Just as there are X-Windows codes for plotting SU data, there are also codes for making PostScript plots of these data. The programs for PostScript graphics are
We can use suplane data to test each of these programs as we did with the X-Windows codes
% suplane > junk.su
% supscontour < junk.su title="contour" > data1.eps % supsimage < junk.su title="image" label1="sec" label2="trace number" > data2.eps % supscube < junk.su title="cube plot" > data4.eps % supswigb < junk.su title="bitmap wiggle trace" > data3.eps % supswigp < junk.su title="wiggle trace" > data4.eps % supsmovie < junk.su title="movie" > data5.eps % supsmax < junk.su title="max" > data5.epsThe output files contain Adobe Level 2 Encapsulated PostScript, and is compatible with TeX, LaTeX, and many draw tools. You will need to use a PostScript previewer, such as GhostScript or Ghostview to view these files on the screen.
Please note again, that programs for which there is a non-SU version, have selfdoc information which applies to these codes, as well.