[Ifeffit] Re: I should be able to find this somewhere...

matthew marcus mamarcus at lbl.gov
Tue Jan 17 14:10:14 CST 2006

Here's the one I sent to Bruce.  It's a fit of hematite.  Look at fit11, which is the best of the bunch.  The later
fits represent lots of screwing around I did.  It seems that some projects show this problem and others don't.  I
wonder if it may be because the data didn't come from Athena, but was interpolated from my programs.

Matt Newville wrote:
> Hi Matthew,
> > I tried that.  The fit I'm thinking of is pretty good.  Subtraction by eye disagrees
> > grossly with what I see.  I suspect it's another one of those Windows-and-Linux
> > things.
> Hmm, not sure.  A simple fit I've been working on in Windows and Mac
> OS does look like it's showing the residual correctly (and
> consistently on both systems).
> Can you send an example project?
> Thanks,
> --Matt
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