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Plotting Snap-tries

displays the standard set of SNAP graphs for any shot-try. It executes CUPLOT with the PSS, PSP, and PST commands. For example, do: SNAPSUM 52160 27 HL0.

$ SLOOKT 35782 35
generates 10-15 pages of text and plots for an existing snap-try to your terminal. This includes 3-4 pages of text, 2 pages of plots of input data (e.g., Te(R), ne(R), Ti(R), and , and 5 pages of plots of calculated quantities, e.g., ,, Pbi(r)). The content of the plot output is specified by the control file HLDAS$:[CURRENT]SPLOT.DAT. If you have a file named SPLOT.DAT in your SNAP subdirectory, this file will override the default.

$ SVERST 35782 35 HL0
generates the same output as SLOOKT on printer HL0.

$ SNAPSUM 35782 35
generates a 1 to 5 page plot of data from an existing snap-try (in this case, TFTR shot 35782, try 35). The first page contains the values of about 100 scaler outputs; the second page has graphs of the input Ne, Te, Ti, and Vphi; the third page has graphs of calculated quantities such as Qbi; the fourth page has additional comments.
$ snapsum 83545 04

printer ( rt0,ht0,...,hl1,hl2,hl4,tty,keep )    -->  tty
Type D at each plot pause to store the frame in TFTR_PLT:83545_04.PLT

Number of output pages (1,2,3,4,5) 4

Marilee Thompson
Fri Jul 11 15:18:44 EDT 1997