[Ifeffit] plotting Fourier-filtered data

Bruce Ravel ravel at phys.washington.edu
Mon Apr 19 10:57:55 CDT 2004

On Monday 19 April 2004 11:19 am, Tamas Varga wrote:
> I want to make plots of Fourier-filtered 1st shell EXAFS data
> (chi(k)), so in Artemis I opened up my project file (feff
> calculation+my data) and highlighted the paths I want to include
> (1st shell), then clicked on "Plot q", which is, as far as I know,
> Fourier-filtered k-space...The plot I'm getting then should be for
> the FF chi(k) data for the selected path(s).  Could anyone confirm
> that this is the right way to do this or correct me if I'm wrong?

What you describe is how I intend the "Plot q" button to behave (with
the additional detail that the fitting range in R is also used as the
backtransform range from R to q).

The last time I checked, that was not only my intention, but also the
actual behavior. ;-)


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