[Ifeffit] Data being overwritten in Artemis history window
i.godfrey at ucl.ac.uk
Wed Mar 11 23:19:38 CDT 2015
The history seems to be working fine now, but I'll let you know if I encounter any more issues, thanks.
As for the plots - I'm still experiencing the same issue, sometimes a line disappears; changing GNUPlot terminal doesn't seem to fix this. At the end of the day I think it's a problem I can live with, I only encounter it occasionally when I'm trying to zoom in to select a specific point accurately for something and I can scroll enough to get the line back...
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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: 10 March 2015 17:50
To: XAFS Analysis using Ifeffit
Subject: Re: [Ifeffit] Data being overwritten in Artemis history window
On 03/09/2015 04:17 AM, Godfrey, Ian wrote:
> In the history window some, but not all, data from previous fits seems
> to get overwritten when running a new fit. Specifically I've noticed
> this happening with the information in the "Data set" section. To
> reproduce run a QFS fit with some R-space fitting windows (say 2-4); at
> this point the log will be displayed correctly in the history window.
> Now change the R window (say 1.5-3.5) and run the fit again. When you go
> to the history window the R window information will be displayed
> correctly for the most recent fit but, for the previous fit it will have
> been overwritten by the newer fit. Some of the other info, such as
> R-factor by k-weight seems to get overwritten too.
I just pushed a fix for this to github and posted new windows installer
If you see any other questionable behavior in the history window let me
know. I think I understood the ramifications of the fix I made, but I am
not 100% certain.
The windows installers also include the most recent version of gnuplot.
Hopefully that will address your problem regarding zooming and
If it does not, try changing the gnuplot->terminal configuration
parameter to "qt". qt is one of the other terminal options in the new
version of gnuplot. It makes a pretty plot, but I like the controls on
the wxt terminal more. If you are unsatisfied with that, try setting it
to "windows", which is the third (and to my eye, the worst) of the three
plot terminal options. Hopefully one of them will work for you.
Bruce Ravel ------------------------------------ bravel at bnl.gov
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Synchrotron Science Group at NSLS-II
Upton NY, 11973
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