Thread: sac2000 question

Started: 2006-03-01 22:46:23
Last activity: 2006-03-02 16:22:28
Topics: SAC Help
John Cassidy
2006-03-01 22:46:23
Question: In the older versions of sac, there was a "PK" commant that provided a cursor. To find the time and amplitude of the cursor position, all one had to do was type a question mark (?). Is there a similar feature in SAC2000?? Using plotpk I cannot find any way to show the cursor position (amplitude and time)? Thanks, John.
  • Brian Savage
    2006-03-02 16:22:28
    John,

    I think the key you are looking for is "L". Try the command
    SAC> help plotpktable
    This should give you all the commands available within ppk

    Cheers,
    Brian
    savage13<at>dtm.ciw.edu

    John Cassidy wrote:
    Question: In the older versions of sac, there was a "PK" commant that provided a cursor.
    To find the time and amplitude of the cursor position, all one had to do was type a question mark (?).
    Is there a similar feature in SAC2000?? Using plotpk I cannot find any way to show the cursor position
    (amplitude and time)? Thanks, John.


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