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difx:ivs2016 [2016/03/06 09:07]
walterbrisken [Copy the .vex file and nominal .v2d file]
difx:ivs2016 [2016/03/11 20:28] (current)
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 Pretty much every one of the programs that you will use in this demo has built in help information which can be accessed by running at the command line with the -h option. ​ For example: Pretty much every one of the programs that you will use in this demo has built in help information which can be accessed by running at the command line with the -h option. ​ For example:
  
-''​vex2difx -h''​+''​vex2difx -h'' ​  ​
  
 In general it would be good to run this for each unfamiliar program to get an idea of what options are available and for help on syntax. ​ In general it would be good to run this for each unfamiliar program to get an idea of what options are available and for help on syntax. ​
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 The two files created here will need to be referenced in the .v2d file in preparation for correlation. ​ The files are ASCII text and can be viewed with cat, less, or your favorite editor. ​ The long numbers are start and stop time expressed as Modified Julian Days. The two files created here will need to be referenced in the .v2d file in preparation for correlation. ​ The files are ASCII text and can be viewed with cat, less, or your favorite editor. ​ The long numbers are start and stop time expressed as Modified Julian Days.
  
-''​cat ​pt.filelist''​+''​cat filelist.pt''​
  
 ==== Inspect and possibly modify .v2d file ==== ==== Inspect and possibly modify .v2d file ====
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