Thread: Source Time Function (STF)

Started: 2017-02-22 18:54:22
Last activity: 2017-03-01 20:38:29
Topics: SAC Help
Josphat Mulwa
2017-02-22 18:54:22
Hi,

Anyone using STF for waveform modeling? I have downloaded stf from
http://www.eri.u-tokyo.ac.jp/ETAL/KIKUCHI/; unzipped and untared giving me
two directories: Main, Subroutine and one text file: Makefile(text file).

How do I compile the Fortran codes in Main so as to end up with the
following:

mk_conv.farm.pl
i_conv.farm
sacmacro
i_plotw
i_green
i_inversion
i_graphics
jb.ptime
jb.stime
jb.table
fort.22

Regards,

Josphat



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  • Geo .
    2017-02-22 18:15:56
    Hi Josphat,
    While this is not a SAC related question, I will give you some instructions
    based on my experience.

    You have to make your library first (Recipes/recipe.a) by collecting some
    external programmes. Instructions for this is clearly given by the authors.
    Just follow them.

    The only thing I had to modify was to adjust the makefile, where I inserted
    the following line as the first line;
    all: lists listg rotSH plotw gregra gr3 mom3 plotcm graphics3 \
    inversion3 green3 graphics2 inversion2 inversion graphics \
    conv.sac.farm conv.sac.iris

    And then you run make all in Program/. Note that, because my compiler is
    gfortran, I changed f77 lines to gfortran in the makefile. if you follow
    original authors' instructions, and use some intuition, compiling these
    programmes is not difficult.

    I believe mk_conv.farm.pl is a separate stand-alone perl programme, and is
    not included in the package.

    Januka.





    Januka Attanayake
    Postdoctoral Research Associate

    Institut für Geophysik
    Westfälische Wilhelms - Universität Münster
    CorrensstraBe 24
    48149 Münster
    Germany

    University email: jattanayake<at>uni-muenster.de
    Homepage: http://sites.google.com/site/janukaattanayake/

    On 22 February 2017 at 08:56, Josphat Mulwa <jkmulwa<at>uonbi.ac.ke> wrote:

    Hi,

    Anyone using STF for waveform modeling? I have downloaded stf from
    http://www.eri.u-tokyo.ac.jp/ETAL/KIKUCHI/; unzipped and untared giving me
    two directories: Main, Subroutine and one text file: Makefile(text file).

    How do I compile the Fortran codes in Main so as to end up with the
    following:

    mk_conv.farm.pl
    i_conv.farm
    sacmacro
    i_plotw
    i_green
    i_inversion
    i_graphics
    jb.ptime
    jb.stime
    jb.table
    fort.22

    Regards,

    Josphat



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    • Josphat Mulwa
      2017-02-22 21:55:13
      Hi Januka,

      Thank you very much for your prompt response. For some reason, I find the
      manual somewhat completed since some steps have been skipped (not so
      sure).

      I have modified the Makefile as you have instructed. I also do have the
      mk_conv.farm.pl perl programme (I had used it earlier).

      However, when I try to make all, I get the error message below:-

      f77 -O Main/lists.f -0 lists
      make: f77: command not found
      make: *** [lists] Error 127

      Regards,

      Josphat


      Hi Josphat,
      While this is not a SAC related question, I will give you some
      instructions
      based on my experience.

      You have to make your library first (Recipes/recipe.a) by collecting some
      external programmes. Instructions for this is clearly given by the
      authors.
      Just follow them.

      The only thing I had to modify was to adjust the makefile, where I
      inserted
      the following line as the first line;
      all: lists listg rotSH plotw gregra gr3 mom3 plotcm graphics3 \
      inversion3 green3 graphics2 inversion2 inversion graphics \
      conv.sac.farm conv.sac.iris

      And then you run make all in Program/. Note that, because my compiler is
      gfortran, I changed f77 lines to gfortran in the makefile. if you follow
      original authors' instructions, and use some intuition, compiling these
      programmes is not difficult.

      I believe mk_conv.farm.pl is a separate stand-alone perl programme, and is
      not included in the package.

      Januka.





      Januka Attanayake
      Postdoctoral Research Associate

      Institut für Geophysik
      Westfälische Wilhelms - Universität Münster
      CorrensstraBe 24
      48149 Münster
      Germany

      University email: jattanayake<at>uni-muenster.de
      Homepage: http://sites.google.com/site/janukaattanayake/

      On 22 February 2017 at 08:56, Josphat Mulwa <jkmulwa<at>uonbi.ac.ke> wrote:

      Hi,

      Anyone using STF for waveform modeling? I have downloaded stf from
      http://www.eri.u-tokyo.ac.jp/ETAL/KIKUCHI/; unzipped and untared giving
      me
      two directories: Main, Subroutine and one text file: Makefile(text
      file).

