Source code for obspy.clients.seishub.client

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
"""
SeisHub database client for ObsPy.

:copyright:
    The ObsPy Development Team (devs@obspy.org)
:license:
    GNU Lesser General Public License, Version 3
    (https://www.gnu.org/copyleft/lesser.html)
"""
from __future__ import (absolute_import, division, print_function,
                        unicode_literals)
from future.builtins import *  # NOQA
from future.utils import PY2, native_str

import os
import pickle
import sys
import time
import warnings
from datetime import datetime
from math import log

if sys.version_info.major == 2:
    from urllib import urlencode
    import urllib2 as urllib_request
else:
    from urllib.parse import urlencode
    import urllib.request as urllib_request

from lxml import objectify
from lxml.etree import Element, SubElement, tostring

from obspy import Catalog, UTCDateTime, read_events
from obspy.core.util import guess_delta
from obspy.core.util.decorator import deprecated_keywords
from obspy.io.xseed import Parser


HTTP_ACCEPTED_DATA_METHODS = ["PUT", "POST"]
HTTP_ACCEPTED_NODATA_METHODS = ["HEAD", "GET", "DELETE"]
HTTP_ACCEPTED_METHODS = HTTP_ACCEPTED_DATA_METHODS + \
    HTTP_ACCEPTED_NODATA_METHODS


KEYWORDS = {'network': 'network_id', 'station': 'station_id',
            'location': 'location_id', 'channel': 'channel_id',
            'starttime': 'start_datetime', 'endtime': 'end_datetime'}


[docs]def _unpickle(data): if PY2: obj = pickle.loads(data) else: # https://api.mongodb.org/python/current/\ # python3.html#why-can-t-i-share-pickled-objectids-\ # between-some-versions-of-python-2-and-3 obj = pickle.loads(data, encoding="latin-1") return obj
[docs]def _objectify_result_to_dicts(root): """ :type root: :class:`lxml.objectify.ObjectifiedElement` :param root: Root node of result set returned by :func:`lxml.objectify.fromstring`. :rtype: list of dict """ result = [] for node in root.getchildren(): result_ = {} for k, v in node.__dict__.items(): # resource_name field should never be automatically cast to # potentially matching python type but always remain plain string # type. Otherwise a resource name of e.g. '24330' will be typecast # to an integer which can results in problems later on. if k == 'resource_name': v = v.text # otherwise just rely on autodetection of appropriate python type else: v = v.pyval result_[k] = v result.append(result_) return result
[docs]class Client(object): """ SeisHub database request Client class. The following classes are automatically linked with initialization. Follow the links in "Linked Class" for more information. They register via the name listed in "Entry Point". =================== ============================================================ Entry Point Linked Class =================== ============================================================ ``Client.waveform`` :class:`~obspy.clients.seishub.client._WaveformMapperClient` ``Client.station`` :class:`~obspy.clients.seishub.client._StationMapperClient` ``Client.event`` :class:`~obspy.clients.seishub.client._EventMapperClient` =================== ============================================================ .. rubric:: Example >>> from obspy.clients.seishub import Client >>> >>> t = UTCDateTime("2009-09-03 00:00:00") >>> client = Client(timeout=20) >>> >>> st = client.waveform.get_waveforms( ... "BW", "RTBE", "", "EHZ", t, t + 20) # doctest: +SKIP >>> print(st) # doctest: +ELLIPSIS +SKIP 1 Trace(s) in Stream: BW.RTBE..EHZ | 2009-09-03T00:00:00.000000Z - ... | 200.0 Hz, 4001 samples """ # noqa
