Seismologists studying earthquake sources and the structure of the Earth’s interior commonly use event‐based seismic data processing, with typical workflow including the acquisition, preprocessing, and analysis of data associated with one or more discrete seismic events. Until recently, most seismic event datasets were relatively small, including at most a few thousands or tens of thousands of seismic waveforms used in a given study (e.g., Dziewonski and Woodhouse, 1987; Grand, 1987, 1994; Woodward and Masters, 1991; Engdahl et al., 1998). More recently, however, the size of datasets has increased significantly, not only from larger‐scale investigator‐driven...

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