Specifying GEOPRT (no argument) or GEOPRT = 0 will cause the quality measure and the elevations at all sites for all scans in each trial geodetic sequence to be printed while trying to specify a new sequence. The output will go to sched.runlog. This can be a considerable amount of print and is only recommended when trying to understand what the algorithm is doing. If you are a glutton for punishment, use GEOPRT = 1 or even GEOPRT = 2 to cause a lot of information from the source choosing process to be spewed out. This is likely only useful when debugging the software and won't make much sense without looking at the code to see what all the numbers are.