[Ifeffit] How to fit "N" number of Neigbors in (D)Artemis?

Huaming Guo hmguo at cugb.edu.cn
Mon Aug 20 08:02:28 CDT 2012

Dear Colleague, 

I am using the (D)Artemis for EXAFS fitting. However, the "N" is set to be a
constant in the (D)Artemis. We can not set the variable for this parameter. How
can I do that if I model non crystalline samples using (D)Artemis? Thanks a lot.


Huaming Guo  

Prof.Dr. Huaming Guo 
School of Water Resources & Environment 
China University of Geosciences 
Beijing 100083 
Tel: 0086-10-82321366 
Fax: 0086-10-82321081 
Email: hmguo at cugb.edu.cn 

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