Good point. Right now the only way to get results from a sequential fit is by 
writing the table generated when you look at that tree entry as a spreadsheet 
file. It is not clear to me why one would want to create a series of Fourier 
maps, so that is probably best done by only fitting one histogram at a time, 
but one of us will have to look into how to generate CIFs (and other exports) 
from the entire sequence of fits.


On Aug 30, 2015, at 11:04 PM, AUCKETT, Josie 
<<>> wrote:

Hi ,

I’m new to GSAS-II and still finding my way around the program. I’ve been 
trying to figure out how to do certain things and would just like to know 
whether some of the functions I’m hunting for actually exist in the program or 

I successfully completed a sequential refinement of one structure against 20 
NPD patterns, more or less as described in the online tutorial. Now I find that 
when I export a CIF file or create a Fourier map, both are generated according 
to the last refinement in the sequence. Can they also be generated for the 
other 19 refinements – individually and/or as a batch? And if so, how?

Thanks in advance.

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