Changes between Version 10 and Version 11 of Processing/RawToRinex


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Dec 4, 2009 5:02:59 PM (9 years ago)
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benj
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    16 Note you should replace the "09" bit of the file extensions (ie 09n, 09o) with the year in which the observations were collected. It's just convention, it'll still work if you don't, but you should anyway.
     16Note you should replace the "09" bit of the file extensions (ie 09n, 09o) with the year in which the observations were collected. It's just convention, it'll still work if you don't, but you should anyway. Watch the output from this carefully - if you see anything in it that looks like this:
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     18{{{
     19teqc usage error: -week #              set GPS week to initial value # for native format translation (default = best guess)
     20teqc ... exiting
     21}}}
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     23...then the script failed to parse the date for at least one input file (probably it didn't match the expected input pattern).
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    1825See below for more information about what those commands are doing.
     
    3744     julian `trmdatefinder.py <filename>` | sed 's/\([0-9]\+\) \([0-9]\{4\}\)/\2:\1/'
    3845     }}}
    39      * This assumes the filename format is xxxxYYYYMMDDnnnx.xxx, where x is any character, YYYY is a 4-digit year, MM is a two-digit month, DD is a two-digit day of month and nnn is any digit
     46     * This assumes the filename format is *YYYYMMDDnnnx.xxx, where x is any character, YYYY is a 4-digit year, MM is a two-digit month, DD is a two-digit day of month and nnn is any digit
    4047     * trmdatefinder.py is attached to this page.
    4148   * Teqc can do quite a lot (more than just format conversion). Usage info/instructions (comprehensive but somewhat opaque) are at http://facility.unavco.org/software/teqc/tutorial.html