[Ifeffit] how can i call the function of Athena or Artemis in Python

Bruce Ravel bravel at bnl.gov
Thu Dec 4 17:11:19 CST 2008

On Thursday 04 December 2008 05:52:09 pm Matt Newville wrote:
> I do agree that it would be very nice to have a set of standard
> functions and classes that were not tied to a particular GUI.   I
> think Bruce agrees too, hence Demeter.

It seems worth mentioning that Demeter is already highly usable and ships with 
numerous examples, including examples of doing the specific things Jack asked 

I use it for my own data analysis chores all the time.  In fact, just today I 
wrote this rather elaborate data analysis example to show off some of 
Demeter's cool new Feff-related capabilities:

Of course, using Demeter means writing perl programs.  But that ain't *so* 
bad, is it...?



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