parametrization space by command lines

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parametrization space by command lines

Postby Hcadet » Mon Nov 16, 2009 10:11 am

Hi Marc,

Is there any way to create a parametrization space (I mean a toto.param file) by command line (without the dinver interface)?
(and without using gpdepths that is a specific parametrization)

Thanks!

Bye

Heloise

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Postby admin » Fri Nov 27, 2009 2:23 pm

You can generate your own xml content at your own risk. Nearly all "geopsy" formats are compressed xml files. At input, the xml can be compressed (inside a tar structure) or not (plain text).

To have an idea of the xml structure of a .param file:

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tar xvfpz toto.param


If toto.param was previously generated by Dinver or gpdepth. This will produce a contents.xml file encoded in UTF-16 (no ASCII). See http://www.geopsy.org/forum/viewtopic.p ... ight=iconv for more details.

Once edited, you can rename your file to .param:

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mv contents.xml toto.param


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