obspy.core.inventory.station.Station.select

Station.select(location=None, channel=None, time=None, starttime=None, endtime=None, sampling_rate=None)[source]

Returns the Station object with only the Channels that match the given criteria (e.g. all channels with channel="EHZ").

Warning

The returned object is based on a shallow copy of the original object. That means that modifying any mutable child elements will also modify the original object (see https://docs.python.org/2/library/copy.html). Use copy() afterwards to make a new copy of the data in memory.

Example

>>> from obspy import read_inventory, UTCDateTime
>>> sta = read_inventory()[0][0]
>>> t = UTCDateTime(2008, 7, 1, 12)
>>> sta = sta.select(channel="[LB]HZ", time=t)
>>> print(sta)  
Station FUR (Fuerstenfeldbruck, Bavaria, GR-Net)
    Station Code: FUR
    Channel Count: None/None (Selected/Total)
    2006-12-16T00:00:00.000000Z -
    Access: None
    Latitude: 48.16, Longitude: 11.28, Elevation: 565.0 m
    Available Channels:
        FUR..BHZ, FUR..LHZ

The location and channel selection criteria may also contain UNIX style wildcards (e.g. *, ?, ...; see fnmatch()).

Parameters:
  • location (str) Potentially wildcarded location code. If not given, all location codes will be accepted.
  • channel (str) Potentially wildcarded channel code. If not given, all channel codes will be accepted.
  • time (UTCDateTime) Only include channels active at given point in time.
  • starttime (UTCDateTime) Only include channels active at or after given point in time (i.e. channels ending before given time will not be shown).
  • endtime (UTCDateTime) Only include channels active before or at given point in time (i.e. channels starting after given time will not be shown).