      How do I compile the Fortran codes in Main so as to end up with the
      following:

      mk_conv.farm.pl
      i_conv.farm
      sacmacro
      i_plotw
      i_green
      i_inversion
      i_graphics
      jb.ptime
      jb.stime
      jb.table
      fort.22

      Regards,

      Josphat



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      • Geo .
        2017-02-22 20:23:11
        Hi Josphat,
        You don't seem to have f77 compiler. I have gfortran compiler and so I
        replaced f77 with gofrtran (see my previous message). Check what compiler
        you have and modify lines in the makefile accordingly.

        Yes, Peter Schmidt pointed out that the perl programme is included in the
        manual.

        Januka.


        Januka Attanayake
        Postdoctoral Research Associate

        Institut für Geophysik
        Westfälische Wilhelms - Universität Münster
        CorrensstraBe 24
        48149 Münster
        Germany

        University email: jattanayake<at>uni-muenster.de
        Homepage: http://sites.google.com/site/janukaattanayake/

        On 22 February 2017 at 11:55, <jkmulwa<at>uonbi.ac.ke> wrote:

        Hi Januka,

        Thank you very much for your prompt response. For some reason, I find the
        manual somewhat completed since some steps have been skipped (not so
        sure).

        I have modified the Makefile as you have instructed. I also do have the
        mk_conv.farm.pl perl programme (I had used it earlier).

        However, when I try to make all, I get the error message below:-

        f77 -O Main/lists.f -0 lists
        make: f77: command not found
        make: *** [lists] Error 127

        Regards,

        Josphat


        Hi Josphat,
        While this is not a SAC related question, I will give you some
        instructions
        based on my experience.

        You have to make your library first (Recipes/recipe.a) by collecting some
        external programmes. Instructions for this is clearly given by the
        authors.
        Just follow them.

        The only thing I had to modify was to adjust the makefile, where I
        inserted
        the following line as the first line;
        all: lists listg rotSH plotw gregra gr3 mom3 plotcm graphics3 \
        inversion3 green3 graphics2 inversion2 inversion graphics \
        conv.sac.farm conv.sac.iris

        And then you run make all in Program/. Note that, because my compiler is
        gfortran, I changed f77 lines to gfortran in the makefile. if you follow
        original authors' instructions, and use some intuition, compiling these
        programmes is not difficult.

        I believe mk_conv.farm.pl is a separate stand-alone perl programme, and
        is
        not included in the package.

        Januka.





        Januka Attanayake
        Postdoctoral Research Associate

        Institut für Geophysik
        Westfälische Wilhelms - Universität Münster
        CorrensstraBe 24
        48149 Münster
        Germany

        University email: jattanayake<at>uni-muenster.de
        Homepage: http://sites.google.com/site/janukaattanayake/

        On 22 February 2017 at 08:56, Josphat Mulwa <jkmulwa<at>uonbi.ac.ke> wrote:

        Hi,

        Anyone using STF for waveform modeling? I have downloaded stf from
        http://www.eri.u-tokyo.ac.jp/ETAL/KIKUCHI/; unzipped and untared giving
        me
        two directories: Main, Subroutine and one text file: Makefile(text
        file).

        How do I compile the Fortran codes in Main so as to end up with the
        following:

        mk_conv.farm.pl
        i_conv.farm
        sacmacro
        i_plotw
        i_green
        i_inversion
        i_graphics
        jb.ptime
        jb.stime
        jb.table
        fort.22

        Regards,

        Josphat



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        • Josphat Mulwa
          2017-03-01 20:38:29
          Dear Januka,

          I have tried f77 and gfortran compilers but I get the following error
          messages.

          For gfortran compiler, I get the error message below and the compilation
          process stops at this point.
          ===========================================================================
          gfortran -O Main/rotSH.f Subroutine/mylib.a -o rotSH
          gfortran: error: Subroutine/mylib.a: No such file or directory
          make: *** [rotSH] Error 1
          ==========================================================================

