[Ifeffit] Bug in Athena?

Matt Newville newville at cars.uchicago.edu
Thu Nov 19 09:23:24 CST 2009

Is there ever a case where a merged reference channel is useful?

I thought the only possible use for a reference channel was for
comparing individual scans.  That is, prior to merging.


On Thu, Nov 19, 2009 at 6:45 AM, Zajac, Dariusz A.
<dariusz.zajac at desy.de> wrote:
> Dear Bruce, Dear All,
> maybe it is a naïve question but I want to ask and to point this problem...
> Windows XP. Athena 0.8.059
> Sc.Linux. Athena 0.8.060
> I have a set of data with refernces  (one sample, many scans). I have marked sample's groups and do "merge marked data in mu(E)" then I get merged data together with reference (2 groups: merge - sample, and Ref merge - reference).
> But...
> ...if I have marked reference sample's groups and do "merge" then I get 2 groups: merge - which is merged data of reference, and Ref merge - which is marged data of sample. Oposite to that I did in first example!
> Is any hidden idea, I can not see, why it should be that way? If you don't know about that, can confuse and surprise...
> cheers
> darek
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