[docs] def __init__(self, base_url="http://teide.geophysik.uni-muenchen.de:8080", user="admin", password="admin", timeout=10, debug=False, retries=3): """ Initializes the SeisHub Web service client. :type base_url: str, optional :param base_url: SeisHub connection string. Defaults to 'http://teide.geophysik.uni-muenchen.de:8080'. :type user: str, optional :param user: The user name used for identification with the Web service. Defaults to ``'admin'``. :type password: str, optional :param password: A password used for authentication with the Web service. Defaults to ``'admin'``. :type timeout: int, optional :param timeout: Seconds before a connection timeout is raised (default is 10 seconds). :type debug: bool, optional :param debug: Enables verbose output. :type retries: int :param retries: Number of retries for failing requests. """ self.base_url = base_url self.waveform = _WaveformMapperClient(self) self.station = _StationMapperClient(self) self.event = _EventMapperClient(self) self.timeout = timeout self.debug = debug self.retries = retries self.xml_seeds = {} self.station_list = {} # Create an OpenerDirector for Basic HTTP Authentication password_mgr = urllib_request.HTTPPasswordMgrWithDefaultRealm() password_mgr.add_password(None, base_url, user, password) auth_handler = urllib_request.HTTPBasicAuthHandler(password_mgr) opener = urllib_request.build_opener(auth_handler) # install globally urllib_request.install_opener(opener)
[docs] def ping(self): """ Ping the SeisHub server. """ try: t1 = time.time() urllib_request.urlopen(self.base_url, timeout=self.timeout).read() return (time.time() - t1) * 1000.0 except Exception: pass
[docs] def test_auth(self): """ Test if authentication information is valid. Raises an Exception if status code of response is not 200 (OK) or 401 (Forbidden). :rtype: bool :return: ``True`` if OK, ``False`` if invalid. """ (code, _msg) = self._http_request(self.base_url + "/xml/", method="HEAD") if code == 200: return True elif code == 401: return False else: raise Exception("Unexpected request status code: %s" % code)
[docs] def _fetch(self, url, *args, **kwargs): # @UnusedVariable params = {} # map keywords for key, value in KEYWORDS.items(): if key in kwargs.keys(): kwargs[value] = kwargs[key] del kwargs[key] # check for ranges and empty values for key, value in kwargs.items(): if not value and value != 0: continue if isinstance(value, tuple) and len(value) == 2: params['min_' + str(key)] = str(value[0]) params['max_' + str(key)] = str(value[1]) elif isinstance(value, list) and len(value) == 2: params['min_' + str(key)] = str(value[0]) params['max_' + str(key)] = str(value[1]) else: params[str(key)] = str(value) # replace special characters remoteaddr = self.base_url + url + '?' + urlencode(params) if self.debug: print('\nRequesting %s' % (remoteaddr)) # certain requests randomly fail on rare occasions, retry for _i in range(self.retries): try: response = urllib_request.urlopen(remoteaddr, timeout=self.timeout) doc = response.read() return doc # XXX currently there are random problems with SeisHub's internal # XXX SQL database access ("cannot operate on a closed database"). # XXX this can be circumvented by issuing the same request again.. except Exception: continue response = urllib_request.urlopen(remoteaddr, timeout=self.timeout) doc = response.read() return doc
[docs] def _http_request(self, url, method, xml_string=None, headers={}): """ Send a HTTP request via urllib2. :type url: str :param url: Complete URL of resource :type method: str :param method: HTTP method of request, e.g. "PUT" :type headers: dict :param headers: Header information for request, e.g. {'User-Agent': "obspyck"} :type xml_string: str :param xml_string: XML for a send request (PUT/POST) """ if method not in HTTP_ACCEPTED_METHODS: raise ValueError("Method must be one of %s" % HTTP_ACCEPTED_METHODS) if method in HTTP_ACCEPTED_DATA_METHODS and not xml_string: raise TypeError("Missing data for %s request." % method) elif method in HTTP_ACCEPTED_NODATA_METHODS and xml_string: raise TypeError("Unexpected data for %s request." % method) req = _RequestWithMethod(method=method, url=url, data=xml_string, headers=headers) # it seems the following always ends in a HTTPError even with # nice status codes...?!? try: response = urllib_request.urlopen(req, timeout=self.timeout) return response.code, response.msg except urllib_request.HTTPError as e: return e.code, e.msg
