Changeset 3265


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Feb 6, 2018 5:28:42 PM (4 years ago)
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toby
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fix multiple typos reported by user

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    32263226The leftmost entries in the GSAS-II menu provide access to many
    32273227features of GSAS-II. Other menu items will change depending on what
    3228 type of entry is selected in the data tree. The menu commands that are
    3229 always
     3228type of entry is selected in the data tree. The menu commands that
     3229do not change and are described below in the
    32303230<A href="#main_menu">main menu commands</a> section.</p>
    3231 . Depending on They do not change and are described below as the
    32323231
    32333232<hr size=2 width="100%" align=center>
     
    32633262
    32643263<p class=MsoNormal style='margin-left:.5in'><span><span
    3265 style='mso-fareast-font-family:"Times New Roman"'>The first nine icons
    3266 are named: <b
     3264style='mso-fareast-font-family:"Times New Roman"'>The first nine or ten
     3265icons have the following functions: <b
    32673266style='mso-bidi-font-weight:normal'>Home</b>, <b style='mso-bidi-font-weight:
    32683267normal'>Back</b>, <b style='mso-bidi-font-weight:normal'>Forward</b>, <b
    32693268style='mso-bidi-font-weight:normal'>Pan</b>, <b style='mso-bidi-font-weight:
    3270 normal'>Zoom</b>, <b style='mso-bidi-font-weight:normal'>Save</b>, <B>Key Press</B> and <b
    3271 style='mso-bidi-font-weight:normal'>Help</b>, respectively. The
    3272 remainder move or rescale the plot. <span
     3269normal'>Zoom</b>,
     3270<B>Resize plot</B>,
     3271<b style='mso-bidi-font-weight:normal'>Save</b>, <B>Key Press</B> and <b
     3272style='mso-bidi-font-weight:normal'>Help</b>, respectively and are
     3273described below. The
     3274remainder (yellow arrows) move or rescale the plot. Note that
     3275<B>Resize plot</B> is removed from the toolbar where matplotlib
     3276allows this and should not be used.
     3277<span
    32733278class=MsoHyperlink><span style='color:windowtext;text-decoration:none;
    32743279text-underline:none'><o:p></o:p></span></span></span></span></p>
     
    33343339      yet been saved, you will be prompted for a new name in a file
    33353340      dialog (you may optionally change the directory in that
    3336       dialog). If the file exists, you will be asked if it OK to
     3341      dialog). If the file exists, you will be asked if it is OK to
    33373342      overwrite it. Once a file name has been used to read or save a
    33383343      project, the name is shown
     
    33423347      specified project file. You will be prompted for a new name in a file
    33433348      dialog (you may optionally change the directory in that
    3344       dialog). If the file exists, you will be asked if it OK to
     3349      dialog). If the file exists, you will be asked if it is OK to
    33453350      overwrite it.
    33463351    <DT><b>New Project</b>
     
    33853390      space group names must have spaces between the axial fields
    33863391      (e.g. use ‘P n a 21’ not ‘Pna21’).
    3387     <DT><b>Delete data</b>
     3392    <DT><b>Delete phase</b>
    33883393    <DD>This will remove a phase from the data tree. A dialog box will
    33893394      present the list of phases; pick one (or more) to delete.
    3390     <DT><b>Rename data</b>
     3395    <DT><b>Rename tree item</b>
    33913396    <DD>Rename a histogram entry. This should only be done before the
    33923397      histogram is used in any phases: e.g. only rename data
    33933398      immediately after reading.
    3394     <DT><b>Delete data</b>
     3399    <DT><b>Delete tree item</b>
    33953400    <DD>This will remove an item from the data tree. A dialog box with
    3396       a list of choices for histograms is presented. Do not remove
    3397       histograms that are used in phases.
     3401      a list of choices for histograms is presented. Be sure to remove
     3402      a histograms from all phases before deleting it from the tree.
     3403    <DT><b>Expand tree item</b>
     3404    <DD>This will show child entries for specified type of items
     3405  (Images, Powder patterns, etc.)</DD>
     3406    <DT><b>Move tree item</b>
     3407    <DD>Move classes of Tree items around in the tree. Individual
     3408  top-level tree items can be moved using the left mouse button.
     3409    </DD>
     3410
    33983411  </DL>
    33993412
     
