The vast volumes of seismic data being recorded by both permanent and temporary networks operating all over the world provide exciting opportunities for studying the Earth’s interior and earthquake source characteristics. As a result, the development of efficient computer algorithms and procedures capable of automatically extracting and processing such long streams of data is one of the most challenging issues facing modern seismological research. Valoroso et al. (2013) obtained an extraordinary degree of detail in the anatomy of the normal‐fault system of the l’Aquila earthquake after processing around 64,000 aftershocks (extracted, picked, and located) via an automated procedure. Spectral analysis...

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