Start up the general sequence analysis software.
Next start up the GCG software.
Now specify what type of graphical output you require:
SELECT GRAPHICS OUTPUT DEVICE FOR GKS
For GCG programs graphics output is sent to the most recent choice.
Terminal devices Last selected device: NONE
0 = NONE Unselect terminal AND plotter
1 = P7800 Pericom or Monteray MG100, MG200
2 = TEKBBC Agreterm ROM Tektronix 4010/4014 emulator
3 = TEKPCK Kermit running Tektronix 4010/4014 emulator
4 = X11 XWindows
5 = TEK4207 EMUTEK, Pericom MX7200, or Tektronix 4207
6 = VT340 VT340 colour terminal
Plotter devices Last selected device: UNIPICT
7 = CALCOMP81 Plotter (A3 or A4 paper)
8 = BBCSE293 Plotter (A3 or A4 paper)
9 = HP7475 Plotter (A3 or A4 paper)
10 = DECLN03 Laser printer
11 = METAFILE GKS metafile
12 = UNIPICT Unipict file
13 = POST Postscript (laserwriter) file
GCG graphic output currently UNIPICT to WISC.UPI
Choose one device by name or number (* P7800 *) : Emutek
The last prompt asks you to specify where to send the graphics output - directly to your terminal (the default), or to save it in a file.
The port name TERMINAL sends graphics output to a VDU. OR
Enter a file name to port TEK4207 output to disk (* TERMINAL *):
You may ignore the statement "..select one TERMINAL and one FILE".
Test your selection using the PLOTTEST program:
NB: Non-AFRC sites may have a SETPLOT command, providing a list of the devices supported at that site. Use SETPLOT instead of GKSTERM.