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To follow up, Adam provided me with a notebook to use pelicun's uq module and it worked perfectly. Thanks all.

Thanks, Sang-ri! I will check in with Adam as well but this seems like a good solution. Much appreciated.

Hi Sang-ri, thanks for the quick response!

1. I handle the uncertainty in my own way and do not intend to use uq's functionality for that. The only reason I would add the module (for my current project, at any rate) is to sample a truncated lognormal distribution in place of the standard lognormal distribution. I would like to see the difference in annual risk when convoluting the two fragility curves with a hazard curve.

2. I don't think this is applicable, as I am not using the tools at all, except for this purpose. I would need to be able to use it in a Jupyter Notebook.

Adam seemed to think this was possible. Unfortunately my timeframe is very short. If I can't get this working by the end of the week, I will have to come up with a different solution.


Hello. I would like to use the uq module to create a truncated lognormal fragility curve. I currently use stats.lognorm(beta, scale=median).pdf(x) to get a lognormal fragility curve so I'm hoping for something that could give me a similar result but with a truncation. Any suggestions?

Regional Hazard Simulation (R2D, rWhale) / openquake selection widget
« on: February 07, 2022, 10:46:56 PM »
Many thanks to Steve for implementing the openquake selection widget in R2D and to Adam for recognizing how useful it would be to me and coordinating the effort. I appreciate the proactive attentiveness to both user needs and the underlying details.

Earthquake Engineering (EE-UQ) / Re: record max base shear for AutoSDA
« on: October 08, 2021, 07:28:03 PM »
Thanks, Kuanshi, this worked perfectly! I really appreciate the effort and the scripts were also helpful for learning a little more about working with OpenSees (I am still new to it).

Earthquake Engineering (EE-UQ) / record max base shear for AutoSDA
« on: October 07, 2021, 09:03:44 PM »

I want to check whether each AutoSDA gm causes yield in the building. (I am using it to cross-check the Taghavi-Miranda modal approximation, which is limited to linear responses.) The best way I can think of is to compare the max base shear to the pushover curve. Is it possible to include max base shear as an output?


Earthquake Engineering (EE-UQ) / Re: number of records for AutoSDA
« on: October 07, 2021, 08:47:16 PM »
Thanks, Kuanshi.

1) Worked great.

2) Thanks for pointing me to the other tabs, which I never look at. I ended up writing a new Example to autopopulate all the tabs as necessary for 1gm. (And will soon do the same for 30 and 100 gms.) Now that I see how versatile the load Example is, I would suggest including some documentation to make it clear that the user can take advantage of this feature.

3) Still not working. A remote run with 30 gm failed with no record of why. Then a run with 11gm had the same behavior as before (seems to load the results but the Data Values page is empty).


Earthquake Engineering (EE-UQ) / Re: AutoSDA results for 10+ stories
« on: October 07, 2021, 08:19:07 PM »
Heads up - the new was not included in the most recent EE-UQ release. I've replaced it again in my local copy but wanted to highlight this, in case it was unintentional.

Perfect. Thanks!

Earthquake Engineering (EE-UQ) / Re: saving results from EE-UQ
« on: October 06, 2021, 07:19:40 PM »
Excellent. Thank you!

Earthquake Engineering (EE-UQ) / Re: number of records for AutoSDA
« on: October 06, 2021, 05:18:35 PM »
Update: I tested the default AutoSDA example on DesignSafe, using 11gms and H1. It also produced a blank page in the Data Values tab.


I would like to be able to upload a downloaded PEER gm folder to EE-UQ without having to manually enter the scale factors. There is currently an option to include a .txt file ( but this would need me to run a script to create the file, every time I download the folder.

Could you make the upload search for a _SearchResults.csv file and include the scale factors automatically? I think this is better than automatically including the .txt file when downloading via EE-UQ, since that would mean that only folders downloaded via EE-UQ could be uploaded in this way.

Earthquake Engineering (EE-UQ) / number of records for AutoSDA
« on: October 06, 2021, 04:39:16 PM »

I've gotten some surprising results when changing the number of records for the AutoSDA analysis.

1) I tried to run 1 gm so that I could get the design/model files stored locally before running more gms on DesignSafe. This caused an error.

2) 2 gms ran locally but sampled from the same two records to populate 11 rows in the results.

3) I tried to run 16 gms on DesignSafe to see if it only sampled 11 of them. The job says it finished but when I retrieve the results I get a blank table in the Data Values tab. This might be because I accidentally selected SRSS instead of H1 but I'm having a hard time testing it because my jobs are getting stuck in a queue. I'm attaching the log file. The zipped tmp folder is too big and looks like it's just input files anyway.

Earthquake Engineering (EE-UQ) / Re: saving results from EE-UQ
« on: October 06, 2021, 04:13:55 PM »
Thanks for the new release! I'm getting the record identifiers, which is great.

Could you set up the default .csv extension as well? Actually, if the default could be a full name (e.g. response.csv) that would be even more convenient.

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