By default, J-Solver produces three files after a successful run: eqdsk.cdf, jso.profiles and jso.scalars. Two small database files dbequp and dbequs can in addition be produced by setting DBWRT = 1 in inequ (or use the corresponding ``set'' call).
The files jso.profiles and jso.scalars contain information about global parameters and profiles in ASCII format. By far the largest file, eqdsk.cdf is a collection of radial profiles (pressure, safety factor etc.) and (X, Z) arrays, which serves as interface to a collection of PPPL codes such as PEST, NOVA, DMAP etc. The eqdsk.cdf file is written in NetCDF format (http://www.unidata.ucar.edu/packages/netcdf/) using the EZCDF routines--a set of easy-to-use interface routines available from http://w3.pppl.gov/NTCC. The content of eqdsk.cdf can be viewed by typing
ncdump eqdsk.cdf | more
An example showing how to read eqdsk.cdf data is provided in the reqdsk.f file.
J-Solver can run silently by setting
CALL jsoSetIverbose(0) CALL jsoSETIeqdsk(0)