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= Welcome to the QuakePy web site =  = QuakePy = 
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!QuakePy is designed as a set of tools for statistical analyses of earthquake catalogs. It provides a library of classes for earthquake catalog handling and computations. Many plot routines help visualizing obtained results. !QuakePy is developed in [http://www.python.org Python] as a fully opensource library. It makes use of multiple other tools like [http://gmt.soest.hawaii.edu/ GMT] and supports [http://www.quakeml.org QuakeML], the XML description of seismological data.  !QuakePy is designed as a set of tools for statistical analyses of earthquake catalogs. It provides a library of classes for earthquake catalog handling and computations. Many plot routines help visualizing obtained results. !QuakePy is developed in [[http://www.python.orgPython]] as a fully opensource library. It makes use of multiple other tools like [[http://gmt.soest.hawaii.edu/GMT]] and supports [[http://www.quakeml.orgQuakeML]], the XML description of seismological data. 
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!QuakePy is inspired by the functionality of [http://www.earthquake.ethz.ch/software/zmap ZMAP], a seismicity analysis toolbox for the use with [http://www.mathworks.com/products/matlab/ MatLab]. Although !QuakePy avoids the use of any proprietary software, many tools for Python allow for a !MatLablike working environment, e.g., [http://ipython.scipy.org/moin/ IPython]. !MatLab users should take a look at the [http://www.scipy.org/Wiki/NumPy_for_Matlab_Users NumPy for Matlab Users] pages, which explain the similarities and differences between !MatLab and Python in the IPython shell.  !QuakePy is inspired by the functionality of [[http://www.earthquake.ethz.ch/software/zmapZMAP]], a seismicity analysis toolbox for the use with [[http://www.mathworks.com/products/matlab/MatLab]]. Although !QuakePy avoids the use of any proprietary software, many tools for Python allow for a !MatLablike working environment, e.g., [[http://ipython.scipy.org/moin/IPython]]. !MatLab users should take a look at the [[http://www.scipy.org/Wiki/NumPy_for_Matlab_UsersNumPy for Matlab Users]] pages, which explain the similarities and differences between !MatLab and Python in the IPython shell. [[GettingQuakePyGetting QuakePy / Download]] [[ListOfPackagesList of Necessary Packages for QuakePy]]  [[ListOfIdeasList of Ideas]] [[Acknowledgments]] 
QuakePy
QuakePy is designed as a set of tools for statistical analyses of earthquake catalogs. It provides a library of classes for earthquake catalog handling and computations. Many plot routines help visualizing obtained results. QuakePy is developed in Python as a fully opensource library. It makes use of multiple other tools like GMT and supports QuakeML, the XML description of seismological data.
QuakePy is inspired by the functionality of ZMAP, a seismicity analysis toolbox for the use with MatLab. Although QuakePy avoids the use of any proprietary software, many tools for Python allow for a MatLablike working environment, e.g., IPython. MatLab users should take a look at the NumPy for Matlab Users pages, which explain the similarities and differences between MatLab and Python in the IPython shell.
List of Necessary Packages for QuakePy