          For F77 compiler, I get the error message:-

          mulwa@mulwa-desktop:/usr/local/stf$ sudo make all
          f77 -O Main/rotSH.f Subroutine/mylib.a -o rotSH
          MAIN:
          gcc: error: Subroutine/mylib.a: No such file or directory
          f77 -O Main/plotw.f Subroutine/mylib.a Recipes/recipes.a -o plotw
          MAIN:
          gcc: error: Subroutine/mylib.a: No such file or directory
          gcc: error: Recipes/recipes.a: No such file or directory
          f77 -O Main/gregra.f Subroutine/mylib.a -o gregra
          MAIN:
          gcc: error: Subroutine/mylib.a: No such file or directory
          f77 -O Main/gr3.f Subroutine/mylib.a Recipes/recipes.a -o gr3
          MAIN:
          arrow:
          gcc: error: Subroutine/mylib.a: No such file or directory
          gcc: error: Recipes/recipes.a: No such file or directory
          f77 -O Main/mom3.f Subroutine/mylib.a Recipes/recipes.a -o mom3
          MAIN:
          gcc: error: Subroutine/mylib.a: No such file or directory
          gcc: error: Recipes/recipes.a: No such file or directory
          f77 -O Main/plotcm.f Subroutine/mylib.a Recipes/recipes.a -o plotcm
          MAIN:
          table:
          gcc: error: Subroutine/mylib.a: No such file or directory
          gcc: error: Recipes/recipes.a: No such file or directory
          f77 -O Main/graphics3.f Subroutine/mylib.a -o graphics3
          MAIN:
          Warning on line 158: inconsistent calling sequences for newpage:
          here 2, previously 1 args and string lengths.
          gcc: error: Subroutine/mylib.a: No such file or directory
          f77 -O Main/inversion3.f Subroutine/mylib.a Recipes/recipes.a -o inversion3
          MAIN:
          gcc: error: Subroutine/mylib.a: No such file or directory
          gcc: error: Recipes/recipes.a: No such file or directory
          f77 -O Main/green3.f Subroutine/mylib.a -o green3
          MAIN:
          gcc: error: Subroutine/mylib.a: No such file or directory
          f77 -O Main/graphics2.f Subroutine/mylib.a -o graphics2
          MAIN:
          head:
          gcc: error: Subroutine/mylib.a: No such file or directory
          f77 -O Main/inversion2.f Subroutine/mylib.a Recipes/recipes.a -o inversion2
          MAIN:
          gcc: error: Subroutine/mylib.a: No such file or directory
          gcc: error: Recipes/recipes.a: No such file or directory
          f77 -O Main/inversion.f Subroutine/mylib.a Recipes/recipes.a -o inversion
          MAIN:
          gcc: error: Subroutine/mylib.a: No such file or directory
          gcc: error: Recipes/recipes.a: No such file or directory
          f77 -O Main/graphics.f Subroutine/mylib.a Recipes/recipes.a -o graphics
          MAIN:
          head:
          gcc: error: Subroutine/mylib.a: No such file or directory
          gcc: error: Recipes/recipes.a: No such file or directory
          f77 -O Main/conv.sac.farm.f Subroutine/mylib.a -o conv.sac.farm
          MAIN:
          Error on line 24: Statement order error: declaration after DATA
          parm:
          geom:
          jbtravel:
          calen:
          /usr/bin/f77: aborting compilation
          make: *** [conv.sac.farm] Error 25

          I would appreciate your opinion based on your experience why these errors
          occur.

          Regards,

          Josphat
          Hi Josphat,
          You don't seem to have f77 compiler. I have gfortran compiler and so I
          replaced f77 with gofrtran (see my previous message). Check what compiler
          you have and modify lines in the makefile accordingly.

          Yes, Peter Schmidt pointed out that the perl programme is included in the
          manual.

          Januka.


          Januka Attanayake
          Postdoctoral Research Associate

          Institut für Geophysik
          Westfälische Wilhelms - Universität Münster
          CorrensstraBe 24
          48149 Münster
          Germany

          University email: jattanayake<at>uni-muenster.de
          Homepage: http://sites.google.com/site/janukaattanayake/

          On 22 February 2017 at 11:55, <jkmulwa<at>uonbi.ac.ke> wrote:

          Hi Januka,

          Thank you very much for your prompt response. For some reason, I find
          the
          manual somewhat completed since some steps have been skipped (not so
          sure).

          I have modified the Makefile as you have instructed. I also do have the
          mk_conv.farm.pl perl programme (I had used it earlier).

          However, when I try to make all, I get the error message below:-

          f77 -O Main/lists.f -0 lists
          make: f77: command not found
          make: *** [lists] Error 127

          Regards,

          Josphat


          Hi Josphat,
          While this is not a SAC related question, I will give you some
          instructions
          based on my experience.

          You have to make your library first (Recipes/recipe.a) by collecting
          some
          external programmes. Instructions for this is clearly given by the
          authors.
          Just follow them.

