Command line interface¶
Grond is a normally invoked as a command line program by calling
the Unix/Linux shell. Its command line interface (CLI) uses standard Unix/Linux
conventions for its options and arguments. To get a brief summary on any Grond
subcommand, add the
--help option. Options are recognized by their leading
--help). Some options have single character aliases names
accessible with single dash notation (
-h). In the documentation,
placeholders for required arguments are denoted with angle brackets
<placeholder>), placeholders for optional arguments with square brackets,
$ grond --help Usage: grond <subcommand> [options] [--] <arguments> ... Grond is a probabilistic earthquake source inversion framework. This is Grond version 1.6.0. Subcommands: scenario create a forward-modelled scenario project init initialise new project structure or print configuration events print available event names for given configuration check check data and configuration go run Grond optimisation forward run forward modelling harvest manually run harvesting cluster run cluster analysis on result ensemble plot plot optimisation result movie visualize optimiser evolution export export results tag add user-defined label to run directories report create result report diff compare two configs or other normalized Grond YAML files qc-polarization check sensor orientations with polarization analysis upgrade-config upgrade config file to the latest version of Grond version print version number of Grond and its main dependencies To get further help and a list of available options for any subcommand run: grond <subcommand> --help What do you want to bust today?!
The following pages list the self-documentation strings of all Grond subcommands.