Euler Pole And Angle

Euler Pole And Angle

get the finite rotation as a tuple of pole longitude, pole latitude and angle (all in degrees) at given times for plate IDs.

Endpoint:

https://gws.gplates.org/rotation/get_euler_pole_and_angle

Parameters:

times : a list of times, such as times=10,20,30. a single time can also be used, such as times=100 [required]

pids : a list of plate ids [required]

model : name for reconstruction model [defaults to default model from web service settings]. User can get a list of available model names at https://gws.gplates.org/list/model_names

group_by_pid : group the results by plate IDs

start : start age, such as "start=1"

end : end age, such as "end=100"

step : the size of step from start age to end age, such as "step=1"

Examples:

🟢 E1: get euler pole and rotation angle at 100Ma for plate id 701

https://gws.gplates.org/rotation/get_euler_pole_and_angle?times=100&pids=701

🟢 E2: get euler pole and rotation angle at 100Ma for plate id 701

https://gws.gplates.org/rotation/get_euler_pole_and_angle?times=10,50,100&pids=701,801,901

🟢 E3: get euler pole and rotation angle at 100Ma for all plate ids

https://gws.gplates.org/rotation/get_euler_pole_and_angle?times=10,50,100

🟢 E4: get euler pole and rotation angle from 1Ma to 100Ma with step 2Ma; group the results by plate ids

https://gws.gplates.org/rotation/get_euler_pole_and_angle?start=1&end=100&step=2&pids=701,801,901&group_by_pid

🟢 E5: a Python example. the file can be found at https://github.com/GPlates/gplates-web-service/blob/master/examples/get_rotation_with_web_service.py

import json
import random
import requests
SERVER_URL = "https://gws.gplates.org"
time = 100.0
# get all the plate IDs in the reconstruction tree at 100Ma
url = f"{SERVER_URL}/rotation/get_plate_ids?time={time}"
r = requests.get(url)
pids = json.loads(r.text)
# print(pids)
# pick up 10 random plate IDs from above plate IDs
random_pids = [pids[random.randint(0, len(pids) - 1)] for _ in range(10)]
print(random_pids)
times = list(range(0, 101, 10)) # give a list of times
# get euler pole and angle for each time and plate ID
# if the plate id does not exist at the time, return identity rotation [0.0, 90.0, 0.0](not moving)
# data format [lon, lat, angle]
url = f"{SERVER_URL}/rotation/get_euler_pole_and_angle?times={times}&pids={random_pids}"
# print(url)
r = requests.get(url)
ret = json.loads(r.text)
print(json.dumps(ret, indent=4, sort_keys=True))