          The only thing I had to modify was to adjust the makefile, where I
          inserted
          the following line as the first line;
          all: lists listg rotSH plotw gregra gr3 mom3 plotcm graphics3 \
          inversion3 green3 graphics2 inversion2 inversion graphics \
          conv.sac.farm conv.sac.iris

          And then you run make all in Program/. Note that, because my compiler
          is
          gfortran, I changed f77 lines to gfortran in the makefile. if you
          follow
          original authors' instructions, and use some intuition, compiling
          these
          programmes is not difficult.

          I believe mk_conv.farm.pl is a separate stand-alone perl programme,
          and
          is
          not included in the package.

          Januka.





          Januka Attanayake
          Postdoctoral Research Associate

          Institut für Geophysik
          Westfälische Wilhelms - Universität Münster
          CorrensstraBe 24
          48149 Münster
          Germany

          University email: jattanayake<at>uni-muenster.de
          Homepage: http://sites.google.com/site/janukaattanayake/

          On 22 February 2017 at 08:56, Josphat Mulwa <jkmulwa<at>uonbi.ac.ke>
          wrote:

          Hi,

          Anyone using STF for waveform modeling? I have downloaded stf from
          http://www.eri.u-tokyo.ac.jp/ETAL/KIKUCHI/; unzipped and untared
          giving
          me
          two directories: Main, Subroutine and one text file: Makefile(text
          file).

          How do I compile the Fortran codes in Main so as to end up with the
          following:

          mk_conv.farm.pl
          i_conv.farm
          sacmacro
          i_plotw
          i_green
          i_inversion
          i_graphics
          jb.ptime
          jb.stime
          jb.table
          fort.22

          Regards,

          Josphat



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          • Geo .
            2017-03-01 18:46:52
            Hi,
            This is obvious, you haven't made the mylib.a library. Instructions are in
            Subroutine/. Please go through them.

            Januka.

            Januka Attanayake
            Postdoctoral Research Associate

            Institut für Geophysik
            Westfälische Wilhelms - Universität Münster
            CorrensstraBe 24
            48149 Münster
            Germany

            University email: jattanayake<at>uni-muenster.de
            Homepage: http://sites.google.com/site/janukaattanayake/

            On 1 March 2017 at 10:38, <jkmulwa<at>uonbi.ac.ke> wrote:

            Dear Januka,

            I have tried f77 and gfortran compilers but I get the following error
            messages.

            For gfortran compiler, I get the error message below and the compilation
            process stops at this point.
            ============================================================
            ===============
            gfortran -O Main/rotSH.f Subroutine/mylib.a -o rotSH
            gfortran: error: Subroutine/mylib.a: No such file or directory
            make: *** [rotSH] Error 1
            ==========================================================================

            For F77 compiler, I get the error message:-

            mulwa@mulwa-desktop:/usr/local/stf$ sudo make all
            f77 -O Main/rotSH.f Subroutine/mylib.a -o rotSH
            MAIN:
            gcc: error: Subroutine/mylib.a: No such file or directory
            f77 -O Main/plotw.f Subroutine/mylib.a Recipes/recipes.a -o plotw
            MAIN:
            gcc: error: Subroutine/mylib.a: No such file or directory
            gcc: error: Recipes/recipes.a: No such file or directory
            f77 -O Main/gregra.f Subroutine/mylib.a -o gregra
            MAIN:
            gcc: error: Subroutine/mylib.a: No such file or directory
            f77 -O Main/gr3.f Subroutine/mylib.a Recipes/recipes.a -o gr3
            MAIN:
            arrow:
            gcc: error: Subroutine/mylib.a: No such file or directory
            gcc: error: Recipes/recipes.a: No such file or directory
            f77 -O Main/mom3.f Subroutine/mylib.a Recipes/recipes.a -o mom3
            MAIN:
            gcc: error: Subroutine/mylib.a: No such file or directory
            gcc: error: Recipes/recipes.a: No such file or directory
            f77 -O Main/plotcm.f Subroutine/mylib.a Recipes/recipes.a -o plotcm
            MAIN:
            table:
            gcc: error: Subroutine/mylib.a: No such file or directory
            gcc: error: Recipes/recipes.a: No such file or directory
            f77 -O Main/graphics3.f Subroutine/mylib.a -o graphics3
            MAIN:
            Warning on line 158: inconsistent calling sequences for newpage:
            here 2, previously 1 args and string lengths.
            gcc: error: Subroutine/mylib.a: No such file or directory
            f77 -O Main/inversion3.f Subroutine/mylib.a Recipes/recipes.a -o inversion3
            MAIN:
            gcc: error: Subroutine/mylib.a: No such file or directory
            gcc: error: Recipes/recipes.a: No such file or directory
            f77 -O Main/green3.f Subroutine/mylib.a -o green3
            MAIN:
            gcc: error: Subroutine/mylib.a: No such file or directory
            f77 -O Main/graphics2.f Subroutine/mylib.a -o graphics2
            MAIN:
            head:
            gcc: error: Subroutine/mylib.a: No such file or directory
            f77 -O Main/inversion2.f Subroutine/mylib.a Recipes/recipes.a -o inversion2
            MAIN:
            gcc: error: Subroutine/mylib.a: No such file or directory
            gcc: error: Recipes/recipes.a: No such file or directory
            f77 -O Main/inversion.f Subroutine/mylib.a Recipes/recipes.a -o inversion
            MAIN:
            gcc: error: Subroutine/mylib.a: No such file or directory
            gcc: error: Recipes/recipes.a: No such file or directory
            f77 -O Main/graphics.f Subroutine/mylib.a Recipes/recipes.a -o graphics
            MAIN:
            head:
            gcc: error: Subroutine/mylib.a: No such file or directory
            gcc: error: Recipes/recipes.a: No such file or directory
            f77 -O Main/conv.sac.farm.f Subroutine/mylib.a -o conv.sac.farm
            MAIN:
            Error on line 24: Statement order error: declaration after DATA
            parm:
            geom:
            jbtravel:
            calen:
            /usr/bin/f77: aborting compilation
            make: *** [conv.sac.farm] Error 25

