|Revisiting SEP tour with Madagascar and SCons|
Similarly to SU and SEPlib, RSF programs can be piped and executed from the command line, for example:
bash$ sfspike n1=1000 k1=300 title="\s200 Welcome to \c2 RSF" | \ sfbandpass fhi=2 phase=1 | sfwiggle | sfpen
If you are already familiar with SEPlib, you can find most of the familiar programs with the names prepended by ``sf''.
Typing a command without arguments, should produce a concise self-documentation.
The recommended way of using RSF, however, is not with the command line but with SCons and ``SConstruct'' files.