Data for figures or figure subparts are stored in either an hdf file or a text file with the corresponding name. Below are listed the names and meanings of the data contained within these files.
fig1.hdf
x = array of x values
f(0.1) = blob-hole function at t = 0.1
f(2) = blob-hole function at t = 2
f(4) = blob-hole function at t = 4
f(8) = blob-hole function at t = 8
fig2.hdf
x = array of x values of dimension 121
y = array of y values of dimension 101
x = array of time values of dimension 8
data = blob-hole data of dimension (121,101,8) vs (x,y,t)
fig3.hdf
x = array of x values
C(xref=-2) = correlation values vs x at xref = -2 (base case)
C(xref=+2) = correlation values vs x at xref = +2 (base case)
fig4a.hdf
x = array of x values
Cm(0) = correlation values vs x at xref = -2 for nrms = 0
Cp(0) = correlation values vs x at xref = +2 for nrms = 0
Cm(0.2) = correlation values vs x at xref = -2 for nrms = 0.2 (base case)
Cp(0.2) = correlation values vs x at xref = +2 for nrms = 0.2 (base case)
Cm(0.5) = correlation values vs x at xref = -2 for nrms = 0.5
Cp(0.5) = correlation values vs x at xref = +2 for nrms = 0.5
fig4b.hdf
x = array of x values
Cm(1) = correlation values vs x at xref = -2 for sigma = 1 (base case)
Cp(1) = correlation values vs x at xref = +2 for sigma = 1 (base case)
Cm(0.25) = correlation values vs x at xref = -2 for sigma = 0.25
Cp(0.25) = correlation values vs x at xref = +2 for sigma = 0.25
Cm(4) = correlation values vs x at xref = -2 for sigma = 4
Cp(4) = correlation values vs x at xref = +2 for sigma = 4
fig4c.hdf
x = array of x values
C(xref=-2) = correlation values vs x at xref = -2 (base case)
C(xref=+2) = correlation values vs x at xref = +2 (base case)
C(xref=-3)) = correlation values vs x at xref = -3
C(xref=+6) = correlation values vs x at xref = +6
fig4d.hdf
x = array of x values
Cm(-0.2) = correlation values vs x at xref = -2 for hole velocity = -0.2 (base case)
Cp(-0.2) = correlation values vs x at xref = +2 for hole velocity = -0.2 (base case)
Cm(-1) = correlation values vs x at xref = -2 for hole velocity = -1
Cp(-1) = correlation values vs x at xref = +2 for hole velocity = -1
fig4e.hdf
x = array of x values
Cm(2) = correlation values vs x at xref = -2 for hole lifetime = 2 (base case)
Cp(2) = correlation values vs x at xref = +2 for hole lifetime = 2 (base case)
Cm(inf) = correlation values vs x at xref = -2 for hole lifetime = infinity
Cp(inf) = correlation values vs x at xref = +2 for hole lifetime = infinity
Cm(1) = correlation values vs x at xref = -2 for hole lifetime = 1
Cp(1) = correlation values vs x at xref = for hole lifetime = 1
fig5.hdf
rrms = array of normlized noise values
Cmin(0.1) = correlation values vs rrms at xref = +2 for mu = 0.1 (base case)
Cmin(0.2) = correlation values vs x at xref = +2 for mu = 0.2
Cmin(0.3) = correlation values vs x at xref = +2 for mu = 0.3
Cmin(0.1,2) = correlation values vs x at xref = +2 for mu = 0.1 and hole lifetime = 2
fig6a.hdf
x = array of x values of dimension 41
y = array of y values of dimension 40
xb = x position of the blob at successive times
yb = y position of the blob at successive times
xh = x position of the hole at successive times
yh = y position of the hole at successive times
data1 = correlation function for (xref,yref) = (-2,0)
data2 = correlation function for (xref,yref) = (+2,0)
fig6b.hdf
x = array of x values of dimension 41
y = array of y values of dimension 40
xb = x position of the blob at successive times
yb = y position of the blob at successive times
xh = x position of the hole at successive times
yh = y position of the hole at successive times
data1 = correlation function for (xref,yref) = (-2,0)
data2 = correlation function for (xref,yref) = (+2,0)
fig7b.hdf
x = array of x values of dimension 41
y = array of y values of dimension 40
xb = x position of the blob at successive times
yb = y position of the blob at successive times
xh = x position of the hole at successive times
yh = y position of the hole at successive times
Cm4 = correlation function for xref = -4
Cm2 = correlation function for xref = -2
C0 = correlation function for xref = 0
Cp2 = correlation function for xref = +2
Cp4 = correlation function for xref = +4
fig7c.hdf
x = array of x values of dimension 21
y = array of y values of dimension 21
Cm4 = correlation function for xref = -4
Cm2 = correlation function for xref = -2
C0 = correlation function for xref = 0
Cp2 = correlation function for xref = +2
Cp4 = correlation function for xref = +4
fig9.txt (output from code /p/gpi/szweben/gpi2d_26.pro)
columns 1 and 2: radius (cm) and z (cm) for starting point of correlation analysis
columns 3: correlation lag in micro-sec
columns 4 and 5: i column and j row of minimum of time-delayed correlation
column 6: magnitude of minimum of time-delayed correlation
columns 7 and 8: i column and j row of maximum of time-delayed correlation
column 9: magnitude of maximum of time-delayed correlation
fig11.txt (output from code /p/gpi/szweben/myrabh_4.pro)
columns 1 and 2: i column and j row for starting point of correlation analysis
columns 3: correlation lag time in �sec
columns 4 and 5: i column and j row of minimum of time-delayed correlation
column 6: magnitude of minimum of time-delayed correlation
columns 7 and 8: i column and j row of maximum of time-delayed correlation
column 9: magnitude of maximum of time-delayed correlation
fig12.txt (output from code /p/gpi/szweben/gpihole_6.pro)
column 1: shot number
column 2: time index
column 3: time (msec)
column 4: norm. GPI signal @ r=-6 cm, z=0
column 5: norm. GPI signal @ r=-3 cm, z=0
column 6: norm. GPI signal @ r=-0 cm, z=0
column 7: norm. GPI signal @ r=+3 cm, z=0
column 8: norm. GPI signal @ r=+6 cm, z=0
fig13.txt (output from /p/gpi/szweben/gpihole_7.pro)
column 1: shot number
column 2: normalized signal amplitude in bins of 0.1 (e.g. 0 = 0.0-0.1)
column 3: number of points in normalized signal for each bin of column 2
column 4: blank
column 5: frame number for holes
column 6: i pixel of minimal hole for that frame
column 7: j pixel of minimal hole in that frame
column 8: value of normalized signal at minimal hole
column 9: value of dihole for that frame (jump of minimal value between frames)
column 10: blank
column 11: frame number for blobs
column 12: i pixel of maximum blob for that frame
column 13: j pixel of maximum blob in that frame
column 14: value of normalized signal at maximum blob
column 15: value of diblob for that frame (jump of maximum value between frames)
fig14.txt (output from /p/gpi/szweben/gpihole_7.pro)
column 1: shot index number
column 2: shot number
column 3: vi_blob in pixels/frame
column 4: vi_hole in pixels/frame
Other notes:
The terms "blobs" and "holes" used in these files are synonymous with maxima and
minima used in the main text, where the relationship between the two terminologies is
discussed more fully.