Changeset 1147


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Timestamp:
Jul 6, 2011 10:59:49 AM (10 years ago)
Author:
toby
Message:

adding atoms to match disabled tabs

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tutorials/tutorial1
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  • tutorials/tutorial1/index.html

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    2929<A HREF="http://www.nist.gov/cgi-bin/exit_nist.cgi?url=http://www.ccp14.ac.uk/ccp/ccp14/ftp-mirror/gsas/public/gsas/manual/GSASManual.pdf">
    3030GSAS manual</A> (pages 18-63 in the 9/1/94 edition) but
    31 using EXPGUI instead of EXPEDT, as done in the manual.
     31using EXPGUI instead of EXPEDT, as done in the manual. These web
     32pages were created in ~2002 and since then EXPGUI has advanced in many
     33ways, so the program may behave slightly differently in places.
    3234
    3335<P>
  • tutorials/tutorial1/nickel1.html

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  • tutorials/tutorial1/nickel2.html

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    2727
    2828
    29 The next step is to define a phase. (Note that
    30 in EXPEDT, one must define a phase before reading in
    31 histograms but in EXPGUI, this can be done in either order.)
     29The next step is to define a phase. EXPGUI will [now] only allow
     30access to the Phase pane until a phase has been added with at least
     31one atom.
    3232Switch to the Phase pane, and press the "Add Phase" button.
    3333Enter the appropriate information in the
     
    5757</a>
    5858<BR clear=left>
    59 While we could add atoms to the phase now, this will be done later to
    60 keep in sync with the GSAS tutorial.
    61 
    62 <P><BR>(.EXP Snapshot:
     59<P><BR>(.EXP Snapshot at this point:
    6360<A HREF="ftp://ftp.ncnr.nist.gov/pub/cryst/gsas/tutorials/nickel2.exp">
    6461nickel2.exp
    6562</A>)
    66 
     63<P>
     64 While the GSAS tutorial adds an atom to the phase later, in EXPGUI this
     65is done now.
     66<img src="addatom1.gif" align=right>
     67If there were more than one phase, we would Select a phase by pressing the "1" button in the upper left.
     68Then add an atom to the model by pressing the "Add New Atom" button
     69in the lower right side of the Phase pane
     70After entering the atom type, the
     71coordinates added, and changing the Uiso value to match the example,
     72press "Add" to add the atom to the .EXP file.
     73<BR clear=left><P>
     74<img src="addatom2.gif" align=left>
     75A box then optionally appears, as shown to the left, to show the results when the atom is read into EXPTOOL.
     76<BR clear=left><P>
     77<img src="addatom3.gif">
     78<BR clear=left>
     79Note that the atom now appears on the phase page. Also note that the cell
     80will not be refined, since the "Refine Cell" checkbutton in the upper right
     81is not checked. Nor are any atomic parameters being refined, since X V and F
     82do not appear in the ref./damp column.
    6783<BR clear=left>
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  • tutorials/tutorial1/nickel3.html

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  • tutorials/tutorial1/nickel4.html

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  • tutorials/tutorial1/nickel5.html

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  • tutorials/tutorial1/nickel6.html

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  • tutorials/tutorial1/nickel7.html

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    2626</H1>
    2727
    28 Before the model can be refined to better fit the data, the
    29 structure must be entered. When starting with a new model
     28Before the model can be refined to better fit the data, one must
     29decide on the order of parameters to be optimized.
     30When starting with a new model
    3031it is a good idea to refine the scale factors for each histogram
    3132and the background terms before refining any structural parameters.
    32 So EXPGUI will be used to check which parameters are set to be refined.
     33So below EXPGUI will be used to check which parameters are set to be refined.
    3334
    34 <img src="addatom1.gif" align=left>
    35 Select a phase by pressing the "1" button in the upper left.
    36 Then add an atom to the model by pressing the "Add New Atom" button
    37 in the lower right side of the Phase pane
    38 <a href="nickel2.html#phasepane">(shown in part 2)</a>.
    39 After entering the atom type, the
    40 coordinates added, and changing the Uiso value to match the example,
    41 press "Add" to add the atom to the .EXP file.
    42 <BR clear=left><P>
    43 <img src="addatom2.gif" align=left>
    44 A box then appears, as shown to the left, to show the results when the atom is read into EXPTOOL.
    45 <BR clear=left><P>
    46 <img src="addatom3.gif">
    47 <BR clear=left>
    48 Note that the atom now appears on the phase page. Also note that the cell
    49 will not be refined, since the "Refine Cell" checkbutton in the upper right
    50 is not checked. Nor are any atomic parameters being refined, since X V and F
    51 do not appear in the ref./damp column.
    52 <BR clear=left>
    53 <P>
    5435<img src="bkg1.gif">
    5536<BR clear=left>
     
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  • tutorials/tutorial1/nickel8.html

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  • tutorials/tutorial1/nickel9.html

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