Manual now written in Latex, html version is available
Unix setup files were remamed to SEISAN.csh and SEISAN.bash to make them visible
MULPLT: Plot hour and minute on time axis, show shortcut keys on menu, select picked traces from trace selection, new keyboard shortcuts when reading amplitudes, also shortcut keys for the first 10 traces in trace selection (these changes were put in by Wayne Crawford)
Two events are now included in the SEISAN software, so that one can plot data after unpacking SEISAN, both events are found by typing eev 199606 TEST (Note : in unix one must first source the COM/.SEISAN file)
PINV, new program for estimation of fault plane solution using polarities, see page
64 bit, have only been tested on Linux
SEISAN can now use SAC PAZ response as created with rdseed
code now compiles with gfortran
AUTOREG has new option for moving waveform file to WAV, see page .
EEV accept SEED orientation codes : A,B,C,1,2,3,U,V,W,S and Z,N,E
MULPLT orientation code 1 and 2 are read as N and E, respectively. 1 and 2 are used if orientation is different from N and E. (This still requires a more general solution)
ASCSEI, A bug in in the reading of the input file was found and fixed, the first sample was lost if data was not PSN data.
ISCNOR : A bug in the reading of surface wave amplitudes was fould and fixed.
The problem with extracting time windows on the last page in MULPLT
continous mode has been fixed, page .
EEV copies the name and path of the
current s-file to a file named eev.cur.sfile,
when the system command 'o' is used.
Plot STATION?.HYP and SEISAN polygon files with Google Earth using GMAP, see page .
The Herrmann modeling programs finally work under Windows.
FOCMEC: Use of amplitudes has been improved and bugs fixed in amplitude section.
New broadband body wave and surface wave magntudes have been implemented.
New conversions programs: AHSEI, DIMASSEI, DATABASE2MSEED
Noise spectra from continuouis data, CONNOI and EVANOI.
Magnitude implementation has been adjusted to the new IASPEI standard, see table below.