A new paper is added to the collection of reproducible documents:
Time-frequency analysis of seismic data using synchrosqueezing wavelet transform

Time-frequency (TF) decomposition is used for characterizing the non-stationary relation between time and instantaneous frequency, which is very important in the processing and interpretation of seismic data. The conventional time-frequency analysis approaches suffer from the contradiction between time resolution and frequency resolution. A new time-frequency analysis approach is proposed based on the synchrosqueezing wavelet transform (SSWT). The SSWT is an empirical-mode-decomposition-like tool but uses a different approach in constructing the components. With the help of the synchrosqueezing techniques, the SSWT can obtain obvious higher time and frequency resolution. Synthetic examples show that the SSWT based TF analysis can exactly capture the variable frequency components. Field data tests show the potential of the proposed approach in detecting anomalies of high-frequency attenuation and detecting the deep-layer weak signal.