[Ifeffit] Athena: Target transform function not working
ginger.jesus at usask.ca
Thu Oct 17 14:55:42 CDT 2013
No worries on the delay, I totally understand. I've followed your
instructions and the Target Transform function is now working. Thanks for
On Thu, Oct 17, 2013 at 1:28 PM, Bruce Ravel <bravel at bnl.gov> wrote:
> On 10/02/2013 01:00 PM, John Hayes wrote:
>> I am trying to use Athena to do some PCA work and am having trouble
>> getting the target transform analysis to work. When I click the target
>> transform button no TT coefficients are produced and only a residual
>> that is shaped like the original spectrum to be transformed is plotted.
>> This seems to happen for all of my standards. (For my data in norm3.prj
>> I am doing the PCA on all the spectra that start with TMF and trying to
>> target transform the other spectra.)
>> I have also tried this with the cyanobacteria data in the XAS-Education
>> folder (also attached) to ensure it wasn't just a problem with my data.
>> I am still have the same problems with this file as well. The
>> dathena.log file and screenshot come from trying to target transform
>> using this file.
> Hi John,
> Sorry it took me so long to address this. As I mentioned in my last
> email, I didn't do much work on the software during the ridiculous
> US government shutdown which left me furloughed.
> This was just a bit of sloppiness on my part. While trying to make
> some improvements to the PCA part of Demeter, I simply left the target
> transform function in a non-wroking state. Sorry 'bout that.
> It will be fixed in the next release. If you would like to apply the
> fix imemdiately, you can do so by hand. Do the following:
> 1. Download
> 2. Save that as
> 3. Download
> 4. Save that as
> Both of those will overwrite existing files.
> Be careful that your browser does not change the filename to
> PCA.tt.txt or some such. The filenames should be exactly as shown.
> Note that both files are called PCA.pm, although they live in
> different folders. Don't get them confused -- they may not be
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