Ok so here are a few different plots I've come up with. Top left (Time vs. Magnitude), top right (Magnitude vs. Frequency), bottom left( Magnitude vs. Events per year), and bottom right (Basicallly time between events). Here I have 8 graphs, the first four are results from my hard-stop model of a section with no tremor patches, a b-value of 0.012, and sheer stress of 1.5. The last four are also from a hard- stop case with a b-value of 0.012 and sheer stress of 6.5. I'm currently in the process of contrasting my models with no tremor patches to see how they change when a matrix of parameters are varied. Once I've come up with a conclusion on what's happening here I will then narrow down the matrix to a subset because these runs are time consuming. After all of that we add the tremor patches back into the models into a variety of ways and try to summarize those results. It's ALOT of trial and error but hey that's the name of the game.

By Rob on July 21st, 2014

Nice figures! Those are starting to look good! Yep, my internship involved a lot of trial and error and trying to reduce down the parameter space so that you don't have to do as many runs. Nice work!

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