Revision History: timeseries v.1

Release 1.4.5 (2017-04-11):

  • Now utilizes fdsnws-dataselect for restricted authorization.
  • Now utilizes fdsnws-station for response metadata.
  • Simplified configuration for icab service stack and token cache.

Release 1.4.3 (2017-2-7):

  • Updated service for compatibility with WebServiceShell v 2.2.5

Release 1.3.16 (2015-3-2):

  • Switched to new database.

Release 1.3.13 (2013-5-28-31):

  • Moved to http://service.iris.edu/irisws/timeseries/1 from http://www.iris.edu/ws/timeseries

Release 1.3.6 (2012-10-31):

Release 1.3.5 (2012-06-07):

  • The filtering options lpfilter, hpfilter and bpfilter now preserve DC offsets.
  • Added envelope option to calculate the envelope of the time series.
  • Added taper option. Use this option to apply HANNING, HAMMING or COSINE taper functions to the data.
  • Added correct option. This option applies instrument correction to convert to earth units. This option uses either deconvolution or polynomial response correction depending on the channel’s meta-data.
  • Due to the introduction of the correct option, which performs response correction, the deconvolve option is now considered deprecated and its use is discouraged.
  • Added autolimits option. Use this option to automatically determines frequency limits for deconvolution.
  • Now add metadata to SAC headers including: latitude, longitude, elevation, depth azimuth, incident angle, instrument name, scale factor, scale frequency, units, sampling rate, start time, endtime

Release 1.3.1 (2012-05-03):

  • Support fractional time to the microsecond (Previous versions only supported millisecond resolution).
  • Internal logging change. Better tracking of HTTP return status codes.
  • Better handling of near realtime data; artifacts are rebuilt more reliably.

Release 1.2.20 (2011-04-01):

  • Support for audio WAV file output: output=audio
  • Added one column ASCII output: output=ascii1
  • Added new output option name: output=ascii2
  • With this option the web service outputs two columns (time, value).
  • This option is same as the previously existing option output=ascii