OPENQUAKE Tools & Data

GEM works on a wide range of open-source source (software) tools to allow you to calculate, share and explore earthquake risk. Most of these are already embedded in the platform, but others are released as stand-alone applications.

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Guidelines for Analytical Vulnerability Assessment-Low/Mid-Rise

Guidelines (GEM-ASV) for developing analytical seismic vulnerability functions are offered for use within the framework of the Global Earthquake Model (GEM).

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Guidelines for component-based analytical vulnerability assessment of buildings and nonstructural elements

A procedure is offered for the analytical derivation of the seismic vulnerability of building classes, that is, probabilistic relationships between shaking and repair cost as a fraction of replacement cost new for a category of buildings.

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Guidelines for Empirical Vulnerability Assessment

These Guidelines provide state-of-the-art guidance on the construction of vulnerability relationships from post-earthquake survey data.

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Integrated Risk Modelling Toolkit Manual

At the core of the Global Earthquake Model (GEM) is the development of state-of-the-art modeling capabilities and a suite of software tools that can be utilized worldwide for the assessment and communication of earthquake risk.

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User guide Android mobile tool for field data collection

The fundamental aim of the GEM Inventory Data Capture Tools (IDCT) risk global component is to provide a set of software and accompanying user protocols to enable users to collect and modify building exposure information.

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