[Ifeffit] rebinning data
newville at cars.uchicago.edu
Mon Nov 4 17:19:42 CST 2002
On Mon, 4 Nov 2002, Carlo U. Segre wrote:
> hello All:
> This is to bring back up a subject that was discussed a few months ago on
> the list. We have been diligently working on a python algorithm for
> rebinning XAFS data from high point density slew scans. I have been
> testing it and I hope that there will be a complete version available
> shortly. It is in the form of a unix filter which takes a few parameters
> (edge energy, energy above the edge where rebinning is to begin, step size
> in k for rebinning) and spits out a modified file for each input file.
> There are just a couple of small glitches in how it handles data points
> with the same energy (this causes athena to pop up an annoying dialog) but
> that should be solved this week.
> I am more than happy to send it to anyone who would like it. Matt, I
> remember that you had suggested that we send code.
Yes -- that would be great!! I've been sort of lax on this
topic, and have not done anything to implement an automated
binning mechanism. If you're happy with this approach, I'd be
willing to try to put this in the core, either as a separate
command, or as part of the spline() command.
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