[docs] def _objectify(self, url, *args, **kwargs): doc = self._fetch(url, *args, **kwargs) return objectify.fromstring(doc)
class _BaseRESTClient(object): def __init__(self, client): self.client = client def get_resource(self, resource_name, format=None, **kwargs): """ Gets a resource. :type resource_name: str :param resource_name: Name of the resource. :type format: str, optional :param format: Format string, e.g. ``'xml'`` or ``'map'``. :return: Resource """ # NOTHING goes ABOVE this line! for key, value in locals().items(): if key not in ["self", "kwargs"]: kwargs[key] = value url = '/xml/' + self.package + '/' + self.resourcetype + '/' + \ resource_name return self.client._fetch(url, **kwargs) def get_xml_resource(self, resource_name, **kwargs): """ Gets a XML resource. :type resource_name: str :param resource_name: Name of the resource. :return: Resource as :class:`lxml.objectify.ObjectifiedElement` """ url = '/xml/' + self.package + '/' + self.resourcetype + '/' + \ resource_name return self.client._objectify(url, **kwargs) def put_resource(self, resource_name, xml_string, headers={}): """ PUTs a XML resource. :type resource_name: str :param resource_name: Name of the resource. :type headers: dict :param headers: Header information for request, e.g. ``{'User-Agent': "obspyck"}`` :type xml_string: str :param xml_string: XML for a send request (PUT/POST) :rtype: tuple :return: (HTTP status code, HTTP status message) .. rubric:: Example >>> c = Client() >>> xseed_file = "dataless.seed.BW_UH1.xml" >>> xml_str = open(xseed_file).read() # doctest: +SKIP >>> c.station.put_resource(xseed_file, xml_str) # doctest: +SKIP (201, 'OK') """ url = '/'.join([self.client.base_url, 'xml', self.package, self.resourcetype, resource_name]) return self.client._http_request( url, method="PUT", xml_string=xml_string, headers=headers) def delete_resource(self, resource_name, headers={}): """ DELETEs a XML resource. :type resource_name: str :param resource_name: Name of the resource. :type headers: dict :param headers: Header information for request, e.g. ``{'User-Agent': "obspyck"}`` :return: (HTTP status code, HTTP status message) """ url = '/'.join([self.client.base_url, 'xml', self.package, self.resourcetype, resource_name]) return self.client._http_request( url, method="DELETE", headers=headers)
[docs]class _WaveformMapperClient(object): """ Interface to access the SeisHub Waveform Web service. .. warning:: This function should NOT be initialized directly, instead access the object via the :attr:`obspy.clients.seishub.Client.waveform` attribute. .. seealso:: https://github.com/barsch/seishub.plugins.seismology/blob/\ master/seishub/plugins/seismology/waveform.py """
[docs] def __init__(self, client): self.client = client
[docs] def get_network_ids(self, **kwargs): """ Gets a list of network ids. :rtype: list :return: List of containing network ids. """ url = '/seismology/waveform/getNetworkIds' root = self.client._objectify(url, **kwargs) return [str(node['network']) for node in root.getchildren()]
[docs] def get_station_ids(self, network=None, **kwargs): """ Gets a list of station ids. :type network: str :param network: Network code, e.g. ``'BW'``. :rtype: list :return: List of containing station ids. """ # NOTHING goes ABOVE this line! for key, value in locals().items(): if key not in ["self", "kwargs"]: kwargs[key] = value url = '/seismology/waveform/getStationIds' root = self.client._objectify(url, **kwargs) return [str(node['station']) for node in root.getchildren()]
[docs] def get_location_ids(self, network=None, station=None, **kwargs): """ Gets a list of location ids. :type network: str :param network: Network code, e.g. ``'BW'``. :type station: str :param station: Station code, e.g. ``'MANZ'``. :rtype: list :return: List of containing location ids. """ # NOTHING goes ABOVE this line! for key, value in locals().items(): if key not in ["self", "kwargs"]: kwargs[key] = value url = '/seismology/waveform/getLocationIds' root = self.client._objectify(url, **kwargs) return [str(node['location']) for node in root.getchildren()]
