# Changeset 1352

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May 15, 2014 3:55:03 PM (8 years ago)
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fix word's dog droppings

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• ## trunk/help/ParametricFitting.htm

 r1351 the fit parameters from the fit and their estimated uncertainty (s.u.) can be computed by defining one or more Òpseudo-variablesÓ (Pseudo Vars) defining one or more "pseudo-variables" (Pseudo Vars) Note that the covariance matrix from the fit is used to provide appropriate treatment the correlation in parameters with respect to uncertainty In this window, type a Python expression, Òb/cÓ, this window, type a Python expression, "b/c", but note that the variables c and b here are arbitrary labels. After

Press the ÒsÓ key inside the plot to select the "s" key inside the plot to select Temperature as the x-axis.

minor-latin'>2.    Click the menu button to select a dependent variable for ÒyÓ. From the phase list, the menu button to select a dependent variable for "y". From the phase list, select the unit cell volume for the CuCr2O4 phase, click on 3.     Now we enter the equation using Python syntax, which is simply Òm*x + bÓ, note that the the equation using Python syntax, which is simply "m*x + b", note that the use of spaces and the choice of labels is arbitrary. If one were to accidentally leave out the Ò*Ó and typed ÒmxÓ then that would be considered a label, if Òm xÓ were typed, an error message leave out the "*" and typed "mx" then that would be considered a label, if "m x" were typed, an error message would be displayed.

for temperatures less than t0 and a critical phenomenon formulism [(t-t0)-a] for temperatures above t0. To do this we use the Python syntax Òx1 if testexp else x2Ó style='font-family:Courier'>t0. To do this we use the Python syntax "x1 if testexp else x2" which is x1 where the test expression (testexp here) is
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