In the MULPLT.DEF and the SEISAN.DEF files, it is possible to set the various parameters for MULPLT. Nearly all parameters are set in the MULPLT.DEF except geometrical distance parameters, which are set in SEISAN.DEF since these parameters also are used by HYP. MULPLT will operate without DEF-files using hardwired defaults. The MULPLT.DEF can be located in the working directory and or in DAT. The if a DEF-file is present in the working directory, it overrides the file in DAT. In MULPLT.DEF, several groups of parameters can be set: The keyboard, default channels to use and analysis parameters (e.g. for spectral analysis). The parameters are identified by keywords, see example file below for explanation. Note that all numbers given in file are real and must be given a '.'
This file is for defaults for MULPLT and called MULPLT.DEF. The name must be in upper case on SUN. The following shows the parameters, which can be set. The file can contain any number of lines in any order, only the lines with recognized keywords and a non blank field under Par 1 will be read. Numbers under Par1 and Par2 must be given as reals. The comments have no importance.
This file is for defaults for MULPLT and called MULPLT.DEF. The name must be in upper case on Sun. The following shows the parameters which can be set. The file can contain any lines in any order, only the lines with recognized keywords and a non blank field under Par 1 will be read. The comments have no importance. *********NEVER USE TABS IN THIS FILE, IT WILL NOT WORK***************** KEYWORD............Comments.............Par 1.....Par 2 X_SCREEN_SIZE Size in % of screen 90.0 PHASE NAME KEY Phase key and phase PHASE NAME KEY PHASE WEIGHT KEY Weight key and weight PHASE MOUSE KEY Mouse key character NCHAN PER SCREEN # chan pr screen SPECTRAL Q0 Q0 440.0 SPECTRAL QALPHA Q = Q0**Qalpha 0.70 SPECTRAL KAPPA SPECTRAL P-VELOCITY P velocity 6.2 SPECTRAL S-VELOCITY P velocity 3.6 SPECTRAL DENSITY Density SPECTRAL MODEL 0 no 1 yes 1.0 3COMP VELOCITY velocity for 3 comp RESOLUTIONX # points pl. screen 1500.0 RESOLUTIONHC # points pl. hc 3000.0 NSORT_DISTANCE 0: no sort, min ph. SPECTRAL F-BAND Band to show 0.01 20.0 SPECTROGRAM COMMAND spectrogram SPECTROGRAM WINDOW 60.0 SPECTROGRAM FILTER 2.0 SPECTROGRAM PLOT TRACE 1.0 AUTO_LOCATE 0,1,2 0,1,2 0.0 2.0 AUTO_PROCESS 0,1,2 name 0.0 ls SPECTRAL OUTPUT Makes a file 1.0 ML LOW CUT AND POLES ML HIGH CUT AND POLES BANDPASS FILTER AUTOCODA FILTER 0.1 10.0 AUTOCODA STA 3.0 AUTOCODA RATIO 1.2 CODA AUTO 0.0 MULPLT WAV OUT FORMAT Output format SEISAN PHASE NAME KEY PHASE MOUSE KEY ### Set Filter type 0 for bndpas 1 for recfil routine FILTER TYPE 0.0 ### Setup user-defined filters FILTER 1 0.01 0.1 FILTER 2 0.1 1.0 FILTER 3 1.0 5.0 FILTER 4 5.0 10.0 FILTER 5 10.0 15.0 FILTER 6 15.0 25.0 FILTER 7 2.0 4.0 ### Magnitude filters MULPLT AREA 0.0 MULPLT LAT LON 60.0 5.0 MULPLT RADIUS 2.0 MULPLT STAT BER ### #DEFAULT CHANNEL TRO S Z
All parameters are within column 41 and 60 and each occupying up to 10 characters.
NOTE: If any of the phase or weight keys are redefined, all previous defaults disappear.
DEFAULT CHANNEL: All channels are default if not given. For routine display, it is useful to only select some channels.
PHASE NAME KEY: The keys associated with given phases. Remember that I, E or a blank MUST be part of the name so it is not possible to chose a name like "P", it must then be " P" (note the blank in front of P). About 10 phase combinations are currently default as seen on the pick display. If a new phase key is selected, you must define all the keys you want to use for phases including all the predefined phases. The combined onset/phase key can be up to 9 characters.
PHASE WEIGHT KEY: The defaults are upper case 1,2,... to 0 for weights 1,2,... to 0 . Again, choosing just one other key, and all must be redefined. The symbol must be in column 41 and the weight in column 51. The weight is an integer 0, 1,2,3, 4 or 9.
PHASE MOUSE KEY: The default is blank. Normally no redefinition is needed since the mouse character is defined in SEISAN. The key can be defined as a character or the ASCII code written as a real number.
SPECTRAL P-VELOCITY: P-velocity in km/sec, default 6 km/sec
SPECTRAL S-VELOCITY: S-velocity in km/sec, default 3.5 km/sec Both above parameters must be set separately, the Vp/Vs in STATION0.HYP is not used to calculate one from the other. The values go into the S-file the first time spectra are calculated. if values are changed later in the MULPLT.DEF file, no change will be made in the S-file, old values remain.
SPECTRAL Q0: is defined as , default 0 meaning no Q-correction. For f < 1 Hz, Q=q0 (new from version 10.1).
SPECTRAL QALPHA : See above, default 1.0, NOTE: Q is only used when doing spectral analysis and has no effect on the displacement seismograms.
SPECTRAL DENSITY: Density for spectral analysis (g/cm**3), default 3.5 g/cm**3
SPECTRAL KAPPA: Near surface attenuation, default 0.0 meaning no attenuation. For teleseismic events, this is t*.
