[Ifeffit] Saving and reopening project files in Artemis 0.9.18.2 on Windows 8.0 Pro x64
i.godfrey at ucl.ac.uk
Fri Feb 28 08:16:16 CST 2014
Sorry, datafile attached.
Also sorry that I sent the original email twice - I got an automatic email from the Argonne labs virus checker that I assumed was from the mailing list, but I now have half a dozen of them so I assume they were actually sent when the email was delivered to individual recipients.
Industrial Doctorate Centre in Molecular Modelling and Materials Science,
Department of Chemistry,
University College London.
i.godfrey at ucl.ac.uk
From: ifeffit-bounces at millenia.cars.aps.anl.gov <ifeffit-bounces at millenia.cars.aps.anl.gov> on behalf of Bruce Ravel <bravel at bnl.gov>
Sent: 28 February 2014 14:02
To: XAFS Analysis using Ifeffit
Subject: Re: [Ifeffit] Saving and reopening project files in Artemis 0.9.18.2 on Windows 8.0 Pro x64
This is a confusing bug report. In your explanation, you dwell on the
fact that you are importing a specific chi(k) file. You then give
detailed instructions on how to reproduce the problem. However, you did
not attach that file.
The value of providing me with a recipe is so that I can do *exactly*
what you did. That means you have to provide me with all the
ingredients for the recipe.
On 02/28/2014 08:46 AM, Godfrey, Ian wrote:
> Dear All,
> I'm encountering a problem whenever I save a fitting project in Artemis
> (I have tried both the "Save Project" and "Save Current Fit" options
> from the file menu) and then try to reopen it . I have only encountered
> the issue with quick first shell fits, but I haven't tried anything else
> recently. Specifically the parameters in the paths list are reset to
> their default value (while those in the GDS window are not) when I
> reopen the file and when I try and fit the data again Artemis gives a
> message that:
> /"This data file does not exist"/
> The data file has not been moved, deleted or otherwise modified on my
> It may be relevant that I'm not importing an Athena project into
> Artemis, but I'm importing a chi(k) file (*.cho) exported from Viper
> (https://www.cells.es/Beamlines/CLAESS/software/viper.html) (export
> chi(k) on original grid).
> I also frequently get a/"perl.exe has stopped working A problem caused
> the programme to stop working correctly. Windows will close the program
> and notify you if a solution is available" /error from Windows when
> exiting Artemis, which could be related.
> I have attached Artemis log files from running the software to both save
> and open a project and I have attached an example problematic project file.
> To reproduce:
> * Start Artemis
> * File > Import > chi(k) data
> * Import a chi(k) data file
> * Set up a quick first shell fit
> * Customise some of the parameter names
> * Run a fit
> * File > Save Current Fit or File > Save Project (as)
> * Close Artemis
> * Reopen the saved project file
> * The parameter names in the paths list have been reset to their
> default (but those in GDS have not)
> * Run a fit
> * Artemis will complain that the data file is missing
> If anyone has any suggestions for a workaround or knows whether this is
> a bug in Artemis or a problem at my end I'd be grateful to hear.
> Ian Godfrey
> PhD Student,
> UCL/JAIST Programme,
> Industrial Doctorate Centre in Molecular Modelling and Materials Science,
> Department of Chemistry,
> University College London.
> i.godfrey at ucl.ac.uk <mailto:i.godfrey at ucl.ac.uk>
> 02076 794864
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National Institute of Standards and Technology
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