In this section, a compendium of the answered questions posed by the gLAB user comunity can be found:
A standard RINEX files package is distributed to do the SUM examples. It can be downloaded here.
It has succesfully been tested under Linux (Ubuntu 10.04 and above), Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10. In Windows 7 and above it is recommended to install it directly on the C folder (i.e., C:/gLAB).
gLAB will try to find an editor in "/usr/bin/gedit" and "/usr/bin/kedit", please install one of this editors.
gLAB tries to open KML files with Google Earth (except in Windows, that it will use the system default application for KML files). Therefore, Google Earth should be installed in your system.
Untill the moment, gLAB only reads Galileo/GLONASS Observation RINEXs to generate columnar output files. Read the tooltip of the Input message, in Positioning > Output > Messages > Input.
Yes. If you feel appropiate, you may consider to cite the gLAB paper: The ESA/UPC GNSS-Lab tool (gLAB): An advanced multipurpose package to process and analyse GNSS data. Proceedings of 5th ESA Workshop on Satellite Navigation User Equipment Technologies (NAVITEC), Noordwijk, The Netherlands, December 2010.
Yes, like in the previous case, when papers containing results or illustrations obtained using gLAB are being published, you may consider to cite the gLAB paper.