    34183431  not a refinable parameter, but the shift in the value is. Position
    34193432  names are, e.g. ‘0::Ax:0’ for the x-position of the 0th atom in
    3420   the 0th phase while shift names have a ‘d’ in then,
     3433  the 0th phase while shift names have a ‘d’ in them,
    34213434  e.g. ‘0::dAx:0’. Press the window exit button to exit this dialog box.
    34223435    <DT><b>Refine</b>
     
    35033516  extension) or a new GSAS-II .instparm file.
    35043517      <P>Note that it is possible to apply corrections to the 2-theta,
    3505   intensity or weight values by creating a adding Python command(s) to
     3518  intensity or weight values by adding a Python command(s) to
    35063519  the instrument (.instprm) parameter with a variable named
    35073520  CorrectionCode. See the <tt>CorrectionCode.instprm.sample</tt> file
     
    35753588  <LI>Menu <B>Export</B>
    35763589  <P>GSAS-II uses separate routines to write out files with
    3577   information information inside GSAS-II. These routines can be
     3590  information inside GSAS-II. These routines can be
    35783591  created and customized easily. See the GSAS-II Export Modules
    35793592  section of the <a href=#Programmers><strong>Programmers
     
    40974110
    40984111<h4 style='margin-left:0.25in'><a name="Sequential"></a><u><span style='mso-fareast-font-family:
    4099 "Times New Roman"'>Sequential</span></u><span style='mso-fareast-font-family:
    4100 "Times New Roman"'> refinement results<o:p></o:p></span></h4>
    4101 
    4102 <p class=MsoNormal style='margin-left:.5in'>In this window is tabulated the
    4103 results of your sequential refinement. The columns are the parameter names; the
     4112"Times New Roman"'>Sequential refinement results</span></u></h4>
     4113
     4114<p class=MsoNormal style='margin-left:.5in'>This tree entry is
     4115available after a sequential refinement has been run. (See the <a
     4116href="#Controls">Controls tree item</a> to set the histograms to be
     4117used in a sequential refinement and use the Calculate/Sequential
     4118refine menu command to run the refinement.)
     4119When this is selected, the window tabulates the
     4120sequential refinement results. The columns are the parameter names; the
    41044121naming convention is ‘p:h:name:n’ where ‘p’ is the phase number,’ h’ is the
    41054122histogram number, ‘name’ is the parameter name, and ‘n’ (if needed) is the item
     
    42314248powder patterns taken at different wavelengths/types on the same x-axis scale.
    42324249
    4233 <DT><B>    t: toggle Q plot</b><dd>changes the x-axis from 2Theta to d-space.
     4250<DT><B>    t: toggle D-space plot</b><dd>changes the x-axis from 2Theta to d-space.
    42344251    This will put multiple
    42354252powder patterns taken at different wavelengths/types on the same
     
    42594276<DT><B>l: offset left</b><dd>
    42604277    for a waterfall plot of multiple powder profiles, increase the
    4261 offset to the left.
     4278  offset so that later plots are shifted more to the left relative to
     4279    previous plots.
    42624280
    42634281<DT><B>r: offset right</b><dd>
    42644282    for a waterfall plot of multiple powder profiles, increase the
    4265 offset to the left.
     4283offset to the right (or decrease the left offset.)
    42664284
    42674285<DT><B>    d: offset down</b><dd>for a waterfall plot of multiple
     
    48944912
    48954913      <DT>Peak copy</DT>
    4896       <DD>Copy the currebt set of peaks to other histogram(s)
     4914      <DD>Copy the current set of peaks to other histogram(s)
    48974915        </DD>
    48984916
     
    54045422<a href="#PDF_G_R">G(R) functions</a> to be plotted, as described
    54055423separately, below.
    5406 below.
     5424
    54075425</P>
    54085426
     
    54405458<DT><B>l: offset left</b><dd>
    54415459    for a waterfall plot of multiple powder profiles, increase the
    5442 offset to the left.
     5460  offset so that later plots are shifted more to the left relative to
     5461    previous plots.
    54435462
    54445463<DT><B>r: offset right</b><dd>
    54455464    for a waterfall plot of multiple powder profiles, increase the
    5446 offset to the left.
     5465offset to the right (or decrease the left offset.)
    54475466
    54485467<DT><B>    d: offset down</b><dd>for a waterfall plot of multiple
     
