Thread: Re: Instrument Response

Started: 2006-03-18 06:37:43
Last activity: 2006-03-22 02:00:00
Topics: SAC Help
Arthur Snoke
2006-03-18 06:37:43
I do not use the SAC transfer function myself, but someone on the sac-help
list might be able to make suggestions.

If it is not a simple syntax problem, it would be useful to know the
version you are using and the operating system.

On Fri, 17 Mar 2006, Antonio E. Cameron González wrote:

Dear Arthur:

I am master student working with Dr. Victor Huerfano from the Puerto
Rico Seismic Network. He told me that you have been working a lot using
the SAC program as well as me on my thesis. Well, now I'm having
problems when I'm trying to remove the instrument response of a CMG-3ESP
sensor using this SAC command:

transfer from polezero s $sta.$cmp.$resp to none,

the SAC program didn't remove the response and it says an ERROR 1.

What means exactly that error? Do you have any idea?

Thanks,

Antonio
PD- By the way, Victor said hi to you!!!!!

Hi back to Victor!


Antonio E. Cameron-González
Geologist
Puerto Rico Seismic Network
PO Box 9017
Mayagüez, PR 00681-9017
Tel: 787-833-8433, 787-265-5452
Fax: 787-265-1684
http://rmsismo.uprm.edu


  • Brian Savage
    2006-03-22 02:00:00
    There is a bug concerning the parsing of files with carriage returns
    '\r' embedded. The bug was found due to the message exchange below.
    This bug is only currently known to appear while reading polezero files,
    but probably will surface for other situations as well. If you
    experience an output of a command such as:
    SAC> command
    ERROR 1:
    SAC>
    you have probably encountered this bug. Note, the error of 1 is not
    defined within SAC.

    A quick workaround is to run the files through a program like dos2unix
    to change the string '\r\n' to '\n'.

    This bug does not effect the behavior of read alpha or write alpha.

    This has been noted as a bug and should be fixed in an upcoming release.

    Cheers,
    Brian

    Arthur Snoke wrote:
    I do not use the SAC transfer function myself, but someone on the
    sac-help list might be able to make suggestions.

    If it is not a simple syntax problem, it would be useful to know the
    version you are using and the operating system.

    On Fri, 17 Mar 2006, Antonio E. Cameron González wrote:

    Dear Arthur:

    I am master student working with Dr. Victor Huerfano from the Puerto
    Rico Seismic Network. He told me that you have been working a lot
    using the SAC program as well as me on my thesis. Well, now I'm having
    problems when I'm trying to remove the instrument response of a
    CMG-3ESP sensor using this SAC command:

    transfer from polezero s $sta.$cmp.$resp to none,

    the SAC program didn't remove the response and it says an ERROR 1.

    What means exactly that error? Do you have any idea?

    Thanks,

    Antonio
    PD- By the way, Victor said hi to you!!!!!

    Hi back to Victor!


    Antonio E. Cameron-González
    Geologist
    Puerto Rico Seismic Network
    PO Box 9017
    Mayagüez, PR 00681-9017
    Tel: 787-833-8433, 787-265-5452
    Fax: 787-265-1684
    http://rmsismo.uprm.edu



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