Changeset 145


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Dec 4, 2009 5:01:09 PM (11 years ago)
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toby
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# on 2000/05/18 15:32:42, toby did:
add Tcl/tk logo, general editing

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    1515alt="Link to National Institute of Standards & Technology home page"
    1616ALIGN=LEFT></A>
     17<CENTER>
     18<A Href="http://www.ncnr.nist.gov/programs/crystallography/software/tclpkgs.html">
     19<IMG SRC="tcltklogo100.gif"
     20alt="Link to Tcl/Tk information">
     21</CENTER></A>
     22<hr>
     23
    1724<center>
    1825<h1>
    1926Intro to EXPGUI</h1></center>
    20 <hr>
    21 <P><blockquote>
    22 <CENTER><B>What is EXPGUI?</B></CENTER><P>
    23 EXPGUI is a graphical user interface (GUI) editor for GSAS
     27<P>
     28<B>What is EXPGUI?</B><P>
     29<blockquote>
     30EXPGUI is a graphical user interface (GUI) editor for
     31<A Href="http://www.ncnr.nist.gov/programs/crystallography/software/gsas.html">
     32GSAS</A>
    2433experiment (.EXP) files and shell which allows all the other GSAS programs
    25 to be executed with a GUI, similar to the <a href="http://www.ncnr.nist.gov/programs/crystallography/software/tkGSAS.html">tkGSAS</a>
    26 shell. EXPGUI is not a replacement for the GSAS program EXPEDT, as there
    27 are many things that EXPGUI cannot do. I have tried to put most of the
    28 actions that I use most frequently and that could be easily accommodated
    29 into EXPGUI.</blockquote>
     34to be executed with a GUI.
     35EXPGUI is not a replacement for the GSAS program EXPEDT.
     36EXPGUI can do at best 10% of what
     37EXPEDT can do -- but that 10% covers most of the
     38actions that I use frequently (and that I could code without a major effort).
     39</blockquote>
    3040
    3141<p><br><B>Is there documentation?</B>
     
    4454<A HREF="expgui_cfg.html">
    4555Customization notes</A>
    46 </UL></blockquote>
     56</UL>
     57Contributions of additional documents or improvements to me
     58is greatly encouraged.
     59</blockquote>
    4760
    4861<P><B>So what can EXPGUI do?</B>
     
    6174
    6275<dt>
    63 <IMG SRC="new.gif" HEIGHT=13 WIDTH=36>
     76<IMG SRC="note.gif">
    6477Creating new .EXP files and adding phases, histograms and atoms
    6578(EXPGUI version 1.17 and later).</dt>
     79
     80<dt>
     81<IMG SRC="new.gif" HEIGHT=13 WIDTH=36>
     82Editing and creating [hard] constraints on atomic parameters.
     83</dt>
    6684
    6785</blockquote>
     
    7189delete atoms or change their type.
    7290It cannot create or edit soft constraints
    73 or hard constraints. It cannot be used on
    74 phases with magnetic scattering or on single-crystal histograms. It can't
     91or other that atomic hard constraints. It cannot be used on
     92magnetic scattering parameters or on single-crystal histograms. It can't
    7593even change the profile function number. It also can't change the
    7694excluded data regions.
     
    96114<blockquote>Gee, you want to add some features... Great! You have all the
    97115EXPGUI sources and Tcl/Tk is free. Oh, you want me to do it. Well, I might
    98 get to it if you ask. I am looking for good ideas on how to design GUI's
    99 for different aspects of experiment editing, for example:how to code and
    100 edit hard constraints with an attractive, intuitive and compact GUI.</blockquote>
     116get to it if you ask, particularly if you help.
     117I am looking for good ideas on how to design GUI's
     118for different aspects of experiment editing,
     119with an attractive, intuitive and compact GUI.</blockquote>
    101120
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