Thread: Re: sac-help Digest, Vol 23, Issue 3

Started: 2007-05-13 08:12:49
Last activity: 2007-05-13 08:12:49
Topics: SAC Help
Tuna Eken
2007-05-13 08:12:49


try the following:
SAC> bg sgf
SAC> read file
SAC>p1 p 5

then quit, if you list the files in the current directory, you will have to have
new files called f001.sgf f002.sgf , etc which depends on the amount of the sac
binary data you have read.

Then try to convert those files with "sgf" extentions using the following
comment :

sgftops f001.sgf (here I assume that you are either linux or unix

after you manage to convert the rest is easy because I guess you can convert any
ps file into jpeg file. For this purpose, use then xv and through the
graphical interface save figure as JPEG file.

I hope this may help you

good luck

tuna eken

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Date: Sat, 12 May 2007 02:48:35 +0300
From: Murat Beyhan <beyhan<at>>
Subject: [SAC-HELP] sac jpeg outfile
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Dear All,
I'm new user.
I would like to print out the images which is the result of following
script as jpeg file
SAC>plotpk perplot 5
how can I save the result of this command into the jpeg file

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