BONGO (Linux Version 1.4.5)

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Examples of Bongo outputs

Complete reference of Bongo commands

Marco Lolli, after a trip in Norway, brought to me:

Madame Bongo [260k-gif]

Thanks, Marco !

Try also an April 11, 2015 picture of a Bongo-Show.               And this is another kind of ...Bongo.

Dec. 16, 2015. Please Note:

Noted that the almost never used commands XROW and YROW (to plot data by-colum and not by-line as normally done by XCOL and YCOL commands) work no more. I've also noted that some error holds at the very early stage of the process. If you look at the figure in the (e.g.) XROW manual page, can see that the process correctly worked until 2003. Something must be gone lost in the next evolution of some basic command.
After Bongo reads the data file, it translates data to a string matrix BBB(7000x50 max) and only next operations provide the creation of the numerical internal vectors XV and YV.

Well, the matrix BBB contains only zeroes!

I do not know why it does happen, given that the same procedure holds in by-line process and there it works fine.
So, do not use the above by-column commands until the error correction will be reported in the ChangeLog.

Another bug: on July 28, 2017 I noted that it can be read only the first 12 columns of an integer data file, the remaining columns beeing set to 9999. So if you have a dataset with less than 12 columns, can use also integer numbers, else you must translate your integers into reals. SORRY!


A plotting program under Linux, with PostScript Output

Version 1.4.5

(Last update for Bongo: February 28, 2018)


Franco Zavatti


Added commands:


Added commands:


The present version actually runs
under Linux 3.13.0-35-generic #62-Ubuntu SMP Fri Aug 15 01:58:42 UTC 2014 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
under Linux porta 3.13.0-35-generic #62-Ubuntu SMP Fri Aug 15 01:58:01 UTC 2014 i686 i686 i686 GNU/Linux.

It also runs
under Windows. Actually it is compiled and works on a Windows 7 HP TC4400 tablet PC and runs on a Windows 7 PC without Fortran compiler. I'm not able to run Bongo under Windows 10.

The command "file bongo" gives:
bongo: ELF 64-bit LSB executable, x86-64, version 1 (SYSV), dynamically linked (uses shared libs), for GNU/Linux 2.6.24, BuildID[sha1]=246a35ac54c68ae89d781082781e346922c32a73, not stripped
bongo: ELF 32-bit LSB executable, Intel 80386, version 1 (SYSV), dynamically linked (uses shared libs), for GNU/Linux 2.6.24, BuildID[sha1]=0x8763de6e57d4980558f60a884869be9dd1e76c86, not stripped,
Bongo is a PostScript® driver which generates, as output, the PostScript® file This output file can be converted to a pdf file by the linux command ps2pdf (the equivalent code exists for Windows too). The internal command CONVERT can convert to a pdf, png, jpg or gif file. CONVERT uses the Image Magick routine "convert" (see e.g. here for man page).
  • Also, Gimp ( can read and convert it to many other image formats.

    ® PostScript is a registered trademark of Adobe Inc. USA

    Bongo was born before 1990 as a MS-DOS general plotting and data handling program, based on PLOTPE and ASMPLOT, Fortran and Assembler libraries described elsewhere ( Zavatti and Rinaldi 1990, Zavatti, 2003) and on a command parser. As can also be derived from its name, Bongo (Bologna mONGO) looks like the John L. Tonry's Mongo in the user interface and in several commands.
    The normal way the DOS-version of Bongo did operate, was to get a command, with its alphabetic or numerical parameters, if any, execute it and wait for the next command.
    This approach also works with actual (linux-windows) versions but no graphical output is produced after each given command.
    Now Bongo normally reads from a file a list of commands, load a command buffer, which can contain 1000 lines as maximum, and sequentially execute it (note that the couple of commands JUMP-CONTINUE can break the sequential execution).
    After the commands are entered into the command buffer, they can be listed, edited or deleted (one or more a time).
    The data Bongo can read are a virtually undefined number of files, each one beeing organized as a matrix whose maximum dimension is 7000 rows by 50 columns (the minimum column number is 1). Data are used to inizialize up to 4 internal vectors, namely XV, YV (abscissae and ordinates) and EXV, EYV (their relative error bars, if any); allowed operations apply only to these four vectors.

  • Mathematical operations include arithmetics, logarithms, normalizations and transformation to hours and degrees.
  • Polynomial fitting is also included, through the command FIT, up to the sixth order.
  • All modified vectors can be saved on disk files either automatically or by giving suitable commands.

    Bongo commands are shown in chapter 8, with the number of parameters (9 means string) and one-line description. The commands are listed into the file CMDS.BGO (cmds.bgo in Linux), and Bongo routines validate a given command by comparing the input line to the content of this file. So, attribute of CMDS.BGO (and/or cmds.bgo) should be set to read only and the file not modified in any case.

  • On-line help is available for each command, with the limit that shortcuts are not allowed in the names of help files. For example, PL or PLAY are normally used in place of PLAYBACK, while help PL gives an error. The correct command must be help PLAYBACK. If help command is entered without any parameter, a list af all available commands is displayed on the screen.
    Bongo is available for Linux 32/64 bits (differences) and for Windows.
    For any problem or comment, the author can be reached at the following addresses:

  • (new window)


    Bongo requires some little operation to be installed correctly:


    1. create the directory "bongo" where you prefer (e.g. the author prefers /home/bongo). The author effectively has two directories for Bongo: the above-mentioned and the other one in /home/franco/bongo. The last is used for modifications of the code and updates of the "/home/" version (i.e. is a working directory) and bongo executable starts from here with the command "bongon" (i.e. bongo new, alias bongon='/home/franco/bongo/bongo') and only after a complete test of the new features, fortran listings and executable are copied to /home/bongo.
    2. copy the tar file bongo145.tar (or bongo145-32.tar) into this (sub-)directory.
    3. enter this directory (e.g. cd /home/bongo) as su or using sudo linux command
    4. give the following command in order to uncompress and explode Bongo:
      tar xvf bongo145.tar or tar xvf bongo145-32.tar
    5. Enter the following lines:
        export BGODIR=/home/bongo
      alias bongo='/home/bongo/bongo'
      in any user's .profile or in /etc/profile in order to allow the use of Bongo to a single user or to all users, respectively.
    6. If the Fortran compiler is not installed on your computer, at launch an error occurs, showing the lack of library. You need to install such a library from your usual software repository (e.g., for rpm linux flavors you can try in, look for it and install by the - totally automated - default software installation tool) or from the installation CD, contained in libf2c.


    1. Uncompress This will create the directory "c:\bongo"
    2. Copy the files "modivga.plt", "cmds.bgo" and "bconfig.plt" in c:\
    3. In order to display postscript files you need GhostScript and its viewer GSView. Ask a search engine for "ghostscript", download and install both programs.


    At start, Bongo shows the prompt '>' (no welcome or copyright message appears) and waits for a command, or reads the file bongo.inp, executes it and exits. A typical bongo.inp file may be:

    read file-name.bon


    re file-name

    After a command file has been created by an external text editor, the command READ filename can be given in order to load the existing list of commands, and inizialize the command buffer. Then enter PL. Default extension for filename is .bon.
    Commands can be entered with the minimum number of characters needed to distinguish one from the other. An ambiguous command will be interpreted with the first matching occurrence in the file cmds.bgo (chapter 8). For example, IN 1 (which should mean INSERT 1 in user's mind) will be traslated as INFO.

    Bongo default output is the PostScript file Change this name (rename if you need to save the output file.

    As output on the screen, some information appears after PL and, as last output, the prompt '>' informs the user that the command END, OFF or QUIT must be given.
    After the command END, the message has been written on disk appears and Bongo stops.
    Now a PostScript viewer like Ghostview, GV, GSView can show the graph and print the hardcopy. If the Xwindow system has not been loaded, the display of the output file can be obtained by a direct call to GhostScript, like e.g.
    gs -sDEVICE=linux -r640x480x16
    As can be derived from the manual page of ghostscript (man gs), -rrowsxcolumnsxcolors is the screen resolution, whose default value is 1024x768x256.

  • If gv or gsview is installed, the author's alias "gsbgo" (alias gsbgo='gv &' for linux or gsbgo.bat: start c:\programmi\Ghostgum\gsview\gsview32.exe for Windows, where c:\ ... is the path for gsview32.exe) can be used.

    Examples of Bongo output are shown in Figs. 9 -- 18 (Figs. 1 -- 8 refer to the no more supported MS-DOS version and are not shown here).

    Font size can be changed in Bongo by the command TEXT, setting the first parameter ("dim") to 0 for 6-pixel, to 1 for 9-pixel, to 2 for 15-pixel or 3 for 24-pixel characters of the Times-Roman font. With TEXT "dim" parameter set to 4÷7 the other available font, Helvetica, can be selected (see Figs.11 TR and H as an example of such fonts or this table association between "dim" and fonts and with an example about text rotation angle). For a direct comparison between Helvetica (left) and Times Roman fonts, see here.

  • Special symbols

    Greek alphabet is available with the following limitation: any greek character is given by the corresponding latin character following the backslash symbol ('\' or ascii 92 Decimal). So, please don't use the backslash character followed by a letter if you do not need a greek symbol. The correspondence between latin and greek letters is shown in Fig.10 or here.
    Also exponents and deponents (like an or an) are available in the same way as greek letters, ^(ascii 94D) and _(ascii 95D) beeing, respectively, the adopted special characters.
    Mathematical symbols (see a list here) like (±, °, ≥, ≤, ≠, ÷, ∞, Σ), not present on the keyboard, can be written by the special symbol '|' (ascii 124D) followed by two characters (as |pm or |PM for plus/minus symbol; |gr or |de for degrees symbol;|ge, |le, |ne, |up, |in, |su. A more general expression could be: \a|de|pm\b|de i.e α°±β° or (\a|pm\b)|gr i.e.(α±β)°, where 'gr' is the italian translation (gradi) of the english term 'degrees' used in the first expression)

    The above special symbols (^, _ and |) can be written by the special sequences ^^, __, ||. Doubling the symbol allows to write the special character (e.g. "file__name.ext" gives "file_name.ext", "2^^5" gives "2^5" and "and||or" gives "and|or"). See this example:

    text 1 10
    reloc 1890 15.30
    label from:

    where the underscore in the label has been doubled and the result is in the red upper label here.

  • Bongo includes an "automatic" execution of one or more command files: by default Bongo reads the file bongo.inp in the current directory and executes the commands listed in it (i.e. commands like those given by the keyboard: read file.bon ; play; end ...). If bongo.inp doesn't exist or is empty, Bongo jumps to the usual input through the keyboard, showing the prompt '>'.
    Bongo.inp is useful during the initial phase, when the writing of a complex bongo command file is in progress and frequent executions are needed. Remember to rename bongo.inp to another file or empty it as soon as needs are over.
  • Bongo also handles colors in the RGB space. The command RGB 0 and RGB 1 allows the use of gray scale or color palette, respectively. See the command description for details. The color palette is displayed as fig18 (from the bongo file fig18.bon). If you want to add new colors, look at this redundant palette with rgb codes.
    Both color scales (rgb 1 and rgb 0) can be used in the same plot so that the number of colors can be extended (but note that the actual palette has, in its rgb1 color space, three grays color, i.e. codes 21,22,23). The relative command file subset may be the following:

    rgb 1       !original color scale
    color 13
    text 5 13
    data file.dat    !suppose 3 columns
    lines 4 109
    xcol 1
    ycol 2
    ltype 1 10    !red solid line
    ycol 3
    rgb 0        !change color scale
    ltype 3 11   !gray #11, dashed line
    rgb 1       !restore original color scale
    id fz      !date and time

  • At start, Bongo reads its default values from the file bconfig.plt (or also from bconfog.plt) in the Bongo reference directory (say /home/bongo or c:/bongo in Linux and Windows, respectively)

    4. BUGS

    Some bugs affect Bongo commands: when known, they have been reported in the respective help files.
    Bongo is lacking about several capabilities which can be considered important tools in a general context, conditional jumps and loops within the command buffer (i.e. IF - ENDIF and DO - ENDDO); setting of user defined variables (something like SET var=0.34 or SET const1=const2 command); also, a maximum of 7000 data and 50 columns can be not sufficent for some application.

  • If en error like the following appears at run time,
    Program received signal SIGSEGV: Segmentation fault - invalid memory
    Backtrace for this error:
    #0  0x7F11B27B3E48
    #1  0x7F11B27B2FD0
    #2  0x7F11B1EE42EF
    #3  0x40AB4E in gnv_
    #4  0x415BAD in exc_
    #5  0x403409 in MAIN__ at bongops.f:?
    Segmentation fault (core dumped)
    you have mixed integer, real, exponential values in a column. Please control and homogenize (within a column data MUST be all integer, real, or exponential, but not mixed. I think only a disturbed person can mix data types: also, it is easier to produce an homogeneous than a non-homogeneous file). I find mixed data type in some meteorological dataset and in Excel files.



