sfslice extracts a slice from the data given by a curve (in 2-D) or a surface (in 3-D).
The right plot in the following example from gee/prc/bob shows the semblance extracted using sfslice from the semblance scan along the trajectory picked with sfpick.
sfslice does not have parameters other than pick=, which points to the file with the surface for extraction.
It performs a simple linear interpolation to extract the values.
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sfbargraph is a new plotting program for displaying data as bars.
The bottom plot in the figure below shows a simple example from rsf/rsf/sfnoise.
The unique parameters of sfbargraph include width= for controling the relative width of the bars and stack= to control if the bars from multiple input traces should be stacked on top of one another.
The other parameters are shared with other plotting programs.