Brainery Bytes: Ground Motion & Hazard
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In this space we will publish brief technical content via interactive WebMedia and WebApps on the user-friendly and versatile Jupyter Notebooks.Jupyter Notebooks are a great medium for interactive development and demonstration.
I have moved some of the Educational Brainery Bytes into the Pay-Per-View video section. These education videos are associated with a particular Brainery Byte. Click here to access the videos.
They are grouped into the following categories:
1. WebApps -- User friendly User Intefaces used to perform a specific task
2. WebDemos -- Documented scripts for proof/explanation of concepts
3. WebSamples -- Examples files to help you get started with fundamentals
Everyone is welcome to submit content! Please contact me.
This Notebook shows you how to use Python to access the USGS Design Ground Motions WebServices. It is a more explicit example than the webapp
Here is a video to accompany this Brainery Byte: https://youtu.be/WOREUrlrDhY
My first link to someone else's GitHub Repository!
This is a great place to get started with computing response spectra!
This Notebook computes the response spectra for a ground motion at various damping ratios.
Amir Hossein Namadchi