[docs] def get_channel_ids(self, network=None, station=None, location=None, **kwargs): """ Gets a list of channel ids. :type network: str :param network: Network code, e.g. ``'BW'``. :type station: str :param station: Station code, e.g. ``'MANZ'``. :type location: str :param location: Location code, e.g. ``'00'``. :rtype: list :return: List of containing channel ids. """ # NOTHING goes ABOVE this line! for key, value in locals().items(): if key not in ["self", "kwargs"]: kwargs[key] = value url = '/seismology/waveform/getChannelIds' root = self.client._objectify(url, **kwargs) return [str(node['channel']) for node in root.getchildren()]
[docs] def get_latency(self, network=None, station=None, location=None, channel=None, **kwargs): """ Gets a list of network latency values. :type network: str :param network: Network code, e.g. ``'BW'``. :type station: str :param station: Station code, e.g. ``'MANZ'``. :type location: str :param location: Location code, e.g. ``'00'``. :type channel: str :param channel: Channel code, e.g. ``'EHE'``. :rtype: list :return: List of dictionaries containing latency information. """ # NOTHING goes ABOVE this line! for key, value in locals().items(): if key not in ["self", "kwargs"]: kwargs[key] = value url = '/seismology/waveform/getLatency' root = self.client._objectify(url, **kwargs) return _objectify_result_to_dicts(root)
[docs] def get_waveforms(self, network, station, location=None, channel=None, starttime=None, endtime=None, apply_filter=None, get_paz=False, get_coordinates=False, metadata_timecheck=True, **kwargs): """ Gets a ObsPy Stream object. :type network: str :param network: Network code, e.g. ``'BW'``. :type station: str :param station: Station code, e.g. ``'MANZ'``. :type location: str :param location: Location code, e.g. ``'00'``. :type channel: str :param channel: Channel code, supporting wildcard for component, e.g. ``'EHE'`` or ``'EH*'``. :type starttime: :class:`~obspy.core.utcdatetime.UTCDateTime` :param starttime: Start date and time. :type endtime: :class:`~obspy.core.utcdatetime.UTCDateTime` :param endtime: End date and time. :type apply_filter: bool, optional :param apply_filter: Apply filter (default is ``False``). :type get_paz: bool, optional :param get_paz: Fetch PAZ information and append to :class:`~obspy.core.trace.Stats` of all fetched traces. This considerably slows down the request (default is ``False``). :type get_coordinates: bool, optional :param get_coordinates: Fetch coordinate information and append to :class:`~obspy.core.trace.Stats` of all fetched traces. This considerably slows down the request (default is ``False``). :type metadata_timecheck: bool, optional :param metadata_timecheck: For ``get_paz`` and ``get_coordinates`` check if metadata information is changing from start to end time. Raises an Exception if this is the case. This can be deactivated to save time. :rtype: :class:`~obspy.core.stream.Stream` :return: A ObsPy Stream object. """ # NOTHING goes ABOVE this line! # append all args to kwargs, thus having everything in one dictionary for key, value in locals().items(): if key not in ["self", "kwargs"]: kwargs[key] = value # allow time strings in arguments for time_ in ["starttime", "endtime"]: if isinstance(kwargs[time_], (str, native_str)): kwargs[time_] = UTCDateTime(kwargs[time_]) trim_start = kwargs['starttime'] trim_end = kwargs['endtime'] # we expand the requested time span on both ends by two samples in # order to be able to make use of the nearest_sample option of # stream.trim(). (see trim() and tickets #95 and #105) # only possible if a channel is specified otherwise delta = 0 delta = 2 * guess_delta(kwargs['channel']) kwargs['starttime'] = trim_start - delta kwargs['endtime'] = trim_end + delta