ESM REXEL-outputs Web-Service
The ESM REXEL-outputs web-service returns final results in terms of: available-combinations and a summary of the user-options, as well as waveforms and metadata-table for a selected combination. A complete list of supported options and usage examples is available in the query-options webpage. Requests must use HTTP-POST method.
run argument is required (the output ZIP file from ESM REXEL-run-matching web-service can be passed)
- available-combinations file contains, within a JSON structure, the combination-ID related to the spectra matching, on average, the target spectrum within a specified tolerance
- waveforms are provided as Adaptable Seismic Data Format (ASDF) or as a ZIP file containing DYNA 1.2 ASCII waveforms (for further details on these formats, see ESM event-data web-service)
- metadata-table is provided as a JSON structure containing the "mean_score", i.e. the RMS-based score computed between the mean spectrum (of the selected combination of spectra) and the target spectrum, along with other metadata, such as: magnitudes, epicental distances, various ground-motion intensity measures, etc.
ESM REXEL-outputs web-service works in combination with:
Backend Python software used by this web service was originally developed by Puglia R. and Sgobba S., and it is currently maintained by Felicetta C., Russo E., and Sgobba S.