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Wind Engineering (WE-UQ) / Re: Running WE-UQ
« on: July 10, 2020, 11:46:50 PM »
This issue can also happen if no random variables are specified, can you check if you specified at least one random variable?

Installation / Re: Installation of EEUQ App
« on: June 22, 2020, 08:22:05 PM »
We have corrected these typos and they will be included in the next release.
Thanks again for reporting them! It is highly appreciated.

Installation / Re: Installation of EEUQ App
« on: June 19, 2020, 12:23:22 AM »
Thanks for reporting this issue, we will fix it.

Installation / Re: Installation of EEUQ App
« on: June 17, 2020, 06:32:46 PM »
Great!  ;D

Installation / Re: Installation of EEUQ App
« on: June 17, 2020, 06:32:06 PM »
thanks for posting this.
some of these errors are from other processes.
Can you check if you can find errors showing EE-UQ.exe failing?

Installation / Re: Installation of EEUQ App
« on: June 17, 2020, 05:51:55 PM »
Can you try to use the Event Viewer tool that comes with Windows?
You can click on the start menu then start typing Event Viewer until you see it.
When you start it, it should look like the attached image.
Select Windows Log > Application from the tree on the left side.
then check the list of events in the middle if it has errors like the one I am showing here.
If you find one, it might give us more details about what went wrong.

Installation / Re: Installation of EEUQ App
« on: June 17, 2020, 05:41:44 PM »
It should be in the Windows Documents folder, under a subfolder called EE-UQ.
It may not be generated if EE-UQ did not start.
Can you try downloading EE-UQ again?

Installation / Re: Installation of EEUQ App
« on: June 17, 2020, 05:24:26 PM »
Can you check if there is a debug.log text file in the EE-UQ folder under Documents?
if there is one, can you post it here?
Also is it possible to provide some information about the operating system you are using?
Is it Windows 8 or 10? and is it 64 bit?

Installation / Re: Installation of EEUQ App
« on: June 17, 2020, 05:13:27 PM »
If you receive this message it means the required Microsoft C++ runtime library is already installed.
The error that you get when starting EE-UQ might be caused by another issue.
Can you provide more information? does it show a specific error message?

Just to clarify, although DELTA_MAG is not an adjustable parameter, that does not mean the value cannot be changed.
However to change it we will need to have a custom build of OpenSHA.
In other words, the value is fixed within a build.
If you are interested to do that, we can look into building a custom OpenSHA from source.
Only issue, it is not going to be a build that we can reuse.
You can also check any of the OpenSHA apps to see which ERFs are available and what parameters can be adjusted.
It is possible that other ERFs or other parameters may achieve what you need.

I forgot to mention the error code are listed here:

We'll add them to the documentation with future releases.

I tested it, older EQHazard build worked well for me with OpenJDK 12.0.1

I will test it and let you know.
I think it should work fine with newer versions.
I can also try to build it with an older version.
We moved away from older Oracle jdk versions because their license changed and their long term support expired.
The current version I am using is 12.

For you or others who might be interested in the future, it is now possible to use the adjustable UCERF2 version and set the magnitude area relationship as follows:

   "EqRupture": {
      "Type": "ERF",
      "RuptureForecast": "WGCEP Eqk Rate Model 2 ERF",
         "Mag-Area Relationship": "Somerville (2006)"

This is supported by the latest preview release (v1.1.1):

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