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Source code (Python) for ePygenetics: An extraction tool for epigenetic data
The University of AucklandSource code and documentation for a project designed as part of Medsci 736, a course on digital resource skills at the University of Auckland 
figures6and7EJP.ipynb
The University of Aucklandjupyter notebook to create the figures of our EJP article on earthquake location with school seismograms. 
create earthquake catalogue with obspy
The University of AucklandFirst of three notebooks that form an intro to seismology with python in obspy 
Build inventory of seismic stations in a network and time window
The University of AucklandA jupyter notebook that uses obspy to build an inventory of seismic stations with FDSN. 
taup seismic wave arrival time predictions
The University of Aucklandjupyter notebook that reads waveforms, and event info to make P and Swave arrival time predictions based on a spherically symmetric earth. The code is taup, wrapped in obspy. 
saveRTcomponents
The University of AucklandA jupyter notebook to rotate the North and East components of a data stream to Radial and Transverse. Then, it writes these to file 
retrieve waveforms with FDSN client in obspy
The University of AucklandA jupyter notebook to retrieve seismic waveforms from events in a previously established catalogue, for stations in a previously established inventory 
Chapter 2: buckingham pi notebook
The University of AucklandA jupyter notebook to accompany Chapter 2 of A Guided Tour of Mathematical Methods for the Physical Sciences. 
Chapter 5, The Gradient
The University of AucklandA jupyter notebook to illustrate the mathematical concept of the Gradient of a scalar function, applied to topography data from the Auckland Volcanic Field. 
Curl of a vector field
The University of AucklandA jupyter notebook to illustrate the curl of a vector field. Examples are rigid rotation, and a curlfree model of hurricane winds or the Biot Savart Law. 
Chapter 6: Divergence of a vector field
The University of AucklandA jupyter notebook that models the fluid flow in 2D, as a model to introduce the divergence of a vector field. 
Chapter 8: Theorem of Gauss
The University of AucklandA notebook to illustrate the application of the Theorem of Gauss to gravitational acceleration. 
Supplemental Files
The University of AucklandSupplemental Files referenced in doctoral thesis by Nicholas Knowlton
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