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X-Windows Plotting of SU Data

To plot data that are in the SU format, a number of programs (many of which have parallel functionality to those already discussed) have been created. These are

Rather than maintain multiple codes, each of these programs actually calls one or more of the X-windows graphics programs listed in the previous subsection. Please note, that the selfdoc of the non-SU version of a given graphics program also applies to the SU version, meaning that, these programs also have a large functionality.

You may test each of these programs using suplane data via:

% suplane | suxcontour title="contour"  &
% suplane | suximage  title="image"  &
% suplane | suxwigb  title="wiggle trace"  &
% suplane | suxgraph  title="graph" &
% suplane | suxmovie  title="movie" &
% suplane | suxmax    title="max"  &
Again, note that the ampersand ``SPMamp;'' is a Unix command telling the working shell to run the program in background. When you are finished, and wish to get rid of the windows, you may click on the window and type the letter ``q,'' for quit. On some systems, you may have to actually select the ``destroy'' option by clicking and dragging on the square in the upper left hand side of the window frame.


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John Stockwell 2007-04-10