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     3   <META NAME="Author" CONTENT="Brian H. Toby">
    34   <title>Intro to EXPGUI
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     9<A HREF=http://www.ncnr.nist.gov>
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     15alt="Link to National Institute of Standards & Technology home page"
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    1019Intro to EXPGUI</h1></center>
    11 What is EXPGUI?<img SRC="2s.gif" align=RIGHT>
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    13 <blockquote>EXPGUI is a graphical user interface (GUI) editor for GSAS
     20<hr>
     21<P><blockquote>
     22<CENTER><B>What is EXPGUI?</B></CENTER><P>
     23EXPGUI is a graphical user interface (GUI) editor for GSAS
    1424experiment (.EXP) files and shell which allows all the other GSAS programs
    1525to be executed with a GUI, similar to the <a href="http://www.ncnr.nist.gov/programs/crystallography/software/tkGSAS.html">tkGSAS</a>
     
    1929into EXPGUI.</blockquote>
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    21 <p><br>Is there documentation?
     31<p><br><B>Is there documentation?</B>
    2232<blockquote>Some. There is:
    2333<UL>
     
    3646</UL></blockquote>
    3747
    38 <P>So what can EXPGUI do?
     48<P><B>So what can EXPGUI do?</B>
    3949<blockquote>
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    59 <p><br>So what can't EXPGUI do?
     69<p><br><B>So what can't EXPGUI do?</B>
    6070<blockquote>Much more than it can do. At this time, EXPGUI can't
    6171delete atoms or change their type.
     
    7181</blockquote>
    7282
    73 <p><br>What type of computers will EXPGUI run on?
     83<p><br><B>What type of computers will EXPGUI run on?</B>
    7484<blockquote>EXPGUI requires Tcl/Tk. While that is somewhat restrictive,
    7585it still means that EXPGUI will run on many more platforms than GSAS does.
     
    7888where GSAS does (except perhaps VMS).</blockquote>
    7989
    80 <p><br>Who is to blame for EXPGUI?
     90<p><br><B>Who is to blame for EXPGUI?</B>
    8191<blockquote>The initial version of the GUI part of EXPGUI was created by
    8292Jonathan Wasserman (thanks Jon!) <a href="http://www.ncnr.nist.gov/staff/toby/">Brian
    8393Toby</a> is irresponsible for the rest.</blockquote>
    8494
    85 <p><br>EXPGUI would be much more of use to me if....
     95<p><br><B>EXPGUI would be much more of use to me if....</B>
    8696<blockquote>Gee, you want to add some features... Great! You have all the
    8797EXPGUI sources and Tcl/Tk is free. Oh, you want me to do it. Well, I might
     
    90100edit hard constraints with an attractive, intuitive and compact GUI.</blockquote>
    91101
    92 <p><br>Mailing List
     102<p><br><B>Mailing List</B>
    93103<blockquote>If you would like to get news about EXPGUI, please send
    94104<a href="mailto:brian.toby@nist.gov?subject=EXPGUI Mailing List">Brian.Toby@NIST.GOV</a> e-mail and I
     
    98108</blockquote>
    99109
    100 <p><br>
     110<p><br><B>A picture</B>
     111<img SRC="2s.gif" align=top
     112alt="example picture of the EXPGUI interface">
     113
    101114<hr WIDTH="100%">
    102115<p>Neither the author nor the U.S. Government makes any warranty, expressed
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