If you use this package, please let me know at this address so I can keep you up to date on any changes: Martha.Savage [ at ] vuw.ac.nz
Versions 2.0 and later include modifications to the fortran codes for grading and for calculating the error bars.
The error bar calculation uses corrections detailed in Walsh, Arnold and Savage, Silver and Chan Revisited, currently online in J. Geophysical Research, 2013.
Version 2.2 uses gmt 5, and also fixes a bug that used a wrong search window and therefore has fewer good measurements. If you want to use gmt 4 you might need to mix and match the routines from version 2.1 and 2.2. See the 00README file for changes made, or contact me.
Here is the package, containing everything including codes and manuals:
Here is the JGR submission describing the results (if you have access to JGR it is recommended that you access the final published version from the JGR website):
Here is the JGR final published version from the JGR website:
Here is a link to the paper describing the original Teanby et al. method:
Here is the documenatation alone:
Here is a description of how to set up all the programs that mfast depends on:
Here is a copy of a motivational presentation at a workshop for MFAST :
Here is a copy of a presentation for explaining mfast at a workshop for MFAST :
Here is the website for TESSA, a packge that does spatial averaging for fast directions and 2-D tomography for delay times, using the output of MFAST: