Changeset 610


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Dec 4, 2009 5:09:03 PM (11 years ago)
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toby
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# on 2002/07/18 19:59:42, toby did:
clean spelling
change DISAGL flag to Y/N

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    9393supplied as input to GSAS. A few examples of information that
    9494should likely be included in a CIF, but are not defined within GSAS are:
    95 the data measurement temperature, sample prepartion conditions,
     95the data measurement temperature, sample preparation conditions,
    9696publication information, and so on.
    97 If the CIF will be used as supplimentary material, to accompany a
     97If the CIF will be used as supplementary material, to accompany a
    9898publication, this sort of documentary information certainly should be
    9999supplied, so that the CIF has value for archival and database purposes.
     
    217217provided that a special CIF flag for each distance/angle
    218218(_geom_bond_publ_flag and _geom_angle_publ_flag) indicates that these values
    219 should be published. The digit in the first column of the
     219should be published. The character in the first column of the
    220220<I>expnam</I>.DISAGL indicates the value for this flag, when the
    221 distances/angles are tabulated in the CIF. If this digit is 0 (zero), the
    222 distance/angle is flagged as "do not publish". A value from 1 to 9 indicates
     221distances/angles are tabulated in the CIF. If this character is anything
     222other than "Y" or "y", the
     223distance/angle is flagged as "do not publish". A value of "Y" or "y"
     224indicates
    223225this flag should be set to "publish." At present, the only way to change this
    224226flag is manually, with a text editing program, such as wordpad or emacs.
     
    226228<a href="#cifselect">CIFSelect</A>, is planned for this chore.
    227229<P>
    228 When DISAGL is first run, this flag digit is set to 0 (do not publish)
     230When DISAGL is first run, this flag character is set to N (do not publish)
    229231for all distances and angles. However, if any of these flags are changed in
    230232the .DISAGL file, these flag settings will be retained if DISAGL is rerun.
     
    364366
    365367</BLOCKQUOTE>
    366 <H3>Acknowledgements</H3>
    367 <BLOCKQUOTE>
    368 Richard L. Harlow first got me interested in the problem of a
     368<H3>Acknowledgments</H3>
     369<BLOCKQUOTE>
     370The GSAS2CIF program was written by Brian H. Toby, Robert B. Von Dreele and
     371Allen C. Larson.
     372<P>Richard L. Harlow first got me interested in the problem of a
    369373universal file format for powder diffraction data, leading eventually to
    370374my involvement with CIF and then this programming
     
    428432</BLOCKQUOTE>
    429433CIF also allows multiple values to be associated with a CIF data item.
    430 This is done by preceeding the data name with the keyword loop_. If
     434This is done by preceding the data name with the keyword loop_. If
    431435two or more data names follow the loop_ keyword, a table can be
    432436constructed, as is shown in the following examples.
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