A software repository of Ground Motion Models - Version 1.0.1
- This report outlines the contents and functionality of a ground motion model (GMM) and correlation model repository on GitHub (https://github.com/bakerjw/GMMs). The repository contains ground motion model and correlation model functions in addition to testing scripts to run the models and create figures. The GMM functions have consistent input objects, so they are largely interchangeable, and the models meant for active crustal events can be evaluated through a caller function. This report also presents the figures created to test the functions, showing the consistency of the outputs and the valid ranges where models can be implemented. Finally, this report documents any remaining issues with each model, updates to the models relative to the original publications, and allowable ranges of inputs as outlined in the original publications.
|Type of resource
|June 4, 2021
|September 8, 2021; August 22, 2022; December 5, 2022
|June 8, 2021; August 22, 2022
|ground motion model
|civil and environmental engineering
|structural engineering and geomechanics
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- Preferred citation
- Mongold, E and Baker, JW and . (2021). A software repository of Ground Motion Models - Version 1.0.0. Blume Earthquake Engineering Center Technical Report 207. Stanford Digital Repository. Available at: https://purl.stanford.edu/qy113my5899
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