PySEP (Python Seismogram Extraction and Processing) is a package revolving
around the collection, visualization and curation
of seismic data and metadata. It is built around ObsPy and uses a number of
core classes to achieve its goals:
PySep: data download and processing tool
RecSec: record section plotter for data visualization
Declust: event and station declustering and weighting
PySEP is hosted on GitHub as part of the adjTomo organization.
As part of the SCOPED toolkit, PySEP has been containerized using Docker.
We recommend installing PySEP into a Conda environment to avoid package or dependency conflicts with other Python packages.
Installation via Pip is recommended for the latest, stable version of
PySEP. Note that the package name PySEP was already take on PyPi, so our
package must be installed via the name:
Cartopy must be installed separately via Conda otherwise you will encounter Pip dependency errors
conda create -n pysep conda activate pysep conda install cartopy pip install pysep-adjtomo
Installing Development Version#
PySEP is under an active state of development, so for the latest version of the
codebase, installation must take place directly from the
devel branch of the
API and code stability is subject to change without warning when using the
git clone --branch devel https://github.com/adjtomo/pysep.git cd pysep/ conda env create -f environment.yml conda activate pysep
The above code installs PySEP in editable mode via Pip. This means that any source code changes that occur in the pysep/ directory are directly accesible in your development version.
To update the development branch with the most up-to-date changes, run:
git pull origin devel
PySEP comes with unit testing which should be run before and after making any changes to see if your changes have altered the expected code behavior.
If you have installed the Development version of PySEP, you can run tests with:
conda install pytest cd pysep/tests pytest