I am no longer supporting DEFNODE. Upgrade to TDEFNODE.
Here is some help
TDEFNODE is a time-dependent version of DEFNODE, allowing for analyzing deformation transients as well as block motions.
Bugs and Fixes
Papers using DEFNODE/TDEFNODE
InSAR data: Earlier version had an error in calculating east and north InSAR displacements. This has been fixed. The program reads the look vector as ground to satellite unit vector or calculates it from incidence angle and heading. The sign is reversed when dotted with surface displacement vector, so that calculated change in LOS is negative if ground moves toward satellite. If your data are opposite, that is, positive LOS change is shortening of the distance to the satellite, use a negative for the file index number in the IS: line, which flips the sign of the LOS change as they are read in.
Global CMT solutions
GMT5 bash plotting script from D. Mencin and P. Vernant