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NAME

       lonlathei2ascii - create 3 column ASCII files from the binary doris output

DESCRIPTION

       lonlathei2ascii v1.0 Doris software, bert kampes, (c)1999-2003

              SYNOPSIS:

       lonlathei2ascii
              longitude_file latitude_file height_file  output_file

              This  csh-script  creates an 3 column ASCII file with "lon lat hei" from the binary
              doris output (matrices) after step geocode.  It filters out invalid data, indicated
              with "-999" by Doris.

              The  output  file can be used further with GMT to create a grd file.  The format of
              the 3 input files are matrices in real4 float format.  all of the same size.   They
              describe  the  irregular  geocoded position of the pixels in the interferogram, and
              the corresponding heights.

              The steps taken are within this script:

              1) Create 3 temporary ASCII files with all data in a single

              large column using cpxfiddle program;

              2) Create a single 3 column ASCII file (lon lat hei)

              using "paste";

              3) remove -999 invalid data using "grep" 4) Tidy up, remove temp files.

       These steps may take a while.
              Obviously staying in binary format

       would be better.
              This script is intented to work on all platforms,

              and to be straightforward and understandable, rather than ingenious.

              DEPENDENCIES:

              cpxfiddle program, part of Doris distribution.  grep utility, standard  UNIX  paste
              utility, standard UNIX Note that lambda=longitude; phi=latitude

              EXAMPLE:

       lonlathei2ascii Outdata/lambda.raw Outdata/phi.raw Outdata/heights.raw
              lonlathei.dat

              SEE ALSO:

              cpxfiddle, paste, grep, http://gmt.soest.hawaii.edu/

              SYNOPSIS:

       lonlathei2ascii
              longitude_file latitude_file height_file  output_file

              This  csh-script  creates an 3 column ASCII file with "lon lat hei" from the binary
              doris output (matrices) after step geocode.  It filters out invalid data, indicated
              with "-999" by Doris.

              The  output  file can be used further with GMT to create a grd file.  The format of
              the 3 input files are matrices in real4 float format.  all of the same size.   They
              describe  the  irregular  geocoded position of the pixels in the interferogram, and
              the corresponding heights.

              The steps taken are within this script:

              1) Create 3 temporary ASCII files with all data in a single

              large column using cpxfiddle program;

              2) Create a single 3 column ASCII file (lon lat hei)

              using "paste";

              3) remove -999 invalid data using "grep" 4) Tidy up, remove temp files.

       These steps may take a while.
              Obviously staying in binary format

       would be better.
              This script is intented to work on all platforms,

              and to be straightforward and understandable, rather than ingenious.

              DEPENDENCIES:

              cpxfiddle program, part of Doris distribution.  grep utility, standard  UNIX  paste
              utility, standard UNIX Note that lambda=longitude; phi=latitude

              EXAMPLE:

       lonlathei2ascii Outdata/lambda.raw Outdata/phi.raw Outdata/heights.raw
              lonlathei.dat

              SEE ALSO:

              cpxfiddle, paste, grep, http://gmt.soest.hawaii.edu/

SEE ALSO

       The full documentation for lonlathei2ascii is maintained as a Texinfo manual.  If the info
       and lonlathei2ascii programs are properly installed at your site, the command

              info lonlathei2ascii

       should give you access to the complete manual.

lonlathei2ascii v1.0 Doris software, bert Septemberc20179-2003                 LONLATHEI2ASCII(1)