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Timeseries Query Form (GOAT and Sync files)
This query will tell you exactly what data holdings we have. [*required field]
virtual network
**network
channel latitude and longitude
  NORTH
 
WEST
Get Coordinates from Map EAST
  SOUTH
 
station
location
channel
*data start time
YYYY (MM DD or JJJ) HHMMSS
or
*data end time
YYYY (MM DD or JJJ) HHMMSS
or
channel parameters
sample rate >=   <=
elevation
>= <=
channel flags like
depth
>= <=
sensor type like
azimuth
>= <=
site like
dip
>= <=
by day            by quality
quality
     

**You must include at least one of the following parameters: network, station, location, channel code OR set a latitude/longitude box [see more help below]


What is a timeseries?

The term "timeseries" refers to the time for which data was recorded for a given channel. Some channels record continuously and others are triggered by events of a certain magnitude. The DMC records this time information in the database so users can accurately determine what data is available down to the tenth of a second.

How this query works

You must include:

You can include:

Once you have started the query you will have 2 output options:

  1. Make a Station Map
  2. View Timeseries (GOAT) - Gap/Overlap Analysis tool. See exactly what data is available (or missing) from the DMC or you own holdings, channel by channel.

There are several GOAT output options:

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