    A complete description of Bongo commands can be found following the previous link but, before that, five general statements :
    1) Parameters may be separated by either comma or blank(s).
    2) The symbol "%" in the first or second column acts as a comment, i.e. the command parser does not execute what follows.
    3) The symbol "!" within the command line works as a comment: before the parser can handles the command, the command line - from "!" to the end - is set to blank.
    4) A command line is analysed by the parser up to column 200.
    5) Commands can be entered with the minimum number of characters needed to distinguish one from the others.


    The file TEST.BON
    (note the "!text" comments)

  • A template of a typical Bongo command file can be found (and copied in your own text editor) at bongo/bmr/template.bmr (see it).

    RGB 1 ! uses RGB color space. RGB 0 is gray-tones
    COLOR 15
    WLINE 0.5
    DIGITS 1 1
    LIMITS 0 1.5 -8,1 !space and comma at the same time
    LTICKS 3 9
    STICKS 5 5
    BOX 1 1
    CLABEL foc f/96 PSF
    XLABEL R(arcsec)
    YLABEL \m (mag/arcsec^2) !greek letter
    % plot
    GRID 4 8 2
    DATA plotter.dat ! This is a comment
    LINES 16,76
    FILL   ! fill any closed symbol
    PTYPE 6 5 4 !circle (6), 5 pixels radius,color 4
    LTYPE 0 0
    RELOCATE 0.8,-1
    NOFILL   !stop filling
    RELOCATE 0.85,-1
    LABEL circles
    % new plot
    LTYPE 1 2
    RELOCATE 0.75 -2.5
    DRAW 0.85 -2.5
    RELOCATE 0.90 -2.5
    LABEL 3 Gauss fit
    % new plot
    YCOL 4
    LTYPE 0 0
    PTYPE 1 2 11
    % labels and comments
    RELOCATE 0.8 -5
    TEXT 3 9
    TEXT 1 15
    RELOCATE 1.32 0
    LABEL (O-C)
    RELOCATE 0.8 -1.7
    RELOCATE 0.85 -1.7
    LABEL crosses
    relocate 0.4 -11.4
    label Fig.3 - Output of TEST.BON
    id FZ

    In general, a Bongo command-file can be divided in three areas:
    the first one defines the general behaviours of the plot (screen mode, box color, line width, physical and/or user defined limits, labels);
    the second area concerns data handling (data reading, math operations, definitions of symbols and lines color and shape);
    the third one refers to writing of comments or labels and user identification with date and time of the plot.

    8. BONGO COMMANDS: the file cmds.bgo

    Command # Pars. Description [# Pars.=9 means "string"]
    BANDX 2 vertical rectangle with base p1,p2 user coords.
    BANDY 2 horizontal rectangle with base p1,p2 user coords.
    BBB 0 displays the 20 columns of BBB(7000,50). Used only for debugging.
    BIN 2 bins data vector. Needs nbin, bin width
    BOX 2 draws box. If p1 or p2=0 no values
    CIRCLE 3 draws e circle:radius p1;s-angle p2; e-angle p3 40
    CLABEL 9 writes a comment, 40 chars max, at top left
    COLOR 1 sets drawing color to 'col'
    COLUMNS 2 first and last column in the data file
    CONNECT 0 connects data points by line LTYPE
    CONTINUE 0 continues to process the Bongo command file
    CONTOUR 0 draws iso-curves, after levels.dat
    CONVERT 3 converts to pdf,png,jpg,gif. p1=ext; p2=alpha; p3=dpi. Def val.=0
    CORR 1 computes auto-correlation function(1) or correl. coeff.(2). Def.val: 2
    COS 4 computes cosine function:p1=amp;p2=period;p3=start abscissa;p4 end absissa
    DATA 9 opens and reads data_file as 80 chars strings
    DELETE 2 deletes lines n1 to n2. Re-arrange the list.
    DELTA 2 % axis length of first x,y ticks
    DERIV 0 numerical derivatives of YV from diff(YV)/diff(XV)
    DIGITS 2 defines the number of decimal digits for x and y axes
    DOS 0 runs an Operating System commad
    DOT 0 draws at current point a symbol defined by ptyper
    DRAW 2 draws from current point to X,Y
    DUMMY 0 internal use only (% and ! will be translated into this command)
    EBAR 1 computes and displays error bars
    EDIT 1 edits the command line # n ->, space ,RE
    ELLIPSE 5 draws an ellipse:p1 s-major;p2 b/a;p3 rot;p4 s-angle;p5 e-angle
    END 0 exits (from Ins or from Bongo) to DOS
    ERASE 0 clears graphic screen
    EXCOL 2 assigns to EXV column # n of data file. Drawing flagged
    EXDIFF 1 Forward or Backward differences o EXV vector, P1 flag =1 forward; =-1 (default) backward.
    EXOPER 2 applies opcode and constant to EXV
    EXP 3 computes yv(i)=p1*exp(xv(i)*p2), p3 beeing the # of data (KMAX)
    EXSAVE 0 saves on disk the last EXV vector
    EYCOL 2 assigns to EYV column # n of data file. Drawing flagged
    EYDIFF 1 Forward or Backward differences o EYV vector, P1 flag =1 forward; =-1 (default) backward.
    EYOPER 2 applies opcode and constant to EYV
    EYSAVE 0 saves on disk the last EYV vector
    FILL 0 sets filling ability ON
    FIT 2 polynomial fit (max degree = 6). Weights (1) or not (0)
    FT 4 Fisher's test between 2 samples variances
    FONT 9 loads new font file
    GAUSS 2 computes standard normal distro
    GRID 3 draws grid: pattern, color, flag (=1 small ticks)
    HELP 9 displays help of a command (name); lists commands (none)
    HISTO 3 draws histogram with bin width, color, flag
    KS 0 computes K-S test on XV and YV samples of equal size
    IDENT 9 writes date, time, 2 chars user-id on top right.
    INFO 0 information about Bongo, References, Author's address.
    INPUT 9 data input from keyboard. Write a disk file
    INSERT 1 inserts command AFTER line #n of command buffer
    JUMP 0 jumps to the first occurrence of the command CONTINUE
    KS 0 compute K-S non parametric test
    LABEL 9 writes text at last-defined cursor position (current point)
    LAST 1 define the last n data to be plotted (def=300)
    LIMITS 4 limits of the plot in user coordinates
    LINES 3 first,last line and step of data vector
    LIST 0 lists the command buffer
    LOMB 3 LOMB power spectrum
    LTICKS 2 number of main (large) ticks on x, y axis
    LTYPE 2 sets line shape and color
    MACRO 9 executes macro file_name
    MEM 3 MEM power spectrum
    MEMO 1 range for moving average
    MODE 1 sets graphic mode to n
    NOFILL 0 sets filling OFF
    NOISE 1 computeS noise (1=uniform; 2=default)=gaussian; 3= exponential) and write EYV vector
    OFF 0 close but not Bongo. Like END
    PAUSE 0 stops execution of command buffer. Hit a key to restart
    PBOX 2 defines origin of BOX in screen coordinates
    PCOM 0 displays data of Plotpe and Bongo common blocks
    PHYSICAL 4 defines screen coords of box XS, XE, YS, YE
    PLAYBACK 0 executes actual command buffer
    POINTS 0 draws points at current point and change it
    POW 3 computes y(i)=p1*xv(i)**p2, p3 beeing the # of data (or KMAX)
    PTYPE 3 defines symbol: shape, dimension, color
    QUIT 0 like END, does not write the logo
    READ 9 reads file with command list
    RECT 4 draws rectangle from user coords. p1,p2=left bottom;p3,p40right top coords
    RELOCATE 2 sets current point to x, y (user coords.)
    RESET 0 sets parameters to original values as in bconfig.plt
    RGB 1 1/0=color/black&white drawing
    RIMA 9 reads matrix from file-name
    SAVE 1 saves on disk-file savenn.sav all available save.nn files
    SCALOG 2 sets log-scale on x- or y-axis, or on both
    SIN 4 computes sine function:p1=amp;p2=period;p3=start abscissa;p4 end abscissa
    SLIN 4 computes line: p1,p2=intercept and slope;p3=start abscissa;p4 end abscissa
    SMOOTH 1 smooths YV vector with window= step
    SORT 0 sorts XV, re-arranges YV
    STAIRS 2 draws stair-like histogram. Color, flag
    STICKS 2 sets small ticks number for X and Y axis
    TEXT 3 sets text dimension, color, angle or default values
    TTEXT 9 sets text type at alpha (A) or graphic (G) mode
    VERSION 1 output Bongo version number
    VWRITE 2 displays on screen of the last XV,YV,EXV,EYV from p1 to p2
    WCOMM 2 save comment from line p1 to line p2
    WLINE 1 defines the drawing line width (real numbers) ONLY PS
    WRIMA 0 write matrix on screen
    WRITE 9 writes command buffer on disk - file
    XAXIS 1 length of x-axis (pixels)
    XCOLUMN 1 assigns column #n to internal vector XV
    XGRID 3 draws X-axis (vertical) grid
    XDIFF 1 Forward or Backward differences of XV vector, P1 flag =1 forward; =-1 (default) backward.
    XLABEL 9 defines x-axis label
    XOPER 2 applies operation #m, with constant c, to xcol
    XROW 1 assigns row #n to internal vector XV
    XSAVE 0 saves on disk the last XV vector
    XSORT 0 sort XV and rearrange YV
    XSTAT 0 saves on disk n,mean,,var,3.rd & moment of XV
    XYSTAT 0 save on disk n,mean,,var,3.rd & moment of XV
    XZERO 1 draws a line at X=value from YMIN to YMAX
    YAXIS 1 length of y-axis in pixels
    YCOLUMN 1 assigns column #n to internal vector YV
    YDIFF 1 Forward or Backward differences of YV vector, P1 flag =1 forward; =-1 (default) backward.
    YGRID 3 draws Y-axis (horizontal) grid
    YLABEL 9 defines y-axis label
    YOPER 2 applies operation #m, with constant c, to ycol
    YROW 1 assigns row #n to internal vector YV
    YSAVE 0 saves on disk-file the last YV vector
    YSORT 0 sort YV and rearrange XV
    YSTAT 0 saves on disk n,mean,,var,3.rd & moment of YV
    YZERO 1 draws a line at Y=value from XMIN to XMAX
    SCIRC 1 screen coordinates. Draw circle of radius ir at current point
    SMOVE 2 screen coordinates. Define current point in pixel. The same as SRELOCATE
    SRECT 2 screen coordinates. Draw rectangle left bottom at current point right top ix,iy
    SRELOCATE 2 screen coordinates. Define current point in pixel.

    Some Examples of Bongo Outputs

    Fig 9 (symbols) (.bon) Fig 10 (greek-latin) Fig 11 Times (.bon ) Fig 11 Helvetica (.bon)
    Times 9pts (.bon) Helvetica 9pts (.bon) Smooth (pdf) (.bon) SSN,Ap (.bon) (.dat)
    Fig 12 (fit) (.bon) Fig 13 (histo) (.bon) Fig 14 (use BOX) (.bon) Confid. interv (.bon)
    Fig 15 (use BOX) (.bon) Fig 16 (delta) (.bon) Fig 17 (lines) (.bon) rima-contour
    Fig 18 (color map) (.bon) Fig 19 (Circ/ell) (.bon) Fig 20 (Geiger) (.bon) Professors (.bon)
    Circles\ellipses (.bon) Coordinates (.bon) Chi-square (.bon) Prof histo (.bon)
    Stairs-histo (.bon) Par. of Glob. Clust. (.bon) Least Squares fit (.bon) Normal Gaussians (.bon)
    Contour (.bon) per-rows plot (.bon) Celestial Sphere (.bon) Old oceanic pH (.bon)
    Moving average (.bon) Solar Irradiance (.bon) MACRO command (.bon), (.bmr) ISTAT Data (pdf) (.bon), (.dat)
    Anomalies97-11 (.bon) Anomalies, month (.bon) Weather Station (.bon) (.dat) (img) LAST Command (.bon) (.dat)
    Ave Glob Temp (.bon) Anom. NOAA (pdf) (.bon) (.dat) Screen coordin. (.bon) MTM/MEM spectra-f (.bon)
    MTM/MEM spectra-p (.bon) Lag plot (.bon) (?) (.dat) X-grid (.bon) Y-grid (.bon)
    Errors (pdf) (.bon) (.dat) (?) POWER (pdf) (.bon) (.dat)
    (.out) (norm)
    Press/Alt, (.bon), (.out), (.f) Cross-Correl. (.bon) (.out) data
    Auto-Correl., (.bon), (.out), data INSET, (pdf), (.bon), (.dat), (.out) -, (.bon), (.out), (.f) -, (.bon), (.out), data

    A video illustrates the WCOMM 99 command: flv (44MB).

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