[teqc] Problem when combining hourly data.
lou at unavco.org
Mon Jun 19 08:09:07 MDT 2006
> -----Original Message-----
> From: teqc-bounces at ls.unavco.org [mailto:teqc-bounces at ls.unavco.org]On
> Behalf Of Yunfeng Tian
> Sent: Monday, June 19, 2006 1:38 AM
> To: teqc support
> Subject: [teqc] Problem when combining hourly data.
> Hi list,
> I have hourly logged data files in RINEX format, and I want to combine
> them into a large one. The original sampling rate is 1Hz, and is
> downsampled to 30Hz by supplying the -O.dec 30 option:
> teqc -O.dec 30 *.06o > /data/new.06o
> To my supprise, I found there are more than one line of INTEVAL in the
> resulting new.06o file. The first INTERVAL is 30; while the other
> INTERVAL is still set to 1. Moreover, the same case occured with
> -O.mo option (Only the first one is what I set; there are others which
> remain unchanged).
> However, if I combine the 1Hz data first, and then convert it to 30Hz,
> everything is OK.
> I want to know if I did something wrong with specifying the command
> options in the first method.
> Thank you.
Mullins, Steven wrote:
> When decimating, did you get an warning about not using the -O.int option?
> ! Warning ! using -O.dec option on input file without -O.int option
> (if original sample interval is < 1 sec, first epoch to be decimated may not be removed)
> Just a guess,
Steve, in this case I don't think using or not using -O.int has anything
to do with the problem. Tian, you are sure that when running
`teqc -O.dec 30 *.06o > /data/new.06o` there are two lines that are like:
in the header of new.06o? I just tried a similar operation and don't
see that. What version of teqc are you using?
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