Time-series Analysis using Python I

Introduction Time-series analysis is essential in most fields of science including geophysics, economics, etc. Most of the geophysical data comes in a time-series format including the seismic recordings. In this part of the series of tutorial, we will see how we can quickly load the data, and visualize it. Prerequisites This tutorial does not require... Continue Reading →

Python: a language for science

Python has become the most popular language for programming and its community is huge, active and ever-increasing. Before Python, MATLAB was the preferred language for the scientific community but now most of the researchers are migrating to Python. Like MATLAB, Python is quite easy to use but over that Python can be used for the... Continue Reading →

Earthquake Finder

This program can be used to obtain the earthquake information from various sources. The user can search for any event for given time range, magnitude range, depth range, geographical area. It can also obtain the focal mechanism solutions for the given parameters. It gives the output file (catalog.txt by default) where all the information is... Continue Reading →

Introduction to Python Part II

I. Type of objects in Python: In Python, every object has its own class - or type of data. The in-depth tutorial can be found on the web, for example, https://jeffknupp.com/blog/2014/06/18/improve-your-python-python-classes-and-object-oriented-programming/. In this tutorial, I will introduce some basic type in Python. To check type of a variable, data, you can use function type(variable) +... Continue Reading →

Introduction to Python (Part I)

Python is a high-level, general-purpose, interpreted programming language. It can be used to do some different purpose: from managing large data, simple to complex calculations to very specific objectives by using the pre-written packages. There are 2 most common used versions of Python: Python 2 (current version is 2.7) and Python 3 (current version is 3.5).... Continue Reading →

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