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Active Message Threads for July 2007
2007-07-22 12:59:45 - 2007-07-23 16:07:16
Dear Friends; I have writen into the SAC file after I pick AMARKER on the waveform. My question How can I change pick if I made a mistake when I pick it. I tried the following but the error given I read the data which is consist of 3 channels then I tried to change AMARKER of 3 channels SAC> r OBN* SAC> chnhdr AMARKER 212.24 ERROR 901: SAC programming logic error SAC> Are there any method instead of return raw data back to use. Regards... Murat -- Th… [more]
Dear Friends, I read sac data and draw by plotpk p 1 then I pick p and s arrival on the data. But I would like to save picked data to the SAC data header. I mean When I open the data after I save even if I close the session of SAC, I would like to see the picked phases on the waveform. Could you tell me How can I do this. Regards... Murat -- This message has been scanned for viruses and dangerous content by MailScanner, and is believed to be clean.
Re: pick phases - Arthur Snoke - 2007-07-22 02:33:42
2007-07-18 22:00:22 - 2007-07-19 16:17:22
Hello Murat, after you read a file into SAC, you can use the command SAC> listhdr (or SAC> lh ) within SAC, which lists all existent header values. In case you're only interested in a particular parameter, you need to find it's header name, e.g. "stla" & "stlo" for station latitude & longitude, then it will print only these parameters. Good luck, Eva **************************************************** Eva-Maria Rumpfhuber University of Texas at El Paso / University of Oklahoma 810 … [more]
Re: Re: read header information - Murat BEYHAN - 2007-07-19 16:17:22
Hey, try the lh command
Dear Friends, I would like to read the header file of data which the data format is SAC. I read header of data first by following: SAC> read ALT.SHZ.KO then I try to see header file written into the memory. I used SAC> write over but I could not achieved. Could you give me the information How can I see the header of the file by using SAC. Regards Murat -- This message has been scanned for viruses and dangerous content by MailScanner, and is believed to be clean.
Dear List, I am using rdseed to extract SAC files from seed files: rdseed -f x.seed -d -z 3 -b 2000000 This works fine, except for the Arrival Picks, they don't make it into the sac header. Picks are stored int he seed file and I can see them with: rdseed -f x.seed -c # Event phases: B072F03 Station id: ABC B072F06 Phase arrival time: 2005,003,19:32:59.0299 B072F10 Phase name: SG I could read out this output… [more]