January 10, 2014
We have made a new release of GEE! Version 2.2.0 can be downloaded here. The servers that GEE gets data from have been changed. The old servers no longer exist, and so older versions of GEE will no longer be able to access new data, although the built in modules will continue to work.
April 23, 2012
We have made a new release of GEE! Version 2.1.5 can be downloaded here. There are only a few noticable changes, but still significant.
- New installer - We have a new installer for windows. It is a little clunky at present, but is free. Hopefully this will enable us to put out future releases more easily, and hence more frequently.
- New servers - To deal with some network firewall issues that were blocking access to the servers that GEE needs, we have switched to a separate set of public servers. This should allow GEE to get data that was being blocked in the previous version.
- Bug fixes in libraries - While we have not done much work on GEE proper, GEE depends on many code libraries that have had significant work done in the years since the last release. This fixes several commonly encountered bugs.
September 19, 2011
We have learned that there is a conflict with Mac OSX 10.7 (aka Lion) and GEE. This tip explains how to get GEE to work on Lion.
December 21, 2007
Version 2.1.4 now has an updated installer that works with Windows Vista!
February 22, 2006
Version 2.1.4 is out! It fixes bugs in looking at earthquakes from REV, and talking to the network server. If you've been seeing the GEE warning dialog pop up frequently when starting Explore Recent Earthquakes, this should take care of it.
November 8, 2005
October 11, 2005
GEE version 2.1.2 is now released! The Seismograph Day Viewer now has stations from all over the world. This release also fixes some problems with network stability, data set loading, and .pdf creation. The corresponding Version 2.1.2 Manual is also available.
January 27, 2005
The 2.1.1 version of the manual is now online. You can get to it in the documentation section of this site.
January 13, 2005
You can now access the documentation for GEE through this site. The Documentation page includes a .pdf version of the GEE User Manual intended for use with the 2.0.8 version of GEE. We're putting the final touches on the 2.1.1 version of the manual, so it should be up soon.
December 15, 2004
GEE version 2.1.1 has just been released! There aren't really any new features, but this release fixes some speed-related issues.
December 14, 2004
GEE version 2.1 is now available for download! We have added a "Regional Hot Spots" feature, which you can get to from the GEE intro screen. This feature allows you to view areas known for active seismicity.Current "Hot Spots" include: the Mt. St. Helens area, California, and the USArray Network.
September 3, 2004
GEE version 2.0.8 is available for your dowloading enjoyment! We have fixed GEE's ability to work without an internet connection, so if you plan to use GEE for this purpose, we highly recommend that you upgrade.
July 27, 2004
GEE 2.0.7 is now ready for download! Several significant reliability and robustness issues have been resolved.
February 6, 2004
GEE 2.0.5 is now ready for download! We apologize for the quick release, but a significant bug related to displaying of seismograms was found shortly after the 2.0.4 version that we thought warranted a new version.
January 22, 2004
GEE 2.0.4 is now ready for download! Several bugs have been fixed, including particle motion and travel time flags. Gee is now able to get stations from other networks via the station chooser in the edit menu.
January 8, 2004
GEE 2.0.2 is out! This release fixes problems with double-clicking data files on Macs, the Detecting the Layered Earth module, and an issue with the day Viewer occasionally locking up.
October 31, 2003
We have learned that there is a problem with java some upgrades of Apple's new version of OSX, aka Panther. This causes GEE, along with all other java programs, to not run. Apple is working on the problem and should have it fixed soon. More information can be found at this site and Apple's Java Developer site in this TechNote.