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EDSF portal report 2022

Report on the 2022 activity of the EDSF installation

The European Databases of Seismogenic Faults (EDSF) installation operates under the auspices of the EPOS TCS-Seismology work program, particularly those of the EFEHR Consortium, and considers the principles expressed by the EPOS Data Policy. EDSF distributes services for data about seismogenic faulting proposed by the scientific community or solicited to the scientific community or stemming from project partnerships that involved the use or development of the EDSF installation itself.

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Datasets

Documentation

Portal access statistics

Access to the portal webpages is monitored via Google Analytics.

Monthly users and pageviews

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Geographic distribution of site usage

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Portfolio of distributed services

The portal distributes 38 OGC WFS layers and 54 OGC WMS layers of three different datasets, including multiple versions, as listed in the table below.
Dataset
Version
Date of publication (MM/YYYY)
OGC WFS layers
OGC WMS layers
ICS-C GUI
DMP
European Database of Seismogenic Faults 2013 (EDSF13)
2013
03/2013
4
8
Yes
Yes
Database of Individual Seismogenic Sources (DISS)
3.2.0
06/2015
6
10
No
Yes
Database of Individual Seismogenic Sources (DISS)
3.2.1
04/2018
6
10
No
Yes
Database of Individual Seismogenic Sources (DISS)
3.3.0
12/2021
6
10
No
Yes
Database of Individual Seismogenic Sources (DISS)
Current ≡ 3.3.0
12/2021
6
10
No
Yes
European Fault-Source Model 2020 (EFSM20)
2020
10/2022
10
6
Yes
Yes

Access statistics of distributed services

Access to the distributed web services is monitored using AWStats software. Notice that, differently from web pages, in the case of web services, the term "visitor" refers to a user that performs a query to the dataset. Likewise, the terms "visit" and "hit" must be intended to be equivalent to queries. The term "bandwidth" is the total number of bytes (images and files downloaded) transferred by queries.

Usage of web services

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Thanks to the configuration changes made to the IT infrastructure since April 2022, we can monitor each service individually. March 2022 has mixed data, while in earlier months, we could monitor the service collectively and discriminate between them through data post-processing. Each DISS version includes an access quota to the “current” concurrently active version. Access to EFSM20 before its publication (October 2022) is mostly due to the service testing.

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The work presented on this website has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreements N° 676564 (EPOS IP) and N° 730900 (SERA). It is also financially supported by the EPOS Research Infrastructure through the contribution of the Italian Ministry of University and Research (MUR) for the Joint Research Unit (JRU) EPOS-Italy.

Disclaimer: the content of this website reflects only the authors' views and our funders are not responsible for any use that may be made of the information it contains.

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