Thread: RE: sac2000 question

Started: 2006-03-02 03:08:12
Last activity: 2006-03-02 03:08:12
Topics: SAC Help
Arthur Snoke
2006-03-02 03:08:12
Glad to help.

I am sharing this with the rest of the list in case others wondered -- or
knew the answer.

I have a bunch of options written down for ppk, but when I just looked at
the online manual under plotpk I could not find that list. The help ppk
promises a "table on the next page" but I do not know how to find it
online. The table is, however, in the printed manual. Is it online
anywhere? If it is not in text form somewhere, I suppose I could scan it
in. (My printed manual is dated 1989.)

On Wed, 1 Mar 2006, Cassidy, John wrote:

Perfect!!

Thanks very much, Arthur!
I have just started using SAC2000 again, and could zoom in using "x", but
was not aware of "l"!!!

Thanks again, much appreciated.

John


-----Original Message-----
From: Arthur Snoke [snoke<at>vt.edu]
Sent: March 1, 2006 3:05 PM
To: John Cassidy
Subject: Re: [SAC-HELP] sac2000 question

Not sure what is missing. I type x to select regions, l (lower case L) to
get time and amplitude ... All this in ppk.

Am I not understanding?

On Wed, 1 Mar 2006, 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.



  • Peter Goldstein
    2006-03-02 01:09:38

    John, Arthur, et al.,

    The plotpk table can be found by going to the event analysis module
    under the functional listing or by
    looking at the alphabetical listing in the lefthand frame.
    Unfortunately, I missed it when I created the
    alphabetical listing with descriptions.

    Cheers,

    Peter

    At 7:08 PM -0500 3/1/06, Arthur Snoke wrote:
    Glad to help.

    I am sharing this with the rest of the list in case others wondered
    -- or knew the answer.

    I have a bunch of options written down for ppk, but when I just
    looked at the online manual under plotpk I could not find that list.
    The help ppk promises a "table on the next page" but I do not know
    how to find it online. The table is, however, in the printed
    manual. Is it online anywhere? If it is not in text form
    somewhere, I suppose I could scan it in. (My printed manual is
    dated 1989.)

    On Wed, 1 Mar 2006, Cassidy, John wrote:

    Perfect!!

    Thanks very much, Arthur!
    I have just started using SAC2000 again, and could zoom in using "x", but
    was not aware of "l"!!!

    Thanks again, much appreciated.

    John


    -----Original Message-----
    From: Arthur Snoke [snoke<at>vt.edu]
    Sent: March 1, 2006 3:05 PM
    To: John Cassidy
    Subject: Re: [SAC-HELP] sac2000 question

    Not sure what is missing. I type x to select regions, l (lower case L) to
    get time and amplitude ... All this in ppk.

    Am I not understanding?

    On Wed, 1 Mar 2006, 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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