The SNAP analysis program generates scalars, 1D arrays, and 2D arrays, all identified by channel number or name. To see what quantities can be displayed, search or print the file HLDAS$:[CURRENT]CHANNEL.MEM. The SNAP document, which describes how to setup a SNAP run and how to interpret the output, is available in hardcopy and via the TFTR documents Web page.
As mentioned is section 4.1, CUPLOT can be used to plot SNAP 1D arrays. It can also type SNAP scalers, and generate lists of channel names, in alphabetical order, for vectors. The following programs display SNAP output as a combination of graphics text pages and plot frames.
$ SNAPSUM 68522 15 printer (rl0,ht0,...,hl1,hl2,hl4,tty,keep) --> HL4 Number of output pages (1,2,3,4) 3
$ RPLOTS 68522 15SLOOKT, which formerly accessed an archived version of the RPLOTS file, now is a synonym for RPLOTS.