[Ifeffit] Saving and reopening project files in Artemis 0.9.18.2 on Windows 8.0 Pro x64
bravel at bnl.gov
Fri Feb 28 09:35:32 CST 2014
I've changed my mind about this.
Importing chi(k) data directly into Artemis does not seem to work,
regardless of the content of the column data file.
However, putting your .cho file into Athena then into Artemis works for me.
Importing chi(k) data directly into Artemis should be considered broken
in the current version of Artemis.
On 02/28/2014 10:11 AM, Bruce Ravel wrote:
> On 02/28/2014 08:46 AM, Godfrey, Ian wrote:
>> 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
> One of the central problems here is that the error message, "This data
> file does not exist", is vague and unhelpful in this context.
> I am having trouble finding my way through your recipe and the data
> you have provided. As a result, I am not 100% sure what the problem
> is. However, I have a strong hunch. You'll let me know, I hope, if
> the following pans out.
> I was unable to properly import your foilref.cho file into Artemis,
> although I can import it into Athena just fine. Artemis just isn't as
> clever about interpreting data as Athena is. That is because, in the
> work flow that I recommend for my software, it doesn't have to be. It
> turns out that the option to import chi(k) data into Artemis is
> expecting your chi(k) data to be on a uniform grid that starts at 0.
> Admittedly, that's not well documented.
> Your .cho file is not in the form that Artemis expects.
> I am kind of astonished that things worked as well as they did for
> you. I am suspicious that the irregular chi(k) data was saved in some
> way incorrectly. When you reopened the .fpj file, it was imported
> incorrectly. Examining the contents of your .fpj file confirms that
> something odd happened to the data. Unfortunately, Demeter didn't
> complain until you tried to run a new fit -- long after the problem
> If you simply must use VIPER's output as the input to Artemis, here is
> my suggested work-around. Import the .cho file into Athena and save
> an Athena project file. This will interpolate your data onto an even
> k-grid with zero padding at the beginning. Save the Athena project
> file and import it into Artemis.
> Try that and let me know if that gets you over the hurdle.
> Of course, there are two other work-arounds. The first is to use
> Athena rather than VIPER to process your data. The second is to use
> VIPER rather than Artemis to analyze your data :)
> I will put this issue with importing non-standard chi(k) data directly
> into Artemis on the to do list, but I see it as an edge case that may
> not get huge attention.
Bruce Ravel ------------------------------------ bravel at bnl.gov
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Synchrotron Science Group at NSLS --- Beamlines U7A, X24A, X23A2
Upton NY, 11973
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