you can include source command in your bash_profile which is then called upon every startup (and includes the folders defined in it).
It is similar to the PATH variable in Windows which allows to call the commands in the listed directories from any location.
But I have never done it, I always manually source the StaMPS config file, because I don’t need it that often.
please understand that we cannot easily know the problem by looking at these outputs. There can be many reasons why the script does not find the data in the given folder. But we need more information to help you.
Your screenshots above indicate that the data exported from SNAP lies in /home/endashaw/INSAR_master_date
if dem, diff0, geo, rslc are inside this folder, the script should be able to run.
Do they contain the data as required? An example is given here: Workflow between SNAP and StaMPS
it is hard to understand your setting and think of potential error sources when you switch the configurations which you presented in earlier posts.
Do you have any colleagues who could have a look at your setting? I honestly can’t find the error source like this. Have you checked the contents of the folders exported by SNAP? How many images do you use?
I have used 16 images and i have 15 interferograms previously i have tried to go up to stamp step four unfortunately my computer had formated thats why i am trying to install stamp again…this is to tell the data has no a problem my problem is on installation and running stams
After installing successfully all the necessary software packages, StaMPS should work smoothly (except for Step 2 where you have to update your ps_load_initial_gamma.m in the matlab folder under StaMPS-4.1-beta).
Let me share to you my StaMPS_CONFIG.bash and StaMPS_CONFIG.tcsh files as shown below. Just change the username (i.e. ryeramirez in this case) to an appropriate one. Please note that I am using snap2stamps for the pre-processing part.