url = '/seismology/waveform/getWaveform' data = self.client._fetch(url, **kwargs) if not data: raise Exception("No waveform data available") # unpickle stream = _unpickle(data) if len(stream) == 0: raise Exception("No waveform data available") stream._cleanup() # trimming needs to be done only if we extend the datetime above if channel: stream.trim(trim_start, trim_end) if get_paz: for tr in stream: paz = self.client.station.get_paz(seed_id=tr.id, datetime=starttime) if metadata_timecheck: paz_check = self.client.station.get_paz(seed_id=tr.id, datetime=endtime) if paz != paz_check: msg = "PAZ information changing from start time to" + \ " end time." raise Exception(msg) tr.stats['paz'] = paz if get_coordinates: coords = self.client.station.get_coordinates( network=network, station=station, location=location, datetime=starttime) if metadata_timecheck: coords_check = self.client.station.get_coordinates( network=network, station=station, location=location, datetime=endtime) if coords != coords_check: msg = "Coordinate information changing from start " + \ "time to end time." raise Exception(msg) for tr in stream: tr.stats['coordinates'] = coords.copy() return stream
[docs] def get_previews(self, network, station, location=None, channel=None, starttime=None, endtime=None, trace_ids=None, **kwargs): """ Gets a preview of a ObsPy Stream object. :type network: str :param network: Network code, e.g. ``'BW'``. :type station: str :param station: Station code, e.g. ``'MANZ'``. :type location: str :param location: Location code, e.g. ``'00'``. :type channel: str :param channel: Channel code, supporting wildcard for component, e.g. ``'EHE'`` or ``'EH*'``. :type starttime: :class:`~obspy.core.utcdatetime.UTCDateTime` :param starttime: Start date and time. :type endtime: :class:`~obspy.core.utcdatetime.UTCDateTime` :param endtime: End date and time. :rtype: :class:`~obspy.core.stream.Stream` :return: Waveform preview as ObsPy Stream object. """ # NOTHING goes ABOVE this line! for key, value in locals().items(): if key not in ["self", "kwargs"]: kwargs[key] = value url = '/seismology/waveform/getPreview' data = self.client._fetch(url, **kwargs) if not data: raise Exception("No waveform data available") # unpickle stream = _unpickle(data) return stream
[docs] def get_previews_by_ids(self, trace_ids=None, starttime=None, endtime=None, **kwargs): """ Gets a preview of a ObsPy Stream object. :type trace_ids: list :param trace_ids: List of trace IDs, e.g. ``['BW.MANZ..EHE']``. :type starttime: :class:`~obspy.core.utcdatetime.UTCDateTime` :param starttime: Start date and time. :type endtime: :class:`~obspy.core.utcdatetime.UTCDateTime` :param endtime: End date and time. :rtype: :class:`~obspy.core.stream.Stream` :return: Waveform preview as ObsPy Stream object. """ # NOTHING goes ABOVE this line! for key, value in locals().items(): if key not in ["self", "kwargs"]: kwargs[key] = value # concatenate list of IDs into string if 'trace_ids' in kwargs: if isinstance(kwargs['trace_ids'], list): kwargs['trace_ids'] = ','.join(kwargs['trace_ids']) url = '/seismology/waveform/getPreview' data = self.client._fetch(url, **kwargs) if not data: raise Exception("No waveform data available") # unpickle stream = _unpickle(data) return stream
[docs]class _StationMapperClient(_BaseRESTClient): """ Interface to access the SeisHub Station Web service. .. warning:: This function should NOT be initialized directly, instead access the object via the :attr:`obspy.clients.seishub.Client.station` attribute. .. seealso:: https://github.com/barsch/seishub.plugins.seismology/blob/\ master/seishub/plugins/seismology/waveform.py """ package = 'seismology' resourcetype = 'station'
