Thread: Fileid and axes tick labels/values size

Started: 2012-09-21 12:43:30
Last activity: 2012-09-21 15:48:12
Topics: SAC Help
cats
2012-09-21 12:43:30

Hi, I am trying to find out if it's possible to change the size of the x and y tick mark numeric values and also the fileid information. I have tried experimenting with gtext and tsize but they only seem to affect the xlabel, ylabel and title info.

The reason I want to change these is because I have a figure with 15 or so waveforms created by reading in lots of segy files simultaneously and plotting with p1 and having qdp off. Perhaps as a consequence the tick values and fileid info are pretty much now very small and unreadable and no good for putting in reports etc. Any tips would be appreciated, thanks.

  • Milton Plasencia
    2012-09-21 15:48:12

    Hi Richard,

    Perhaps xdiv and ydiv sac commands can help you.

    HTH,

    Milton


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    Quoting "Richard Sanderson" <evilstig<at>hotmail.com>:


    Hi, I am trying to find out if it's possible to change the size of
    the x and y tick mark numeric values and also the fileid
    information. I have tried experimenting with gtext and tsize but
    they only seem to affect the xlabel, ylabel and title info.

    The reason I want to change these is because I have a figure with 15
    or so waveforms created by reading in lots of segy files
    simultaneously and plotting with p1 and having qdp off. Perhaps as a
    consequence the tick values and fileid info are pretty much now
    very small and unreadable and no good for putting in reports etc.
    Any tips would be appreciated, thanks.




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