Running inversions from command line

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Running inversions from command line

Postby Carol » Tue Feb 24, 2015 10:49 am

Hi Marc,
I could not find any post/tutorial/explanation on how to run a dinver inversion from the command line.
I would like to run several inversions with the same parametrization of different dispersion curves individually. For this reason using dinver interface becomes very time demanding.
Can you give me some insight on this?
Thanks in advance.
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Re: Running inversions from command line

Postby admin » Tue Apr 26, 2016 7:56 pm

Sorry for the late answer but it might be of interest for you or others.

Effectively dinver can be started from the command line. You have to build a .param and a .target file exported from the graphical user interface or from other command line tools like gptarget.

dinver-i DispersionCurve -optimization -target your.target -param your.param -itmax 200 -ns0 50 -ns 100 -nr 100 -o your.report

Target and param files are tar.gz files that contain a file called 'contents.xml'. This file can be eventually built directly from text manipulation scripts. The compression is optional for dinver input. Dinver save always compressed files.


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