[docs] def get_list(self, network=None, station=None, **kwargs): """ Gets a list of station information. :type network: str :param network: Network code, e.g. ``'BW'``. :type station: str :param station: Station code, e.g. ``'MANZ'``. :rtype: list :return: List of dictionaries containing station information. """ # NOTHING goes ABOVE this line! for key, value in locals().items(): if key not in ["self", "kwargs"]: kwargs[key] = value url = '/seismology/station/getList' root = self.client._objectify(url, **kwargs) return _objectify_result_to_dicts(root)
[docs] def get_coordinates(self, network, station, datetime, location=''): """ Get coordinate information. Returns a dictionary with coordinate information for specified station at the specified time. :type network: str :param network: Network code, e.g. ``'BW'``. :type station: str :param station: Station code, e.g. ``'MANZ'``. :type datetime: :class:`~obspy.core.utcdatetime.UTCDateTime` :param datetime: Time for which the PAZ is requested, e.g. ``'2010-01-01 12:00:00'``. :type location: str :param location: Location code, e.g. ``'00'``. :rtype: dict :return: Dictionary containing station coordinate information. """ # NOTHING goes ABOVE this line! kwargs = {} # no **kwargs so use empty dict for key, value in locals().items(): if key not in ["self", "kwargs"]: kwargs[key] = value # try to read coordinates from previously obtained station lists netsta = ".".join([network, station]) for data in self.client.station_list.get(netsta, []): # check if starttime is present and fitting if data['start_datetime'] == "": pass elif datetime < UTCDateTime(data['start_datetime']): continue # check if end time is present and fitting if data['end_datetime'] == "": pass elif datetime > UTCDateTime(data['end_datetime']): continue coords = {} for key in ['latitude', 'longitude', 'elevation']: coords[key] = data[key] return coords metadata = self.get_list(**kwargs) if not metadata: msg = "No coordinates for station %s.%s at %s" % \ (network, station, datetime) raise Exception(msg) stalist = self.client.station_list.setdefault(netsta, []) for data in metadata: if data not in stalist: stalist.append(data) if len(metadata) > 1: warnings.warn("Received more than one metadata set. Using first.") metadata = metadata[0] coords = {} for key in ['latitude', 'longitude', 'elevation']: coords[key] = metadata[key] return coords
[docs] def get_paz(self, seed_id, datetime): """ Get PAZ for a station at given time span. Gain is the A0 normalization constant for the poles and zeros. :type seed_id: str :param seed_id: SEED or channel id, e.g. ``"BW.RJOB..EHZ"`` or ``"EHE"``. :type datetime: :class:`~obspy.core.utcdatetime.UTCDateTime` :param datetime: Time for which the PAZ is requested, e.g. ``'2010-01-01 12:00:00'``. :rtype: dict :return: Dictionary containing zeros, poles, gain and sensitivity. .. rubric:: Example >>> c = Client(timeout=20) >>> paz = c.station.get_paz( ... 'BW.MANZ..EHZ', '20090707') # doctest: +SKIP >>> paz['zeros'] # doctest: +SKIP [0j, 0j] >>> len(paz['poles']) # doctest: +SKIP 5 >>> print(paz['poles'][0]) # doctest: +SKIP (-0.037004+0.037016j) >>> paz['gain'] # doctest: +SKIP 60077000.0 >>> paz['sensitivity'] # doctest: +SKIP 2516800000.0 """ # try to read PAZ from previously obtained XSEED data for res in self.client.xml_seeds.get(seed_id, []): parser = Parser(res) try: paz = parser.get_paz(seed_id=seed_id, datetime=UTCDateTime(datetime)) return paz except Exception: continue network, station, location, channel = seed_id.split(".") # request station information station_list = self.get_list(network=network, station=station, datetime=datetime) if not station_list: return {} # don't allow wild cards for wildcard in ['*', '?']: if wildcard in seed_id: msg = "Wildcards in seed_id are not allowed." raise ValueError(msg) if len(station_list) > 1: warnings.warn("Received more than one XSEED file. Using first.") xml_doc = station_list[0] res = self.client.station.get_resource(xml_doc['resource_name']) reslist = self.client.xml_seeds.setdefault(seed_id, []) if res not in reslist: reslist.append(res) parser = Parser(res) paz = parser.get_paz(seed_id=seed_id, datetime=UTCDateTime(datetime)) return paz
