obspy.xseed - Dataless SEED, RESP and XML-SEED read and write support for ObsPy¶
XML-SEED was introduced by Tsuboi, Tromp and Komatitsch (2004), it is a XML representation of Dataless SEED. This module contains converters from Dataless SEED to XML-SEED and vice versa as well as a converter from Dataless SEED to RESP files. The xseed module is tested against the complete ORFEUS Dataless SEED archive, the IRIS (US) Dataless SEED archive and against ArcLink response requests.
|copyright:||The ObsPy Development Team (email@example.com)|
|license:||GNU Lesser General Public License, Version 3 (http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/lesser.html)|
Allocate a Parser object and read/write¶
>>> from obspy.xseed import Parser >>> sp = Parser("/path/to/dataless.seed.BW_FURT") >>> sp.writeXSEED("dataless.seed.BW_RJOB.xml")
The lines above will convert Dataless SEED, e.g.:
000001V 010009402.3121970,001,00:00:00.0000~2038,001,00:00:00.0000~ 2009,037,04:32:41.0000~BayernNetz~~0110032002RJOB 000003RJOB 000008 ...
to the XML-SEED representation, e.g.:
<?xml version='1.0' encoding='utf-8'?> <xseed version="1.0"> <volume_index_control_header> <volume_identifier blockette="010"> <version_of_format>2.4</version_of_format> <logical_record_length>12</logical_record_length> <beginning_time>1970-01-01T00:00:00</beginning_time> <end_time>2038-01-01T00:00:00</end_time> <volume_time>2009-02-06T04:32:41</volume_time> <originating_organization>BayernNetz</originating_organization> ...
>>> sp.writeRESP(folder="BW_FURT", zipped=False)
The Parser Object¶
SEED files as well as its derived format XML-SEED will be parsed in a Parser structure.
SEED volumes have four different volume types:
- Volume Index Control Headers
- Abbreviation Dictionary Control Headers
- Station Control Headers
- Time Span Control Headers (currently not supported by ObsPy. Some dummy headers will be written in case they are needed by SEED/XSEED conventions.)
After parsing a SEED or XML-SEED file the Blockette objects for each volume will be stored in the attributes``Parser.volume``, Parser.abbreviations and Parser.stations. Each item is a list of all related Blockettes and Parser.stations is a list of stations which contains all related Blockettes.
|fields||Helper module containing xseed fields.|
|parser||Main module containing XML-SEED parser.|
|utils||Various additional utilities for ObsPy xseed.|