SARA G-R inslab

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carlos andres parraguez

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May 31, 2021, 1:29:49 PMMay 31
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Hello, 

I have a question about the GR coefficients of the SARA v1.0 model specified in the inslab sources, on the official website (attached image) the values ​​are not equal to the values ​​in the file, where imcremental mfd was used and the GR values ​​were not adjust; just the "a" value. For example inslab 1 in the image it is specified that "a" is equal to 5.0636 but in the file the value of a in inslab 1 is equal to 4.312 (It was calculated using the 15640 points that model inslab 1). So which one is the correct one on the website or the one in the archive?

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Marco Pagani

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Jun 18, 2021, 8:57:48 AMJun 18
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Dear Carlos,

Sorry for replying late. The values you are comparing perhaps do not come from the same model.

Can you pls explain which OQ input files you are currently using?

That table refers to an outdated model.

Best wishes,

Marco



Hello, 

I have a question about the GR coefficients of the SARA v1.0 model specified in the inslab sources, on the official website (attached image) the values ​​are not equal to the values ​​in the file, where imcremental mfd was used and the GR values ​​were not adjust; just the "a" value. For example inslab 1 in the image it is specified that "a" is equal to 5.0636 but in the file the value of a in inslab 1 is equal to 4.312 (It was calculated using the 15640 points that model inslab 1). So which one is the correct one on the website or the one in the archive?

Dudaoq.png

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