Command line Fetch scripts [IRIS DMC]
The DMC’s Fetch scripts are simple command line Perl scripts that request data and information from webs services at the DMC and compatible services at other data centers.
|FetchData||Download||Fetch time series data (miniSEED), simple metadata (ASCII) and instrument responses (SEED RESP and SAC PZs)|
|FetchEvent||Download||Fetch event (earthquake) information in ASCII text format, source XML can also be saved|
|FetchMetadata||Download||Fetch basic time series channel metadata in ASCII text format, source XML can also be saved|
For further description and examples using these scripts visit the Wiki page.
Java Web Service library [IRIS DMC]
A Java API that allows direct access to DMC data (using web services)
This library allows a Java developer to access DMC-stored data without dealing directly with the web service interfaces or, more importantly, the internal formats of the DMC. Even though the web services typically return XML or SEED data, users of this library do not need XML or SEED knowledge to process the returned information.
MATLAB data access via irisFetch.m [IRIS DMC]
A MATLAB library that allows direct access to DMC data.
Waveform (time series) data, related station metadata and event parameters from the IRIS-DMC are directly accessible from within MATLAB (R2009b and later) using this library.
ObsPy/Python data access and processing
The ObsPy project is dedicated to provide a Python framework for processing seismological data. Included in this framework is the capability to retrieve data from FDSN web services (among many other data sources).
If you wish to retrieve data from the DMC and process it in Python using ObsPy is highly recommended.
JWEED and other IRIS DMC software that use web services
If you have a FDSN or IRIS Web Service client and wish to have it listed here, please fill out and submit our feedback form selecting "Web Services" in the Message Reason dropdown and "List my WS client" in the Subject field.