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pyNLLoc 1.0.0

pyNLLoc: Python functions for NonLinLoc and Scat2Angle

Python module for running NonLinLoc, including on a cluster, as well as providing utilities for converting location scatter files into angle distributions.

Code by David J Pugh

pyNLLoc

This is a Python module for running NonLinLoc, including on a cluster, as well as providing utilities for converting location scatter files into angle distributions. The angle conversion utilities, Scat2Angle and XYZ2Angle require the C++ program, GetNLLOCScatterAngles to be compiled.

This module provides
pyNLLoc - Rrunning NLLoc using python Scat2Angle - Convert location scatter distribution to angle distribution XYZ2Angle - Calculates the angles for given x, y, z coordinates

Compiling GetNLLOCScatterAngles

GetNLLOCScatterAngles is compiled from source, either using the makefile or the script make_angles.sh.

This compiles the GetAngles.cpp file, which is dependent on some NonLinLoc files, these are included in the folder NLLoc_code, but it is equally possible to use another NLLoc source directory by setting the NLLOC_PATH in the makefile (or script). It is recommended to use the latest NLLoc source code, but it is important to note that as of 17/12/2015 Version 6.00 has a bug in GridLib.c related to angle interpolation, so a fixed versin of GridLib.c is provided in the pyNLLoc distribution. This is fixed as of 20130823 in beta version, but may not be fixed in the latest release.

 
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