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Active Message Threads for October 2007
2007-10-27 13:43:00 - 2007-10-30 15:49:21
Hello; I am a SAC beginner. I downloaded SEED data from IRIS. I have used RDSEED to reproduce SAC files plus response file. Now is there anybody to help me how can I: 1- remove instrument responses from SAC seismograms. 2- Transform the new seismograms from step 1 to WWSSN 15-100 sec long period instrument seismograms. Many thanks ahead Kian __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam protection … [more]
Re: removing response and tranforming to another instrument type of SAC seismograms - Brian Savage - 2007-10-30 15:49:21
Hi all, I am fedoracor7 user ... One of the sub-signal-stacking (SSS) function, namely traveltime, is giving error , i.e. segmentation fault after when I read the data and return for instance the following command. SAC> r a.sac SAC> chnhdr kt0 SAC> chnhdr t1 0 SAC> chnhdr kt1 SAC> chnhdr t2 0 SAC> chnhdr kt2 SAC> SSS SAC/SSS> traveltime model iasp91 depth 32 phase S picks 0 Segmentation fault _____ Any idea from someone who had experinced same problem before? Or am I using a problematic … [more]
2007-10-25 23:30:53 - 2007-10-26 16:33:35
Hi all, I've seen similar messages with problems using blackboard variables on the newest version (101.0) of sac in the mailing list threads, but no replies. Sorry if this is a repeat. When I try and evaluate straightforward math using the blackboard variables on a Intel MacPro (see below), my answers are wrong (although no error is reported). The same commands work fine on previous versions of sac. Has anyone come across a similar error, and/or know of a fix? Thanks much, Ga… [more]
Re: blackboard variables problem - Brian Savage - 2007-10-26 16:33:35
2007-10-25 17:09:35 - 2007-10-25 19:39:33
All, I was hoping someone might be able to help me understand a problem I'm having calling sac within a perl script, and using a 'foreach' loop to edit a list of files. When I run the following script on a linux machine (running sac2000, version 00.59.48), it runs fine and exits without problems. When I run the same script on an Intel macPro (running sac version 101.0), the script hangs within the foreach loop after processing the last file in the list and does not exit sac. … [more]
Re: using sac within a perl script - Brian Savage - 2007-10-25 19:39:33
Dear sac-helper, I have tried to install your sac software under cygwin. But when I type "sac2000", it response nothing. Can you guide me how to install it under cygwin? I just don't like to use linux os. Best regards! cheers, Sufang Zhang +---------------------------------------------------------------+ Institute of Geology and Geophysics Chinese Academy of Sciences +---------------------------------------------------------------+ No. 19, Beitu… [more]
Hi Every time that I run sumstack the program plot the result. How can avoid that?
Hi Oscar, I'm not sure I understood your question. Read your signals and Call sss subroutine, there you can stack them, to do it they have to Have the same time step. The manual of sss your guide along the different Options you can use. Good luck, JuanM El 10/13/07 2:00 PM, "firstname.lastname@example.org" <email@example.com> escribió: > Send sac-help mailing list submissions to > firstname.lastname@example.org > > To subscribe or unsubscribe via the … [more]
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Dear all, I have a group of receiver function in one directory and i want to make to stack them by group of ray parameter and/or backazimuth. I also want to know how to create a stacking list. For example: Consider the following RF file in a direttory R.DBICBHZ20023130014.2.5 R.DBICBHZ20032650445.2.5 R.DBICBHZ20052151103.2.5 R.DBICBHZ20023160146.2.5 R.DBICBHZ20032730801.2.5 R.DBICBHZ20052661348.2.5 R.DBICBHZ20023191305.2.5 R.DBICBHZ20033290443.2.5 R.DBICBHZ20052690155.2.5 The ra… [more]
Hi Ken, Normally you dont need to copy the sacio.a library, you only have to Specify in your Makefile the place where the library can be found. Bye, JuanM El 9/28/07 2:02 PM, "email@example.com" <firstname.lastname@example.org> escribió: > Send sac-help mailing list submissions to > email@example.com > > To subscribe or unsubscribe via the World Wide Web, visit > http://www.iris.washington.edu/mailman/listinfo/sac-help > or, via email, s… [more]