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MSAT Readme =========== This directory contains the MATLAB source and support files for the MATLAB Seismic Anisotropy Toolkit (MSAT). To install and use the toolkit, follow the instructions below. License and copyright --------------------- MSAT is distributed under the terms of a 3-clause BSD style license. This means you can redistribute the toolkit as long as you follow three simple rules outlined near the top of each Matlab source file. Copyright remains with the authors, James Wookey and Andrew Walker with other copyright holders named in individual source files. Installing ---------- Once you have uncompressed the distributed tar file installation is completed by telling Matlab where to find the source code and documentation. Start up Matlab and use the "Set Path..." option from the File menu to open the path setting dialogue. Use the "Add Folder..." button to open a file browser, navigate the msat subdirectory (of the directory containing this file), select it and choose "open". This adds the MSAT functions and documentation to your path. Choose "Save" to make this change permanent. Documentation ------------- Once MSAT has been installed documentation on all functions can be found by typing "help MS_funcname" at the Matlab command prompt. Documentation can also be found using the Matlab help browser and clicking on the MSAT Toolbox section of the contents page. Further help ------------ For additional assistance contact the authors, James Wookey <firstname.lastname@example.org> and Andrew Walker <email@example.com>.