SPECTRAL GEO_DEPTHS: Depth range where geometrical spreading changes from surface wave to body wave spreading, S-waves only. Default 50 and 100 km. This is only used if distance is larger than HERKIJ_DISTANCE. THIS PARAMETER IS NOT SET IN MULPLT.DEF, BUT IN SEISAN.DEF, MENTIONED HERE SINCE IT IS IMPORTANT FOR SPECTRA.
SPECTROGRAM COMMAND: External command to compute spectrogram for single trace that can be started from MULPLT in multi trace mode (command 'E').
HERKIJ_DISTANCE: Epicentral distance at which geometrical spreading changes from body wave spreading to surface wave spreading, S-waves only. Default 100 km. THIS PARAMETER IS NOT SET IN MULPLT.DEF, BUT IN SEISAN.DEF, MENTIONED HERE SINCE IMPORTANT FOR SPECTRA
3COMPVELOCITY: Velocity used (km/sec) in 3 component azimuth analysis. Default is 5 km/sec.
CHANNEL SORTING: If set to 1.0, channels and filenames are sorted alphabetically, if 0.0, no sorting. Default = blank is sorting.
NCHAN PER SCREEN: The number of channels to be displayed per screen. Default = blank is 99 channels. It may conflict with DEFAULT CHANNEL.
NSORT_DISTANCE: If blank or zero, channels are plotted in the order as they appear in the waveform file or in alphabetical order if flag CHANNEL SORTING is set. If set to 1.0, the channels are plotted in distance order with respect to the epicenter or if no epicenter is given with respect to the location of the station that has the first pick. If not plotted from EEV, 1.0 will indicate sorting in waveform file header time order. Default 0.
X_SCREEN_SIZE: Size of initial X-window in % of total screen. Default 90 %.
RESOLUTIONX and RESOLUTIONHC is the number of points plotted on the screen or laser printer respectively. If e.g. 1000 points are plotted, this means that the remaining points are skipped although some primitive smoothing is done. Choosing too few points can lead to funny looking seismograms with aliasing effects and using all points will slow down the plotting. Resolutionx is for the screen and resolutionhc for the hardcopy. NOTE: If using MULPLT mode where both screen and hardcopy is used, it is the hardcopy resolution, which is used for both. Default 1000 and 3000 respectively.
SPECTRAL F-BAND: Spectral range (Hz) used for spectral plots. Default values are 0.05 to 20.0 Hz.
AUTO_PROCESS: Immediately following registration, MULPLT can run any program specified here. Since the event name has been put into memory, the program can operate on the newly registered S-file. Parameter one has the options: 0: Do not auto process, 2: Ask the user if autoprocess, 3: Autoprocess without asking the user. Parameter 2 gives the name of the process to run. The name is limited to 10 characters. Default, no auto processing.
AUTO_LOCATE: Immediately following registration, MULPLT can locate the newly registered event and put the location into the database. Parameter one has the options: 0: Do not locate, 1: Ask the user if locate, 2: Locate without asking the user. Parameter 2: 0: Do not save in database, 1: Ask if saving in database, 2: Automatically save in database. Default, no auto locate.
SPECTRAL OUTPUT: If parameter set to 1, two output files are created for each signal spectrum. com_spec.out is the complex spectrum and amp_spec.out is the real spectrum. Default 0.0. In addition, the single trace zoom window is saved in signal.out.
FILTER: Change definition of filters 1 to 7. The settings affect both the shortcut keys and the menu boxes.
MULPLT WAV OUT FORMAT: The output format when using Out function, default is SEISAN. The options are the same as available in WAVETOOL.
ML LOW CUT AND POLES and ML HIGH CUT AND POLES: Filter band for Wood Anderson additional filter. Recommanded values are 1.25 Hz to 20 Hz and 4 poles. Note, poles are always 4 whatever is specified.
BANDPASS FILTER: When using all defaults from EEV (option PO), a bandpass filter can be set. Default is no filter. The parameters are lowcut and highcut for parameter one and two respectively. 4 poles only.
FIX FILTER: When using alldefaults from EEV (option PO), a bandpass filter can be set, see parameter BANDPASS FILTER. The filter can be fixed with paramter FIX FILTER: 1.0 =fix filter, 0=no fix. Fixing means that in all operation the filter will remain.
CODA AUTO: Enable automatic coda determination (YES or NO). Default is NO. If enabled, auto coda is read with c instead of C.
AUTOCODA FILTER : Filter band for automatic coda: Default 5 to 10 Hz. AUTOCODA STA : Auto coda short term average: Default 5.0 secs.
AUTOCODA RATIO : Autocoda ratio. Default 1.5.
MULPLT AREA : Options for plotting stations in a given distance from a midpoint. 0: do not select option (default) 1: midpoint from s-filei epicenter, radius from MULPLT.DEF, 2: midpoint from MULPLT.DEF, radius interactive 3: midpoint and radius from MULPLT.DEF, 4: midpoint from MULPLT.DEF, radius interactive, 5: midpoint and radius interactive, 6: Midpoint from a station in MULPLT.DEF, radius from MULPLT.DEF 7: Midpoint station asked at start of MULPLT, radius from MULPLT.DEF 8: Both midpoint station and radius asked at start of MULPLT
MULPLT LAT LON : Midpoint
MULPLT STAT : Station for midpoint
MULPLT RADIUS : Radius in degrees
SPECTROGRAM COMMAND: name of spectrogram program
SPECTROGRAM WINDOW: window lenght of spectrogram
SPECTROGRAM FILTER: frequency of high pass filter for spectrogram, if zero no filter is used
SPECTROGRAM PLOT TRACE: if zero, no plot, if 1.0 plot trace