SUTTOZ - resample from time to depth
suttoz stdout [optional parms]
Optional Parameters:
nz= number of depth samples
dz=vmin*dt/2 depth sampling interval (defaults avoids aliasing)
fz=v(ft)*ft/2 first depth sample
t=0.0 times corresponding to interval velocities in v
v=1500.0 interval velocities corresponding to times in v
vfile= binary (non-ascii) file containing velocities v(t)
verbose=1 >0 to print depth sampling information
Notes:
The t and v arrays specify an interval velocity function of time.
Note that t and v are given as arrays of floats separated by commas,
for example:
t=0.0,0.01,.2,... v=1500.0,1720.0,1833.5,... with the number of t values
equaling the number of v values.
Linear interpolation and constant extrapolation is used to determine
interval velocities at times not specified. Values specified in t
must increase monotonically.
Alternatively, interval velocities may be stored in a binary file
containing one velocity for every time sample. If vfile is specified,
then the t and v arrays are ignored.
Trace header fields accessed: ns, dt, and delrt
Trace header fields modified: trid, ns, d1, and f1
Credits:
CWP: Dave Hale