program
6.24 Seismic risk related programs
6.25 Magnitude relations, MAG
6.26 Explosion filtering, EXFILTER
6.27 Inversion of travel time data and joint hypocenter determination, VELEST
6.28 Analysis of volcanic earthquakes
6.29 FK Analysis
6.30 Surface wave analysis (SUN)
6.31 Create instrument response files, RESP
7.1 Programmers guide and some test programs
8. Acknowledgments
9. References
Appendix 1 - The Nordic format
Appendix 2 - The Seisan wavform file format
Appendix 3 – The Seisan response file format
Appendix 4 - An example of output from the BUL program
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