    55325551  location and thickness of the ring are specified in degrees
    55335552  2-theta.
    5534 <LI style='margin-left:.5in'>Arc masks: occludes a section of a Bragg
     5553<LI style='margin-left:.5in'>Arc masks: occlude a section of a Bragg
    55355554  reflection, similar to a ring mask, except that in addition to the
    55365555  location and thickness of the ring, the mask has a starting and ending
    55375556  azimuthal angle.
    5538 <LI style='margin-left:.5in'>Polygon masks: occludes an arbitary
     5557<LI style='margin-left:.5in'>Polygon masks: occlude an arbitary
    55395558  region created by line segments joining a series of points
    55405559  specified in image coordinates (mm). Pixels inside the polygon mask are not
     
    55815600   masks. Press the 's' key again or <a href="#Mac_rightclick">right-click*</a>
    55825601   to stop adding spot masks.
    5583 <LI style='margin-left:.2in'>Move the mouse to the position for a
     5602<LI style='margin-left:.2in'>Alternately, move the mouse to the position for a
    55845603   new spot mask and press the 't' key. (Note that
    55855604   this can be used while the plot is in Zoom or Pan mode.)
     
    62416260  are defined, one for along the axis and one for in the perpendicular
    62426261  plane; with ellipsoidal, six terms are used to define a broadening
    6243   tensor that mak have arbitrary orientation -- this model may require
     6262  tensor that has arbitrary orientation -- this model may require
    62446263  constraints and is seldomly needed.
    62456264  Note that size broadening is usually Lorentzian, which corresponds to
     
    64346453style='mso-bidi-font-weight:normal'>Shift</b> &amp; <b style='mso-bidi-font-weight:
    64356454normal'>Ctrl</b> allow selection of multiple cells but no use is made of them).
    6436 An individual data item can be cup/pasted anywhere including from/to another
     6455An individual data item can be cut/pasted anywhere including from/to another
    64376456document. Bad entries are rejected. If any entry is changed, press <b
    64386457style='mso-bidi-font-weight:normal'>Enter</b> key or select another atom entry
     
    70827101
    70837102GSAS-II can be run on Windows, Linux and Macintosh/OS X computers, but
    7084 due to the different nature of the Mac, the program behaves slightly
    7085 differently. On Windows and Linux, there are two menu bars: (A) found
    7086 at the top of the GSAS-II data tree and (B) on GSAS-II data editing
    7087 window. The latter changes, based on which data item is selected in
    7088 the data tree. On the Mac, these menus are combined located on the
     7103the GUI follows the native style of Mac OS X.
     7104On Windows and some versions of Linux, the menu bars appears on top of
     7105the main window.
     7106On the Mac, the menu appears at the
    70897107location that has been configured for menus (usually at the top of the
    7090 screen). The main manu and the data editing menu (if present) are
    7091 separated by a vertical bar.
    7092 <P>
    7093 GSAS-II uses both the left and right buttons on a two-button mouse. If
    7094 a mac has a two or three-button mouse attached, these mouse buttons will be
    7095 used on the other platforms. If using a Mac touchpad or single-button
    7096 mouse, the control-key should be held down to simulate use of the
    7097 right mouse button. The left button click is generated otherwise. 
     7108screen).
     7109GSAS-II defines actions for both the left and right buttons on a two-button mouse,
     7110If a two or three-button mouse is used with a Mac, these mouse buttons
     7111will work as intended. If using
     7112a Mac touchpad or single-button
     7113mouse, clicking the touchpad or mouse button will generate a "left
     7114button" click. Hold down the control-key to generate a "right button" click.
    70987115
    70997116<h3><a name="Preferences"><strong>Configuration Variables</strong></a><strong>:<o:p></o:p></strong></h3>
     
    71037120be changed via variables that can be set and saved. These are
    71047121controlled in the File/Preferences menu item (on Mac the Preferences
    7105 menu is found in the usual place, in the main application menu). These
     7122menu is found in the usual place on Macs, in the main application menu). These
    71067123settings are optionally saved from for subsequent runs in a file named
    71077124<tt>config.py</tt>. More information about this can be found in the
     
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