[Seisunix] [spam-high] Re: convert seismic unix files

Wietze Eckhardt wietze.eckhardt at gmail.com
Mon Apr 9 08:49:25 MDT 2018

Hi Jahiro,

suwind should solve (most of) your problems.

You can use it to select traces, and you can use it to select sample
ranges, and even to add zeroes to the end of the shorter file.


On 9 April 2018 at 15:30, jahiro damian miranda calvet <calvetjah at gmail.com>

> hi everyone,
> I have a problem that I would like to share with you, I need to compare
> different seismograms traces from different files, for example, seismogam 3
> of the file name1.su and seismogram 7 of the file name2.su, when I use
> susum I have one error because  ns are  different. I thought  to convert to
> ascii and compare in gnuplot, there it is possible, but the X axis is not
> the same that SU, isn't the time values.
> - How I can export from *.su to *.ascii with the time colum too? not only
> amplitud, I would like to convert many colum that I need.
> - It's possible to normalize all amplitudes from different files? if
> possible, what is the command?
> And the last one,
> - How I can plot many traces in one figure with different names? for
> example, I plot trace 3 from name1.su, trace 67 from name2.su and trace 5
> from name3, and put the name like:  time  vs.  Tr1   Tr2  Tr3   axes.
> Thanks a lot for any tips
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> *Jahiro D. Miranda Calvet*
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