[Ifeffit] Athena deglitch problem
satty334 at gmail.com
Mon Dec 16 12:42:25 CST 2013
> > Now it seems working well except some minor things, I can remove the
> > from the data, the random point selection by software works better for
> > rebinned data. I think the only problem I have now is I still cannot move
> > the cursor after double click (I can only remove the points which the
> > software decides - at least now it choose the points where I double
> > When i move my mouse cursor on the plot, it shows the correct
> I'm still a bit confused about whether this actually working for you.
> The data you sent has fairly large arrays (>2400 points), but all the
> data was well-ordered in energy... I think that should "just work",
> without needing re-binning. And it does for me, and I don't see how
> re-binning would affect this.
* If I don't rebin the data, Athena will not choose the point which I am
intend to remove (I think i have some minor issues here). If I rebin the
data from ~ 2400 to 350 points, Athena will work correctly.*
> I think it's always been the case that you double-click near the point
> to be removed, and hope that Athena does select the one you intended.
*This works perfect for rebinned data. *
> > I have one clarifications, when u choose the option to deglitch the data
> > (rebinned or non rebinned data), does the x(E) data plot looks like in
> > attached file (line) or it looks like sets of blue round points same
> size as
> > cursor.
> For me, it looks very much like the image you attached. I do not see
> a series of dots.
> > I think, the issue is solved except that I cannot move the randomly
> > point.
> Why can't you remove the point chosen? That seems like it's not
> working to me. Wasn't that the problem you were having?
*I mentioned "MOVE" in my above sentence, (Just to be more specific, when I
double click on the plot to choose a point, sometimes Athena select its own
random points away from the point where I clicked, when I try to drag that
randomly chosen cursor to the point of my interest, it will not work), IS
THIS NORMAL? *
*I will try to figure out all the possible ways for non-rebinned data, if
it does not work at least for now rebinned data works.*
> Again, it may be that I'm not understanding. Cheers,
> Message: 2
> Date: Mon, 16 Dec 2013 08:30:39 -0500
> From: Bruce Ravel <bravel at bnl.gov>
> To: XAFS Analysis using Ifeffit <ifeffit at millenia.cars.aps.anl.gov>
> Subject: Re: [Ifeffit] Handling time resolved data
> Message-ID: <52AF007F.4050600 at bnl.gov>
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> On 12/13/2013 09:00 AM, Ditty Dixon wrote:
> > Dear Bruce,
> > Recenetly we did some time resolved measurements, QEXAFS mode. While
> > the old Athena arranged the file as we want i.e file 1, 2, 3 etc, the
> > new did it bit different 1, 11 12 and again 2, 21 etc. Screenshot
> > attached. Why is it doing diffrently for the two version? Can it be
> > fixed some how.
> You haven't explained exactly where these data come from, so I am
> assuming that each scan was written to its own file and these files were
> imported into Athena.
> In Athena, data are imported in "ascii-betical" order, that is, sorted
> in order of characters in the ASCII chart:
> In that sense, Athena sorted your data as expected. As Chris pointed
> out, if you want things like
> to sort numerically by the number between the _ and the .spec, you need
> to format the them so that numerical and ascii-ordered sorting come out
> the same. This is done as
> For a quick exafs experiment, two digits is probably not enough, so
> you'd want something like
> I don't recall quite how the sorting worked in the old version of Athena
> (it has been over 5 years since I stopped working on it), but my vague
> memory is that, on Windows, they were imported in the order that they
> were clicked upon the file selection dialog. The way it is currently
> done is much better in that it is reproducible.
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