Changeset 481


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Dec 4, 2009 5:06:53 PM (11 years ago)
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toby
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# on 2001/10/31 20:12:15, toby did:
major revision for in-line routine

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    7272which describes the study.
    7373<P>
    74 <img SRC="exc1.gif" align=RIGHT alt="EXCLEDT Screen snapshot">
    75 The EXCLEDT program displays the data in a graph, (see the example to right)
     74<img SRC="exc1.gif" alt="EXCLEDT Screen snapshot">
     75<br clear=all>
     76The EXCLEDT program displays the data in a graph, (see the example above)
    7677with the observed data as data points (black X's by default)
    7778and the computed values as a line (red by default). Any excluded data points
     
    9798clicking on diagonal points in the region with the left mouse button
    9899(see below) or "zoomed out" with the right mouse button.
    99 <br clear=all>
     100Note that is is also possible to set the range manually,
     101<a href="#manualzoom">see below.</a>
    100102<P>
    101103<a name="AddRegion"></a>
    102 <img SRC="exc3.gif" align=RIGHT alt="EXCLEDT Screen snapshot">
    103104In <B>Add Region mode</B>, the mouse is used to map out a region which that
    104105will be excluded from the refinement. When this button is selected, the
    105106mouse cursor changes to an arrow. After the left mouse is pressed once,
    106 a yellow background is shown for the excluded region and when the left mouse
     107a yellow background is shown for the excluded region, as is seen below.
     108When the left mouse
    107109button is pressed a second time, the region is selected.
    108110If the right mouse button is pressed instead, it resets the region selection.
     111<br clear=all>
     112<img SRC="exc3.gif" alt="EXCLEDT Screen snapshot">
    109113<br clear=all>
    110114<img SRC="exc3a.gif" align=RIGHT alt="EXCLEDT Screen snapshot">
     
    123127<a href="#prompt">Options/Prompt on add/del</a>.)<br clear=all>
    124128<P>
     129<br clear=all>
     130<H3>Keypad Shortcuts</H3>
     131<a name="manualzoom"></a>
     132<img SRC="mzoom.gif" align=RIGHT alt="EXCLEDT manual zoom">
     133<IMG SRC="new.gif" HEIGHT=13 WIDTH=36 alt="New!">
     134Zoom settings can also be entered manually by pressing the "Z" key. This
     135opens a dialog, as is shown to the right, where the x- or y-axis range
     136can be specified. Any value that is not specified is set to the maximum
     137or minimum for the entire dataset. It is possible to zoom further in using
     138the mouse, but to zoom out beyond the manual zoom limits, the "reset" button
     139on the manual zoom menu must be used.
     140<P>
     141<IMG SRC="new.gif" HEIGHT=13 WIDTH=36 alt="New!">
     142If more than one histogram is available to plot, it is possible to cycle
     143between the histograms by pressing the "n" or "N" (for next) key.
     144<P>
     145<br clear=all>
     146<P>
     147<H3>Excluded Region/Simulation Range Buttons</H3>
    125148<img SRC="exc4.gif" BORDER=3 align=right alt="EXCLEDT excluded regions snapshot">
    126 <H3>Excluded Region Buttons</H3>
    127149At the bottom of the window is a set of buttons with the minimum and maximum
    128150limit on the data as well as a button for every excluded region. Pressing
    129151a button causes a window to be opened to edit that region by manually entering
    130152values.
    131 <P>
    132 <br clear=all>
     153<P>where the data range can be set
     154<br clear=all>
     155<img SRC="exc4a.gif" BORDER=3 align=right alt="EXCLEDT excluded regions snapshot">
     156In the case where a dummy histogram will be edited, the information presented
     157in this box is formatted slightly differently (as shown to the right).
     158Pressing the set button creates a dialog box where the data range can be set,
     159see <a href="#editdummy">Editing Dummy Range</a>.
     160
     161<br clear=all>
     162<P>
    133163<img SRC="exc5.gif" align=right alt="EXCLEDT informational message">
    134 If the upper data limit is raised (or d-min ls lowered) this message is
     164If the upper data limit is raised (or d-min is lowered) this message is
    135165displayed. The reason is that EXCLEDT cannot display data above the
    136166upper data limit until the changed limit has been processed in POWPREF.
     
    147177that to the right is shown. Unless there is some specific reason
    148178(I do not know of one) it is probably best to accept this suggestion.
     179<br clear=all>
     180<P>
     181<a name="editdummy"></a>
     182<H3>Editing Dummy Range</H3>
     183<img SRC="exc8.gif" align=right alt="EXCLEDT informational message">
     184When the data range is edited, a box such as the one to the right will appear
     185to set the data limits and step size. Note that these values are always
     186displayed in the native units for the histogram (degrees, microseconds or Kev)
     187regardless of the setting for the x-axis units, since the step size is constant
     188in these native units. The data range is also shown in d-space and Q.
     189<P>
     190Note that it is not possible to edit the data range for
     191histograms with varying steps. At this time, this only affects
     192dummy TOF histograms simulated with logarithmic steps. The range can be
     193changed in the EXPEDT program.
    149194<br clear=all>
    150195<P>
     
    208253<DD>For UNIX this allows the file to be sent directly to a printer
    209254or can be saved in a file. For Windows, a file must be written.
    210 <DT>Set screen font
    211 <DD>This option is used to control the font used for menus, graphics and
    212 other aspects of windows.
    213 <DT>Save options
    214 <DD>Causes many of the options set in this menu to be saved in the <TT>.gsas_config</TT> file.
    215255</DL></DL>
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