This tool has been developed as part of the activities of the CFTILab - Advanced Laboratory of Historical Seismology of INGV and allows the visual comparison of the effects of two different earthquakes, or the data of two different studies of the same earthquake.
The comparison is performed on a geographical basis, and may concern either data from the CFTI alone (which are shown along with summaries of the effects for each individual location), for example to compare the effects of two earthquakes that occurred in adjacent areas, or from other databases (eg. ASMI, DBMI, Hai sentito il terremoto?). In the latter case, however, the user must first download from the database of interest a file containing the data he/she intends to analyze. The user may also use his/her own dataset, provided that it has been organized following one of the three allowed formats.
The CFTIcompare has been designed by Gabriele Tarabusi and developed by Giulia Sgattoniand Gabriele Tarabusi.
How to cite this tool:
CFTI Working Group, 2019 - CFTIcompare: web application for comparing the intensity pattern of different earthquakes. http://cfti.ingv.it/compare
Part of activities of technological development of this tool has been supported by a grant from Italy’s Presidenza del Consiglio dei Ministri-Dipartimento della Protezione Civile. Nevertheless, the views and conclusions reported in the catalogue are the sole responsibility of its authors, and should not be interpreted as necessarily representing official policies, either expressed or implied, of the Dipartimento della Protezione Civile.
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