Source code for openquake.commands.to_shapefile

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import os.path
from openquake.commonlib import shapefileparser


[docs]def main(input_nrml_file, validate=False, *, output=None): """ Convert a NRML source model file to ESRI Shapefile(s). For each type of source geometry defined in the NRML file (point, area, simple fault, complex fault, planar) a separate shapefile is created. Each shapefile is differentiated by a specific ending('_point', '_area', '_simple', '_complex', '_planar'). NB: nonparametric sources are not supported. """ input_parser = shapefileparser.SourceModelParser() source_model = input_parser.read(input_nrml_file, validate) if not output: output = os.path.splitext(input_nrml_file)[0] print('Extracting %s_ files' % output) shapefileparser.ShapefileParser().write(output, source_model)
main.input_nrml_file = 'path to source model NRML file' main.validate = 'Apply validation to input model (can be slow)' main.output = 'output path (no extension)'