Access to digital seismological data from around the world has become increasingly rapid and easy with the expansion of data holdings at international, national, and regional data centers. Nonetheless, the actual task of getting the data from the data center to your own machine and into a form that is ready for analysis has always been a task that required considerable human interaction. That task just became much easier when accessing data from data centers that support the IRIS/FISSURES Data Handling Interface (DHI) protocols (Ahern, 2001a,b). With the release of SOD 2.0 (Standing Order for...

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