The following desktop applications were built with OpenSHA and allow you to explore different aspects of seismic hazard. The applications are all written in Java and are bundled as double-clickable 'jar' files. To run them, you need to have Java (version 6 or higher) installed. You can launch the most recent version of each application below via Java Web Start.
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Note that all applications are being continually developed and that the project provides no guarantees as to their serviceability.
Firewall information: Some of the applications need to access remote servers. For ShakeMap, Disaggregation, and site data capabilities, make sure that your firewall allows connections to port 8080 on opensha.usc.edu.
Plot Attenuation Relationship curves. Specifically, plot the mean, standard deviation, and probability of exceeding a given IML, or the IML that has a given probability of exceedance, (on the Y-axis) as a function of whatever independent parameters the Attenuation Relationship of interest depends upon. Any independent parameter that represents a numerical value can be used for the X axis.
This is a beta application that is custom version of the Hazard Curve Calculator (Local). It implements a variety of new attenuation relationships and intensity measure types, as well as a control panel for woking with Generalized Conditional Intensity Measures (GCIM).
This is a command-line application that gives the mean and standard deviation at various site(s) for specified IMT(s), attenuation relationship(s), and for each earthquake rupture in one of three Earthquake Rupture Forecasts (ERFs). The ZIP file for the application contains an executable Java JAR file, a README, and a sample input file.