[docs]class _EventMapperClient(_BaseRESTClient): """ Interface to access the SeisHub Event Web service. .. warning:: This function should NOT be initialized directly, instead access the object via the :attr:`obspy.clients.seishub.Client.event` attribute. .. seealso:: https://github.com/barsch/seishub.plugins.seismology/blob/\ master/seishub/plugins/seismology/event.py """ package = 'seismology' resourcetype = 'event' @deprecated_keywords({ "first_pick": None, "last_pick": None})
[docs] def get_list(self, limit=50, offset=None, localisation_method=None, author=None, min_datetime=None, max_datetime=None, min_first_pick=None, max_first_pick=None, min_last_pick=None, max_last_pick=None, min_latitude=None, max_latitude=None, min_longitude=None, max_longitude=None, min_magnitude=None, max_magnitude=None, min_depth=None, max_depth=None, used_p=None, min_used_p=None, max_used_p=None, used_s=None, min_used_s=None, max_used_s=None, document_id=None, **kwargs): """ Gets a list of event information. ..note: For SeisHub versions < 1.4 available keys include "user" and "account". In newer SeisHub versions they are replaced by "author". :rtype: list :return: List of dictionaries containing event information. The number of resulting events is by default limited to 50 entries from a SeisHub server. You may raise this by setting the ``limit`` option to a maximal value of 2500. Numbers above 2500 will result into an exception. """ # check limit if limit > 2500: msg = "Maximal allowed limit is 2500 entries." raise ValueError(msg) # NOTHING goes ABOVE this line! for key, value in locals().items(): if key not in ["self", "kwargs"]: kwargs[key] = value url = '/seismology/event/getList' root = self.client._objectify(url, **kwargs) results = _objectify_result_to_dicts(root) if limit == len(results) or \ limit is None and len(results) == 50 or \ len(results) == 2500: msg = "List of results might be incomplete due to option 'limit'." warnings.warn(msg) return results
[docs] def get_events(self, **kwargs): """ Fetches a catalog with event information. Parameters to narrow down the request are the same as for :meth:`get_list`. .. warning:: Only works when connecting to a SeisHub server of version 1.4.0 or higher (serving event data as QuakeML). :rtype: :class:`~obspy.core.event.Catalog` :returns: Catalog containing event information matching the request. The number of resulting events is by default limited to 50 entries from a SeisHub server. You may raise this by setting the ``limit`` option to a maximal value of 2500. Numbers above 2500 will result into an exception. """ resource_names = [item["resource_name"] for item in self.get_list(**kwargs)] cat = Catalog() for resource_name in resource_names: cat.extend(read_events(self.get_resource(resource_name))) return cat
[docs] def get_kml(self, nolabels=False, **kwargs): """ Posts an event.get_list() and returns the results as a KML file. For optional arguments, see documentation of :meth:`~obspy.clients.seishub.client._EventMapperClient.get_list()` :type nolabels: bool :param nolabels: Hide labels of events in KML. Can be useful with large data sets. :rtype: str :return: String containing KML information of all matching events. This string can be written to a file and loaded into e.g. Google Earth. """ events = self.get_list(**kwargs) timestamp = datetime.now() # construct the KML file kml = Element("kml") kml.set("xmlns", "http://www.opengis.net/kml/2.2") document = SubElement(kml, "Document") SubElement(document, "name").text = "SeisHub Event Locations" # style definitions for earthquakes style = SubElement(document, "Style") style.set("id", "earthquake") iconstyle = SubElement(style, "IconStyle") SubElement(iconstyle, "scale").text = "0.5" icon = SubElement(iconstyle, "Icon") SubElement(icon, "href").text = \ "https://maps.google.com/mapfiles/kml/shapes/earthquake.png" hotspot = SubElement(iconstyle, "hotSpot") hotspot.set("x", "0.5") hotspot.set("y", "0") hotspot.set("xunits", "fraction") hotspot.set("yunits", "fraction") labelstyle = SubElement(style, "LabelStyle") SubElement(labelstyle, "color").text = "ff0000ff" SubElement(labelstyle, "scale").text = "0.8" folder = SubElement(document, "Folder") SubElement(folder, "name").text = "SeisHub Events (%s)" % \ timestamp.date() SubElement(folder, "open").text = "1" # additional descriptions for the folder descrip_str = "Fetched from: %s" % self.client.base_url descrip_str += "\nFetched at: %s" % timestamp descrip_str += "\n\nSearch options:\n" descrip_str += "\n".join(["=".join((str(k), str(v))) for k, v in kwargs.items()]) SubElement(folder, "description").text = descrip_str style = SubElement(folder, "Style") liststyle = SubElement(style, "ListStyle") SubElement(liststyle, "listItemType").text = "check" SubElement(liststyle, "bgColor").text = "00ffffff" SubElement(liststyle, "maxSnippetLines").text = "5" # add one marker per event interesting_keys = ['resource_name', 'localisation_method', 'account', 'user', 'public', 'datetime', 'longitude', 'latitude', 'depth', 'magnitude', 'used_p', 'used_s'] for event_dict in events: placemark = SubElement(folder, "Placemark") date = str(event_dict['datetime']).split(" ")[0] mag = str(event_dict['magnitude']) # scale marker size to magnitude if this information is present if mag: mag = float(mag) label = "%s: %.1f" % (date, mag) try: icon_size = 1.2 * log(1.5 + mag) except ValueError: icon_size = 0.1 else: label = date icon_size = 0.5 if nolabels: SubElement(placemark, "name").text = "" else: SubElement(placemark, "name").text = label SubElement(placemark, "styleUrl").text = "#earthquake" style = SubElement(placemark, "Style") icon_style = SubElement(style, "IconStyle") liststyle = SubElement(style, "ListStyle") SubElement(liststyle, "maxSnippetLines").text = "5" SubElement(icon_style, "scale").text = str(icon_size) if event_dict['longitude'] and event_dict['latitude']: point = SubElement(placemark, "Point") SubElement(point, "coordinates").text = "%.10f,%.10f,0" % \ (event_dict['longitude'], event_dict['latitude']) # detailed information on the event for the description descrip_str = "" for key in interesting_keys: if key not in event_dict: continue descrip_str += "\n%s: %s" % (key, event_dict[key]) SubElement(placemark, "description").text = descrip_str # generate and return KML string return tostring(kml, pretty_print=True, xml_declaration=True)
[docs] def save_kml(self, filename, overwrite=False, **kwargs): """ Posts an event.get_list() and writes the results as a KML file. For optional arguments, see help for :meth:`~obspy.clients.seishub.client._EventMapperClient.get_list()` and :meth:`~obspy.clients.seishub.client._EventMapperClient.get_kml()` :type filename: str :param filename: Filename (complete path) to save KML to. :type overwrite: bool :param overwrite: Overwrite existing file, otherwise if file exists an Exception is raised. :type nolabels: bool :param nolabels: Hide labels of events in KML. Can be useful with large data sets. :rtype: str :return: String containing KML information of all matching events. This string can be written to a file and loaded into e.g. Google Earth. """ if not overwrite and os.path.lexists(filename): raise OSError("File %s exists and overwrite=False." % filename) kml_string = self.get_kml(**kwargs) open(filename, "wt").write(kml_string) return
class _RequestWithMethod(urllib_request.Request): """ Improved urllib2.Request Class for which the HTTP Method can be set to values other than only GET and POST. See http://benjamin.smedbergs.us/blog/2008-10-21/\ putting-and-deleteing-in-python-urllib2/ """ def __init__(self, method, *args, **kwargs): if method not in HTTP_ACCEPTED_METHODS: msg = "HTTP Method not supported. " + \ "Supported are: %s." % HTTP_ACCEPTED_METHODS raise ValueError(msg) urllib_request.Request.__init__(self, *args, **kwargs) self._method = method def get_method(self): return self._method if __name__ == '__main__': import doctest doctest.testmod(exclude_empty=True)