Wednesday, November 30, 2011

USGS HAZUS-MH Data Extractor

USGS has developed the HAZUS-MH Data Extractor tool to extract data from HAZUS-MH generated data sources, which include SQL Server databases and associated ESRI-based geo-databases. HAZUS-MH is an application developed by FEMA for estimating damages and losses from earthquakes, floods, and hurricanes. The HAZUS-MH Data Extractor tool only supports the extraction of earthquake and flood data. Data can be extracted by category, including general building stock inventory, general building stock damages and economic losses, social impact (i.e., casualties and shelter requirements), and induced damages (i.e., debris and fire). Additionally, a filter can be applied to select data based on specified selection criteria. Extracted data are available in both spatial and non-spatial forms and exported to an ESRI geo-database. MORE INFO

Note, this entry was originally posted on 9/24/2010. HAZUS.org recently received a comment that the enclosed link was broken. The "MORE INFO" link was updated 11/30/2011

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Blogger magi said...

This post is very good!!!

Thanks for your sharing....

Extractors

May 11, 2011 at 12:27 AM  
Blogger priya said...

Looks amazing!!!! /I look forward to your feedback /thanks for this man it was very helpful.


Extractors

May 31, 2011 at 2:42 AM  
Anonymous Web Data Scraper said...

The HAZUS-MH data extractor tool is a software application used for extracting data from HAZUS-MH data sources, including data generated and stored in Microsoft SQL Server databases as well as data stored in spatial databases known as geo-databases. Data derived in HAZUS-MH is generally reported and viewed using its menu-driven extension in ESRI’s ArcMap application, but there are limited options available in HAZUS-MH for extrapolating that data for further use. Thanks.

July 21, 2011 at 9:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

How do I get the data extractor? The link above is broken.

November 30, 2011 at 12:40 PM  

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