Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/2122/10616
AuthorsLombardi, Anna Maria 
TitleSEDA: A software package for the Statistical Earthquake Data Analysis
Issue Date2017
Series/Report no./7(2017)
DOI10.1038/srep44171
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/2122/10616
Keywordsstatistical seismology
software
Subject Classification04.06. Seismology 
AbstractIn this paper, the first version of the software SEDA (SEDAv1.0), designed to help seismologists statistically analyze earthquake data, is presented. The package consists of a user-friendly Matlab-based interface, which allows the user to easily interact with the application, and a computational core of Fortran codes, to guarantee the maximum speed. The primary factor driving the development of SEDA is to guarantee the research reproducibility, which is a growing movement among scientists and highly recommended by the most important scientific journals. SEDAv1.0 is mainly devoted to produce accurate and fast outputs. Less care has been taken for the graphic appeal, which will be improved in the future. The main part of SEDAv1.0 is devoted to the ETAS modeling. SEDAv1.0 contains a set of consistent tools on ETAS, allowing the estimation of parameters, the testing of model on data, the simulation of catalogs, the identification of sequences and forecasts calculation. The peculiarities of routines inside SEDAv1.0 are discussed in this paper. More specific details on the software are presented in the manual accompanying the program package.
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