### rseism R package suite:

**rseismNet**: Investigating the properties of the earthquake frequency-magnitude
distribution (FMD) is the first necessary step of any seismicity analysis. The R package rseismNet
provides a suite of statistical functions to determine the completeness magnitude mc and the seismicity
properties below and above this threshold. “Net” refers to network, (1) for the seismic network
properties described by the FMD shape below mc, and (2) for the earthquake fault network properties
described by the Gutenberg-Richter law above mc. rseismNet also implements the Bayesian Magnitude of
Completeness (BMC) method (Mignan et al., 2011, doi: 10.1785/0120100223), which maps mc based on a
seismic network prior. [source codes] [tutorial]

**rseismTLS**: The rise in the frequency of anthropogenic earthquakes due to deep
fluid injections is posing serious economic, societal, and legal challenges to many geo-energy and
waste-disposal projects. The rseismTLS package provides actuarial tools to analyse, forecast and
mitigate induced seismicity during underground stimulation, based on a TLS (i.e. Traffic Light
System) procedure. It reflects the need to quantify the dynamic nature of the industrial operations
and underground feedback, and complements the standard TLS approach that is inherently heuristic and
mostly based on expert elicitation (so-called clinical judgment). [*only forecasting part available at
the present time*] [source codes] [tutorial]