A software package to analyze seismicity: ZMAP. Earthquake catalogs are probably the most fundamental products of seismology and remain arguably the most useful for tectonic studies. Modern seismograph networks can locate up to 100,000 earthquakes annually, providing a continuous and sometime overwhelming stream of data. ZMAP is a set of tools driven by a graphical user interface (GUI), designed to help seismologists analyze catalog data. ZMAP is primarily a research tool suited to the evaluation of catalog quality and to addressing specific hypotheses; however, it can also be useful in routine network operations. Roughly 100 scientists worldwide have used the software at least occasionally. About 30 peer-reviewed publications have made use of ZMAP.

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  1. Kostić, Srđan; Vasović, Nebojša; Perc, Matjaž: Temporal distribution of recorded magnitudes in Serbia earthquake catalog (2014)