Data and code for "G-DIF: A geospatial data integration framework to rapidly estimate post-earthquake damage"
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- software, multimedia
- Date created
- March 2020
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This repository contains the source code and *some* of the data to apply the geospatial data integration framework (G-DIF) to data from the 2015 Nepal Earthquake and replicate key results from the following paper:
Loos, Sabine, David Lallemant, Jack Baker, Jamie McCaughey, Sang-Ho Yun, Nama Budhathoki, Feroz Khan, and Ritika Singh. “G-DIF: A Geospatial Data Integration Framework to Rapidly Estimate Post-Earthquake Damage (In Review).” *Earthquake Spectra*, 2019.
## Licensing and availability
The code and the data are both licensed under the CC-by-NC-SA license. Feel free to use either based on the terms and conditions listed in the LICENSE.md file in the code and data's respective folders and reference the above paper. We intend this code to be used for NON-COMMERCIAL uses, if you'd like to use either for commercial uses, please contact Sabine Loos at email@example.com.
### Data availability
Because the data used in this paper at this resolution is proprietary to the Government of Nepal, we cannot make the data available at this time. However, we urge users to recreate the analysis using the open data listed in the "GDIF_nb.Rmd" file. All data on the impact of the 2015 Nepal earthquake has been made openly available at the ward-level at http://eq2015.npc.gov.np/#/.
## Using the code
The interactive code for this paper can be found at https://sabineloos.github.io/GDIF-damageprediction/GDIF_nb.html.
If you would like to develop this yourself, the markdown titled "GDIF_nb.Rmd" stitches all functions together. To knit this file, run the "run.sh" file in your command line.
### Required Operating Environment
This code was developed using R version 3.5.2. All necessary packages for this code to run are included in the "install.R" file. You can see the session info for this code at the bottom of the "GDIF_nb.Rmd".
Copyright (c) Sabine Loos, 2020.
- Preferred Citation
- Sabine Loos. (2019). Data and code for "G-DIF: A geospatial data integration framework to rapidly estimate post-earthquake damage". Stanford Digital Repository. Available at: https://purl.stanford.edu/gn368cq4893
- Related Publication
- Loos, Sabine, David Lallemant, Jack Baker, Jamie McCaughey, Sang-Ho Yun, Nama Budhathoki, Feroz Khan, and Ritika Singh. (2020). “G-DIF: A Geospatial Data Integration Framework to Rapidly Estimate Post-Earthquake Damage.” Earthquake Spectra. https://doi.org/10.1177/8755293020926190
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- Link to github repository
- Link to interactive notebook of code
- Link to project website
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