[Ifeffit] Adding new paths in new versions of Artemis
ravel at phys.washington.edu
Tue Mar 9 17:21:45 CST 2004
On Tuesday 09 March 2004 05:45 pm, Scott Calvin wrote:
> One of my students is using Artemis 0.7.001 on Windows XP. She started a
> project by running FEFF inside of Artemis, starting with only the first ten
> paths. This worked fine.
> Then she wanted to add more paths to the fit. If she clicks on FEFF1 in the
> paths list and then clicks on "Add a FEFF path" under either the FEFF or
> paths menu, she can select a path, but it makes it part of a new FEFF
> calculation. If she wants to bring in several additional paths one at a
> time, she ends up with them each listed under a different FEFF calculation!
> That was not the behavior of versions of Artemis prior to 0.7.000, and does
> not seem like it's the desired behavior.
Definately a bug, definately not the desired behavior. Yikes!
The only suggestions I can make for now are:
1. Run feff from within Artemis. What you describe does not happen
for me in that case.
2. Import all the paths and exclude or remove the ones you don't want.
or 3. Use the preferences dialog to set the "paths -> firstn"
variable to a sufficiently large number, then try starting the
I acknowledge that these solutions have their shortcomings, but I
probably will not have time to fix this problem before I head to NSLS
next week. It could be two or three weeks before I'll get around to
posting a solution.
Thanks for the bug report!
P.S. Is there a reason that running feff outside of artemis is
preferable? I am not criticizing -- I am just interested to know how
people are using this stuff so that Artemis can better serve your
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