Extracting rings and observed auto curves

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Extracting rings and observed auto curves

Postby agorbatov » Thu Feb 05, 2015 6:59 am

Hi

I am wondering how to extract rings and observed auto-correlation curves (selected parts etc) from target/dinver/report files using command line only. Is there any way to do it?
Thank you

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Re: Extracting rings and observed auto curves

Postby admin » Fri Apr 17, 2015 7:46 pm

Go and explore the options of gpdcreport:

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gpdcreport -h all


Especially -ring, -aV are useful.

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Re: Extracting rings and observed auto curves

Postby agorbatov » Wed Sep 23, 2015 1:44 am

Yes I know these options. I was asking how to get number of rings and corresponding distances from target files. Moreover option -aV does not give opportunity to choose between all or only selected part of autocorrelation curve. All this information is stored and can be extracted using spac2disptool but not through command line gpdcreport

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Re: Extracting rings and observed auto curves

Postby admin » Mon Nov 02, 2015 5:08 pm

gptarget is supposed to do that job, but this tool is still partially written. Most options are dedicated to dispersion curves.

Currently you can explore the contents of the file itself:

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tar xvfpz your_spac.target
iconv -f UTF16 -t UTF8 contents.xml > contents-utf8.xml
cat contents-utf8.xml | grep -E "<(min|max)Radius>" | grep -o "[0-9\.]*" > radii


This is not really straightforward but it may help.


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