[Ifeffit] Problem with Demeter 0.9.18 pluck tool

Denis Testemale denis.testemale at grenoble.cnrs.fr
Mon Sep 30 08:17:49 CDT 2013

many thanks, choosing wxt did the trick (I had x11 set). It now says 
(see screenshot): my  value is 'wxt', Demeter value is 'x11'
I definitely have to take the time to look into those preferences and 
options. I should have done my homework.
Thanks again.

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> Date: Fri, 27 Sep 2013 13:25:03 -0400
> From: Bruce Ravel <bravel at bnl.gov>
> To: XAFS Analysis using Ifeffit <ifeffit at millenia.cars.aps.anl.gov>
> Subject: Re: [Ifeffit] Problem with Demeter 0.9.18 pluck tool
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> Denis,
> I have 13.04 on several of my machines at work and at home.  I do not
> see the behavior you are describing.  Let me try installing 13.04
> fresh on one of my computers and see if the same thing happens.  If
> not, I'll figure out how to troubleshoot.
> B
> On 09/27/2013 08:24 AM, Denis Testemale wrote:
>> Dear members of the list,
>> I finally got the opportunity to start using Dathena. I don't know if
>> I've found a bug or if I'm doing something stupid (chances are not too
>> low, actually...).
>> - I am using Ubuntu 13.04
>> - Demeter 0.9.18 (I did the upgrade to 0.9.18 but ran into some error
>> messages as reported on September 10th on this list, could they be
>> related to the behaviour I am reporting here?).
>> - I cannot say if it worked before the upgrade to 0.9.18 since I never
>> took the time to use Demeter properly until now.
>> I'm trying to pick/pluck a value from the graph.
>> - When I first launch Dathena, and I press a pluck button for the first
>> time I can see the expected message at the bottom of the GUI ("Double
>> click on a point to pluck its value ..."): as hard as I tried (I tried
>> many different combinations) I could never get the thing to work
>> (parameter value in the 'box' never records the value where I double
>> click). After 10s I see the 'Pluck timed out' message.
>> - Then, when I click again on the pluck button, a value is recorded
>> instantly in the 'box' without any double-clicking from me, and this
>> value is crazy. An example: for a low k parameter of the FT I get
>> -100000. The example in the attached screenshot shows a value for the
>> normalization range low limit at -107112.52eV (note that the E0 value is
>> 'integrated' in this number: the iron edge at 7112.52, see screenshot. I
>> tried another set of data, silver K edge and the same thing occured: a
>> weird number, with the E0 value inside, got recorded in the 'box).
>> - Same problem with Dartemis.
>> Tell me what I can do to help... or what I'm doing stupid.
>> Thanks.
>> denis
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