SeismoSpect constitutes a simple and efficient platform that allows to create a personal library of ground motion records and save them all in a single file making it easy to handle and share large numbers of records. Some of its features are:
- Capability of applying several filter types and to perform baseline-correction using up to third order polynomials
- Capability of computing the mean spectral response of a collection of accelerograms and to compare these results with a target spectrum (users can thus combine different records in order to individuate those whose average spectrum will meet a certain target spectrum)
Finally, a module was introduced to compute a number of strong-motion parameters often required by engineer seismologists and earthquake engineers. In addition, SeismoSpect features a friendly graphical user interface capable of reading single accelerograms defined in both single or multiple values per line formats.
* SeismoSpect download link provides free for non-commercial use version of the software.
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