tsllg man page

         tsllg -from <date> -l{s|m|h|d} #length -L <label> \
               [ -options ]
               [ -tslist-opts ]   \
               +P <psfile> +M "<title>" { +tslg-opts | + } \
               { -psxy-opts | - }

  A convenience script, calls tslg for a stretch of 1-s garb mc files (gravimeter).
  Its use is for quick-look, searching for events etc. A little better in output
  compared to tsd when communicating with colleagues.
  LP-filtering and decimation dependent on option -l<.>
  Case distinction:
    1: Upon -ls , retrieves a few 1-s files, without decimation;
    2:            else, arbitray length with decimation.

  Decimation uses ~/TD/deci.tse,D#deci
  In case 2, a series of tslist-app is run first to decimate the data one day at
  a time (with much more than the necessary overlap).
  The sections are stored in ~/TD/tmp/tsllg-j-kkk.ts
  where j counts the labels and kkk is a three-digit integer counting the days from
  the start. These files can be picked up by tsllg -again if small changes to the
  look of the plot are to be made. The file that is handed over to tslg is called
  Discomforts: No nice legend entries, since these are copies of the label codes,
  example: G+B (GRAV,BRES). If one -D is given on the call line, air pressure will
  also get its DC-level removed. Additional filtering, certainly a key point, will
  result in inexact time information. Has to be solved when we have a case in point.
  The reading of the last-day file might too often become a burden if e.g. only a
  few hours or less data are requested. That condition could be detected and eased.   

  -again   - case 2 only: use the last files from decimation:
             If this option is not used, the tmp-files are removed for some
             minimum house-keeping.
  -from yyyy,mm,dd[,hh[,mm[,ss]]]
  -ls #n   - case 1, number of seconds, no decimation
  -lm #n   - case 2, number of minutes, #deci = 10
  -lh #n   - case 2, number of hours,   #deci = 60
  -ld #n   - case 2, number of days,    #deci = 600
  -L <label> [-L <label> ...]
           - The first label determines the y-axis scaling
  -L<xy>   - Legend position, xy = LL LR UL UR
  These are handed over to tslg
  -D       - remove DC-level
  -Y<yoff> - add a curve offset
  If these options involve e.g. filtering, cut-off effects
  are not taken care of in the time information.
  More coding work ahead:
  The parameters secd and MOVE must be worked upon.

  +P <psfile>        - file name for ps, png-file is produced accordingly
  +M "<title words>" - plot title
         -psxy-options are GMT psxy-options handed over to tslg
  Currently, a few colours are hard-wired.
  It is not yest possible to draw symbols or error bars.
  There is not much use for such options here. Code a lonely `-'

  PNGDIR - destination directory for png-file


    tsllg -LUL -from 2015,01,01,00,00,00 -lm 540 -L G+V -L G+B -D +M "A title" +P testd.ps -

Note that the script will autmoatically load G1_garb_141231-1s.mc first, since the call requests data ahead of the filter truncation of 150101.