[Ifeffit] Generating single scattering paths in Artemis
Carlo U. Segre
segre at iit.edu
Wed Jan 5 18:04:07 CST 2005
I agree, this is an option but my comments from before still hold. It
does require some specific knowledge of the structure of a feff input
file. This is most likely not as approachable for a beginning user who
has never seen a FORTRAN program with its input files.
On Wed, 5 Jan 2005, Michael A Groves wrote:
> Sorry about that... Hit the wrong button.
> Anyway, as I was saying, to make a single scattering path is easy-- just open
> the theory menu in Artemis, click the "New feff input template" button, and
> fill in the template that opens up. You can put in as many atoms as you
> want, and it does work perfectly well if you only have two. All you need to
> know are a few details about what's in a feff input file, and it is
> relatively quick and painless.
> The only thing that tripped me up was: there are some underscores in the
> template to show you where to type in certain information, and before you hit
> the "run feff" button you need to get rid of all of those or it won't run.
> If you want to experiment with different coordinations, you can just play
> with the path degeneracy in Artemis.
> If I've missed some essential details, let me know, but it seems like this
> works fine...
> Mike Groves
> UW Physics
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