Example run get_arc Give operator jh Give input file collect.out Interval in number of seconds before and after origin time Default (enter) is 30 and 300 50 500 Extract stations with readings: enter all channels in archive: a for given stations interactively: s for stations in a file: f for stations at given distance to epicenter: d for stations to given distance to given point:p a ********* Event 1 2011 129 10 0 0.0 L wavetool -start 20110129095910 -arc -duration 550.0 -wav_out_file SEISAN -cbase cbase.inp -format MSEED Number of archive channels defined 3 Total duration: 551.050476 Output waveform file name is 2011-01-29-0959-09M.NSN___003 Extracted file 2011-01-29-0959-09M.NSN___003 End of s-file Number of events in input file 1 Number of events skipped 0 Output file name is get_arc.out
In details, the options are: Default: Use stations with readings. If a station has more than one reading, it is only selected once.
a: All channels in archive. If a very large network, this option might select too much.
s: For given stations. Give station codes, one per line.
f: For given stations. Give stations from a file, one per line.
d: Use all stations in archive within a given distance. If there is no epicenter, the stations in S-file will be used. If no stations in S-file, all station in archive will be used.
p: Use all stations at a given distance from a point. The user will be asked for the latitude and longitude of point and distance.