The availability of an extensive dataset of seismological data, together with the description of the recording site, can help improve studies on the causes and effects of earthquakes, such as studies on seismic hazard, site‐response analysis, soil–structure interaction, seismic source properties, shallow and deep earth structure, and so on.

The number of seismological stations installed worldwide for either monitoring seismicity at regional or national scale or deployed for specific studies has dramatically increased in the last years. As a consequence, there is a growing need on one hand to archive the huge quantity of acquired data in a safe and...

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