[Ifeffit] Fuzzy degeneracy

Bruce Ravel bravel at bnl.gov
Thu Apr 7 08:02:33 CDT 2016

On 04/07/2016 06:30 AM, Panagiotis Mougkogiannis wrote:
> I am quite new in the field and I was reading your paper : ''*Path
> degeneracy and EXAFS analysis of disordered materials, Journal of
> Synchrotron Radiation,volume 21, issue 6, pages 1269-1274,year 2014''.
> *A simple question, Where can I find the Ti K-edge data of CaZrTi2O7 in
> order to manipulate EXAFS data analysis by myself?

I just added the data to my collection of XAS training materials


You can download the big zip file or follow this direct link to the 
Athena project file in the git repository:


(Click the link that says "View Raw" and you should be prompted to 
download the file.)

> and something more
> How do you plot in the same figure the paths of  strict and fuzzy
> degeneracy -Figure1a-? What I managed to do  is in the attached picture
> ( 4 figures with the strict and fuzzy degeneracy)...

I'm not quite sure what you are asking, but I think the answer you are 
looking for is that I didn't use Artemis.  I ran feff with and without 
fuzzy degeneracy and wrote the paths to column data files


I then used a plotting program to make the plot I wanted for the paper.

Artemis is /not/ a plotting program.  It's an EXAFS program that makes a 
few plots.  If you want something else, you have to do it yourself.


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