            I would appreciate your opinion based on your experience why these errors
            occur.

            Regards,

            Josphat
            Hi Josphat,
            You don't seem to have f77 compiler. I have gfortran compiler and so I
            replaced f77 with gofrtran (see my previous message). Check what compiler
            you have and modify lines in the makefile accordingly.

            Yes, Peter Schmidt pointed out that the perl programme is included in the
            manual.

            Januka.


            Januka Attanayake
            Postdoctoral Research Associate

            Institut für Geophysik
            Westfälische Wilhelms - Universität Münster
            CorrensstraBe 24
            48149 Münster
            Germany

            University email: jattanayake<at>uni-muenster.de
            Homepage: http://sites.google.com/site/janukaattanayake/

            On 22 February 2017 at 11:55, <jkmulwa<at>uonbi.ac.ke> wrote:

            Hi Januka,

            Thank you very much for your prompt response. For some reason, I find
            the
            manual somewhat completed since some steps have been skipped (not so
            sure).

            I have modified the Makefile as you have instructed. I also do have the
            mk_conv.farm.pl perl programme (I had used it earlier).

            However, when I try to make all, I get the error message below:-

            f77 -O Main/lists.f -0 lists
            make: f77: command not found
            make: *** [lists] Error 127

            Regards,

            Josphat


            Hi Josphat,
            While this is not a SAC related question, I will give you some
            instructions
            based on my experience.

            You have to make your library first (Recipes/recipe.a) by collecting
            some
            external programmes. Instructions for this is clearly given by the
            authors.
            Just follow them.

            The only thing I had to modify was to adjust the makefile, where I
            inserted
            the following line as the first line;
            all: lists listg rotSH plotw gregra gr3 mom3 plotcm graphics3 \
            inversion3 green3 graphics2 inversion2 inversion graphics \
            conv.sac.farm conv.sac.iris

            And then you run make all in Program/. Note that, because my compiler
            is
            gfortran, I changed f77 lines to gfortran in the makefile. if you
            follow
            original authors' instructions, and use some intuition, compiling
            these
            programmes is not difficult.

            I believe mk_conv.farm.pl is a separate stand-alone perl programme,
            and
            is
            not included in the package.

            Januka.





            Januka Attanayake
            Postdoctoral Research Associate

            Institut für Geophysik
            Westfälische Wilhelms - Universität Münster
            CorrensstraBe 24
            48149 Münster
            Germany

            University email: jattanayake<at>uni-muenster.de
            Homepage: http://sites.google.com/site/janukaattanayake/

            On 22 February 2017 at 08:56, Josphat Mulwa <jkmulwa<at>uonbi.ac.ke>
            wrote:

            Hi,

            Anyone using STF for waveform modeling? I have downloaded stf from
            http://www.eri.u-tokyo.ac.jp/ETAL/KIKUCHI/; unzipped and untared
            giving
            me
            two directories: Main, Subroutine and one text file: Makefile(text
            file).

            How do I compile the Fortran codes in Main so as to end up with the
            following:

            mk_conv.farm.pl
            i_conv.farm
            sacmacro
            i_plotw
            i_green
            i_inversion
            i_graphics
            jb.ptime
            jb.stime
            jb.table
            fort.22

            Regards,

            Josphat



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