GET.seis: Reads various seismic file formats

Description Usage Arguments Details Value Note Author(s) See Also Examples

Description

This fuction calls binary routines to read in ‘segy’, ‘sac’.

Usage

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GET.seis(fnames, kind = 1, Iendian=1, BIGLONG=FALSE ,
HEADONLY=FALSE,  PLOT = -1, RAW=FALSE)

JGET.seis(fnames, kind = 1, Iendian=1, BIGLONG=FALSE ,
HEADONLY=FALSE,  PLOT = -1, RAW=FALSE)

Arguments

fnames

list of file names.

kind

an integer 1, 2, 3; 0=R(DAT) , 1 = segy, 2 = sac, 3 = AH.

Iendian

vector, Endian-ness of the data: 1,2,3: "little", "big", "swap". Default = 1 (little)

BIGLONG

logical, TRUE=long=8 bytes

HEADONLY

logical, TRUE= header information only; not seismic trace will be returned (runs a little faster).

PLOT

integer, <0 no plot; 0 interactive; >0 number of seconds to sleep

RAW

logical, default=FALSE(convert to volts) , TRUE (return counts intead of volts)

Details

Uses readBin to extract data in SAC/SEGY format. User must know what kind of machine the data was created on for I/O purposes.

If data was created on a little endian machine but is being read on big endian machine, need to call the endian "swap" for swapping.

Iendian can be a vector if input files have different endian-ness.

If data was created on a machine with LONG=4 bytes, be sure to call the program with BIGLONG=FALSE.

The data returned is a list of lists, each element is one trace not necessarily related to the other traces in the list.

Once the data is read in, use prepSEIS to reformat the data into a list more amenable to further analysis in RSEIS.

See examples below for different cases.

Value

List containing the seismic data and header information. Each trace consists of a list with:

fn

original file name

sta

station name

comp

compnent

dt

delta t in seconds

DATTIM

time list

yr

year

jd

julian day

mo

month

dom

day of month

hr

hour

mi

minute

sec

sec

msec

milliseconds

dt

delta t in seconds

t1

time start of trace

t2

time end of trace

off

off-set

N

number of points in trace

units

units

amp

vector of trace values

Note

OLDER:

Information in the file names is ignored, so be sure to modify headers prior to using this method of extracting meta-data. (Or modify the meta data from the file names after reading in the data.)

For SEGY files, in LINUX-UNIX, use: rename, segymod (PASSCAL) to modify the headers

JGET.seis extracts digital seismic data from binary files stored in the file system. The program uses readBin for I/O and passes data back to R. Currently SAC, SEGY formats are installed but it is easy to extend. AH format is available for LINUX systems, but there were problems compiling in WINDOWS and MACOS so this feature was removed. A filter for mseed format is currently being developed.

Author(s)

Jonathan M. Lees <[email protected]>

See Also

plotJGET, JSAC.seis , prepSEIS, Mine.seis

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## Not run: 

Lname  <-  list.files(path='/data/wadati/bourbon/LaurelCanNC/R005.01' ,
         pattern="08.005.01.41.23.9024", full.names=TRUE)

S1   <-  GET.seis(Lname, kind = 1, PLOT = -1)

###   for data created on UNIX (SUN) but read on linux:

S1   <-  GET.seis(Lname, kind = 1, Iendian="swap", BIGLONG=FALSE, PLOT = -1)

###   for data created on linux (32 bit)  but read on linux 64 bit:

S1   <-  GET.seis(Lname, kind = 1, Iendian="little", BIGLONG=FALSE, PLOT = -1)

###   for SEGY data created on linux (64 bit)  but read on linux 32 bit:

S1   <-  GET.seis(Lname, kind = 1, Iendian="little", BIGLONG=TRUE, PLOT = -1)


###   for SAC data created on MAC-OS (64 bit)  but read on linux 32 bit:

S1   <-  GET.seis(Lname, kind = 2, Iendian="swap", BIGLONG=TRUE, PLOT = -1)


##################   



##########    to use other parts of the seismic
############               analysis package convert to rseis format:


####  prepare the data for further processing:

S1   <-  JGET.seis(Lname, kind = 2, Iendian="swap", BIGLONG=TRUE, PLOT = -1)

 GH <- prepSEIS(S1)
####   plot the data, and interact with the data
swig(GH, SHOWONLY=0)

###  or simply:

plotJGET(S1)


## End(Not run)

RSEIS documentation built on Aug. 23, 2018, 1:04 a.m.